I'm just wondering how many here have worked with Barry Harris' concepts? I'm taking a free 6 week course with the heads off the Barry Harris Institute and it's eye opening. Looking for thoughts from everyone. Thanks.
I have listened to and tried many of his concepts on piano I think it is very good and logical Hard for me to grasp and develop "automatic recall" On scales I like what he does, going up one scale then down to the third of the next connecting scale, if I remember right, saxophonists and horn players I remember him drilling them on that If you can understand and implement I think it is high-level greatness
In today's new video, @Coach Marc-Andre Seguin shows three licks that you can play over the changes on a II-V-I progression. Learn how to incorporate these licks into your own improvisations as versatile frameworks. Watch here:
Haven't seen much singing posts, but this time i share this song that is constantly in my set. The backing track its based and in the tonality of the original version by Celso Piña, kind of a bolero, with the intro melody, originally played by a trombone, and some guitar ideas taken from another version by Enrique Bunbury. It's a beautiful lyric with a even more beautiful harmony and i enjoy a lot playing it. Tell me what you think!... not about the bad singing, that i already know XD If somebody wants it, i can share the backing track recorded myself, playing all the instruments besides the percussion loop which is extracted from the Beat Buddy's library.
I've been trying to bump up the tempo a bit on these tunes. Here is some comping and off the cuff improv of Charlie Parker's tune. My previous phone went AWOL on a mountain bike ride. Here I'm testing out my new phone plugged into my audio interface. There seems to be a bit of lag, but the sound doesn't seem too bad. https://youtu.be/tLJQ5NooTu8?si=EpFcYdXf2ykGF9Sz
Hey guys -- the Quickstart lessons are *live* on Skool here: https://www.skool.com/jazz-guitar-fellowship/classroom/dd957b5c?md=b5f3aa12518c481398acae1030d7c1be Please watch the trainings, take notes, and get ready to have amazing results in your playing! Once your done, please leave a comment below to consider this "Action as Complete" 🎸