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  Blues on Makin Whoopee

I'm learning 'Makin Whoopee' , great tune. In particular i adore Ray Charles' version with that 3 minute intro. Very bluesy. I now now the tune, i'm famili...

03/23/2011, by 0 replies
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09/26/2010, by 0 replies
  Message number: 47723

[sf]Thank you...

08/12/2010, by 0 replies
  Right Hand

I have mastered the bass line chord changes but am struggling with fitting a right hand part to it. I really like the midi examples, is there anywhere on t...

08/04/2010, by 0 replies
  Message number: 47467

Yes, you're supposed to fill in the blanks on your own. The best way to get a transcription is to do it yourself. That said, these are MIDI files so you...

06/14/2010, by 0 replies
  The transcription of the examples

Why did you not provide the transcription of the examples in Advanced Blues ? As a student, what am I supposed to do after I have learnt and understood ...

04/03/2010, by 0 replies
  Message number: 44533

Basically you can use the F blues scale over all of the chords in an F blues progression, regardless of the harmony. The reason for this is that the under...

06/03/2009, by 0 replies
  Message number: 44504

One way to start is to use the F blues scale (F Ab Bb B C Eb F) for all chords. While an F7 is the dominant of Bb in traditional theory, it does n...

05/29/2009, by 0 replies
  Which chords

The problem i'm finding with this is that i can play the chords and move around fine. My issue is, what scales do you play over the chords? Let's take '...

05/29/2009, by 0 replies
  Message number: 43144

awesome tutorial...

11/25/2008, by 0 replies
  nice work

thanks for spelling that out...

03/25/2008, by 0 replies
  any song Advanced Blues

plese tell me about Advanced Blues song...

08/01/2007, by 0 replies
  Learn this

This is serious...

05/29/2007, by 0 replies
  Begining

Thanks Scott for this information, I have such a heavy schueal, I take vocal lessons three times a week cannot afford piano also this is my blessing. Serio...

02/18/2007, by 0 replies
  Message number: 32511

nice...

01/18/2007, by 0 replies
  Message number: 32290

Yes, the blues scale on the relative minor.

01/11/2007, by 0 replies
  Message number: 31690

Or the blues scale on the relative minor, right?...

12/13/2006, by 0 replies
  Message number: 31684

The posting may be old but, joriskattemolle said "I dont know which scale I could use during a blues. Just the blues scale of the root note doesn't so...

12/13/2006, by 0 replies
  Message number: 28726

A cadence is typically a V-I resolution, although a plagal cadence is a IV-I change. There are other cadences as well but those are the two basic ones.

07/13/2006, by 0 replies
  Message number: 28629

pls what are cadence?...

07/07/2006, by 0 replies
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