Sunny jazz standard is one of the most famous jazz songs of all time. In this jazz fusion lesson I will show you some licks in the style of Greg Howe/Brett Garsed that you can use in every 2-5 progression and ideas that you can play over minor, major and altered dominant chords.
"I'll See You in My Dreams" is a famous song written by Isham Jones, lyrics by Gus Kahn, published in 1924. The song was also recorded by Django Reinhardt and the Quintet of the Hot Club of France, so this is Django's version of this beautiful tune followed by one progression of my solo.
"Billie's Bounce" (also known as "Bill's Bounce") is a jazz composition written by Charlie Parker in 1945 in the form of a 12 bar jazz/blues in F. My “Billie’s Bounce” lesson is actually two lessons in one: the accompaniment and soloing. You will learn how to play walking bass with chords and how to solo over 12 bar jazz/blues p...
In this gypsy jazz lesson we will learn "Sweet Georgia Brown" - a must know gypsy jazz and jazz standard. You will learn how to play the main theme with variations and 2 progressions of an improvisation with many useful licks.
In my this gypsy jazz lesson you will learn how to improvise over the changes and learn the main theme note by note as well as the improvisation. It is full of useful licks that you can use in your jazz vocabulary.
Django's Tiger is a gypsy jazz standards written by the great Django Reinhardt. The original recording features Stephane Grappelli on violin. In my gypsy jazz lesson you will learn how to improvise over the changes and learn the main theme note by note as well as the improvisation.
This lessons shows you how to make your solos more interesting by using chromatic notes and sidestepping in order to create tension and release. Players using these concepts include Greg Howe and Guthrie Govan.
Minor Blues or "Blues En Mineur" is a composition by Django Reinhardt recorded in 1935. Django had recorded it several times,
but this time we are going to focus on his legendary solo over this minor blues progression followed by 2 progressions of my own composed
improvisation in the gypsy jazz style.