When The Lights Are Low - Jazz Take/Jam/Backing Track :)

Tomo

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I love your jazz vibe man!

It's really tough to roll those triplet feel.

If you turn your amp louder and if you pick a bit
softer, you don't squish the notes.... but it's
all up to everyone's taste. I do mix everything
anyway.

I like #9 b9 Rt b7 to M3 on I.

Great job!


Tomo
 

WWFII

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Originally posted by Tomo
I love your jazz vibe man!

I like #9 b9 Rt b7 to M3 on I.

Great job!


Tomo
I wish I knew what all that actually mean't, but I loved the tune, too! :D
 

scottl

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Great playing Anton! I was impressed with how well you made the changes in a genuine jazzy way. I'll see if I can get to this backing but things are so busy around here. Maybe I'll just take a chorus or two as I don't know the tune (believe it or not!) Great piano work too!

Scott
 

Red Ant

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Originally posted by scottl
Great playing Anton! I was impressed with how well you made the changes in a genuine jazzy way. I'll see if I can get to this backing but things are so busy around here. Maybe I'll just take a chorus or two as I don't know the tune (believe it or not!) Great piano work too!

Scott
Thanx bro! As for knowing the tune - there isnt much to know. AABA where A is Fmaj and B is Bbmaj. :)
 

fatback

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That is also my favorite Miles tune/solo. It's hard not to smile listening to it.

Great job!
 

Jim Soloway

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The hardest part of playing jazz is simply making it swing and you do that reallty nicely on both instruments (I asusme you're playing keys as well, yes?). I was especially pleased with the way you launched from the head into the solo. Nicely done.
 




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