Jazz Blues Substitution Techniques

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    something told me this would go over like a lead balloon here and it did...like my pappy use to say "cheer up son things could get worse"...and they did!
     
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    Good stuff. It fits in nicely with stuff I am working on. Thanks for posting.
     
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    Yes, very good. Thanks for posting.
     
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    I know a lot of players coming up could greatly benefit from movements they just haven't come across. Vignola is a really great teacher, most of the rest you need to be at least intermediate...
     
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    Take Tony Rice's Port Tobacco tune, it's said to be a contra-fact of the well known jazz standard "There Will Never Be Another You," albeit, in the key of A minor/major7th

    For anyone heading in this direction this a a great starting point and will give you such a great feeling of melodic melancholy to work on this...



    and here Chris does an oh so nice version...

     
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    You posted something that requires brain activity on Friday day before a super big holiday. Give it time. On my other favorite forum I've gotten used to the fact that nothing I like to post about gets replies on weekends at all, ever.

    This is excellent material, I'll definitely be learning from this guy.
     
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    It seems to be a sampling of various videos loosely of the same bigger topic. There isn't any obvious rhyme or reason for the posting of each video and how they connect. That right there epitomizes learning from youtube. Random, without meaningful connective structure.
     
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