I used to be semi-decent at theory years ago, was away from it for a few years, now I'm trying to get my mind back into it. I was looking at this progression: Am7 -/Gm7 C7/Fmaj7/Bm7 E7/ Am7 -/Gm7 C7/Fmaj7/Bm7 E7/ Am7 -/Gm7 C7/Fmaj7/Bb7 -/ Bm7b5 -/E7#9 -/Am7 -/E7#9// After being inspired by this Greg Howe video: http://www.youtube.com:80/watch?v=edVbz_uXJd0 If I'm reading this right, Fmaj7 would be the "I", C7 the "V7", Am7 the "iii" and Gm7 the "ii". But the Bm7 to E7, I'm not sure where that fits in. Seems like the ii-v of A. Same with the turn-around. If I play over it, I think A minor works for a chunk of it, and C major in a spot, but I don't like F major very much over it. Of course I could just be playing lousyhttp://www.thegearpage.net/board/images/smilies/thwap.gif So can anyone shred some light on how to approach this with the changes and all? Thanks!