'nother take on Bluesette

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  1. azgolfer

    azgolfer Member

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    You've got a nice, light Jim Hall kind of touch going on there.....nice!
     
  3. Jim Soloway

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    Very nice indeed. It's a song that should always float lightly above the groove and you've done that very well.
     
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    A very pleasant and relaxing listen, thanks for posting.
     
  5. azgolfer

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    Thanks for the feedback. Funny, a week ago I was struggling to improvise over this. Then I decided to take it a section at a time. If I didn't have any ideas over a section, I looped it until something came to me. Sometimes I would slow it down as well. If that didn't work I'd try to compose something based on chromatics, arpeggios, etc. or I would use a lick. Also I realized that sometimes the best thing to play is nothing !
     
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    nice phrazez-specially 2nd time 'round-good time too!
     
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    Excellent Fred! Sorry to be late listening......
     

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