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8 thoughts on “ Riffs Blues - Various - Classic Capitol Jazz Sessions

  1. May 23,  · Classic Capitol Jazz Sessions, Benny Carter, Cootie Williams, Bobby Hackett, Eddie Miller, Cutty Cutshall and Peanuts Hucko. Previously unissued tracks by arranger Deane Kincaide's band featuring Yank Lawson, and Many Many More - Classic Capitol Jazz Sessions (#) - 5/5(3).
  2. Jun 05,  · Listen to Classic Capitol Jazz Sessionsby Various Artists on Slacker Radio, where you can also create personalized internet radio stations based on your favorite albums, artists and chartgenie.netinfoed on: June 05,
  3. Mar 15,  · Blues, Jazz & Rock Riffs for Keyboards [William T. Eveleth] on chartgenie.netinfo *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. (Instructional). This book presents a practical approach to improvising through a system of patterns in a traditional blues style. Because so much of today's popular music has its roots in blues/5(4).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Classic Capitol Jazz Sessions - Various Artists on AllMusic - - Even for the Mosaic label, this limited-edition 9/
  5. A s guitarists we love to solo over the blues, it’s exciting, creative, and there’s something about digging into a blues solo that just feels right. But, the reality is that we spend most of our time playing rhythm guitar when jamming with fellow blues musicians. Because of this, you need to make sure you’re prepared with enough riffs and chords to be creative and interactive with your.
  6. Hoochie Coochie Man, written by Willie Dixon, recorded by Muddy Waters, Born Under A Bad Sign, written by Booker T Jones & William Bell, recorded by Albert King, Five Classic Blues Guitar Riffs, Transcribed by Pete Farrugia BA (Hons), DipLCM, DipMus.
  7. Now let’s take our study of the blues scale further and use the notes of the minor blues scale, the major blues scale and the extended blues scale to create different types of blues licks of riffs. We’re going to start of with simple single-note lick ideas, and then we will introduce other intervals into the licks like minor and major thirds.
  8. Sep 11,  · Licks  are short musical phrases used in jazz, blues and rock improvising. Some players have a memorised  collection  or repertoire of favourite licks that they will throw into a solo every now and then.   Riffs, on the other hand, are usually licks or phrases that are repeated as part of a tune or improvised backings.

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