The 2-5-1, possibly the most common harmonic device in all of jazz harmony. I this course we deconstruct and demystify the process of increasing your ability to improvise over it!This content is for members only.
When it comes to playing outside the changes one of my favorite guys is Steve Grossman. A legend in his own right with an incredibly unique sound and approach to music, I’ve been transcribing him for years. This cut is from the Some Shapes to Come album, and features Gene Perla on Bass, Don Alias on drums, and Jan Hammer on keys.This content is for members only.
To me Michael Brecker was one of the true masters of phrasing and time. In this lesson I take a look at a specific phrase from Mike’s solo on “Bye George” from the album “Two Blocks from the Edge”, and work on ways of taking a single phrase out of a transcription and working it into your playing.This content is for members only.
Have you ever wondered how great musicians get their phrasing together? In this lesson I break down a phrase from Mike Stern and point out some things that were real turning points for me in my vocabulary building and my phrasing.This content is for members only.
I think we could probably all use some more Miles Davis in our lives! and he’s a great person to learn from. I got so much out of the solos I cover in this lesson, and I hope you’ll be able to check out some of this vocabulary and start to integrate it into your own playing.This content is for members only.