Birdland by Weather Report – complete arrangement pdf with parts
“Red House”– This best blues song of all time was performed by Jimi Hendrix. The song was released in 1967 but recorded in 1966. The song is on Jimi’s album “The Jimi Hendrix Experience.” “Red House” is about Jimi’s first love, Betty Jean and the apartment where Jimi first met Keith Richard’s then-girlfriend, Linda.
Jimi Hendrix playing Red House
9 INSTRUMENTAL BLUES you Must Know
Like most popular Clapton blues songs, this is a cover of a classic blues song. Big Bill Broonzy originally penned this tune that showed up on Clapton’s Unplugged album.
Life by the Drop. The last track on The Sky is Crying, it may not be the most popular SRV tune, but the feeling SRV puts forth in that tune is moving to say the least.
And the playing is, as always, incredible. This acoustic tune offers a beginner the chance to learn the standard SRV shuffle rhythm and throws in a few sweet open position blues licks that are very much a staple in Mr. Vaughan’s playing.
Keb’ Mo’ is a contemporary blues artist and in my opinion, one of the best guys out there making new music today. Perpetual Blues Machine, from the 1997 Grammy winning albumJust Like You is a great track to both get you into Keb’ Mo’ and give your fingers a workout.
One of the Three Kings of Blues, Freddie King’s style is one to get to know. This tune jumps!
It’s a whole lotta fun to play and is challenging to learn. The opening licks are examples of perfect phrasing.
I have played this slow blues tune over and over trying to understand the genius at work here. T-Bone’s chord vocabulary is to be admired and it is clearly at work here.
This arrangement is simply brilliant.
Watermelon Man by Herbie Hancock with backing track
Youtubes about JAZZ
– Jazz By Ken Burns – Vol.1 – New Orleans
– Jazz By Ken Burns – Vol. 2 – Louis Armstrong
– The Story of Jazz 1hr 37min with Lloyd Richards
the Beginner’s Guide to Improvisation
Jazz Standards on YouTube
C Jam Blues by Duke Ellington
- Bye Bye Blackbird
- Tenor Madness Play Along
- Rhythm Changes in G Play Along
- Rhythm Changes in D Play Along
- Rhythm Changes in A Play Along
- Rhythm Changes in B Play Along
- Modal – Dolphin Dance by Herbie Hancock
- 3/4 Jazz Tunes
- Great American Songbook
- Jazz Ballads
- Jazz Originals
- Latin Jazz
- Rhythm Changes
- Straight 8ths
- Swing Era & Early Jazz
- Solo Transcriptions
- Play-along Singles (digital downloads)
- Play-along Albums (digital downloads)LJS 27: Jazz Challenge #2 Practice the Blues in all 12 Keys
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POPULAR JAZZ STANDARDS
FUNKY JAZZ STANDARDS for Jazz Combo
My Funny Valentine – Chet Baker, vocal, trumpet
One Note Samba – Calos Jobim
Girl From Ipanema – Carlos Jobim
One O’Clock Jump – Count Basie
the Chicken – Big Band Arrangement