Memories of tomorrow

Discussion in 'Tab, Tips, Theory and Technique' started by klasaine, Oct 7, 2013.

  1. klasaine

    klasaine Poster Extraordinaire

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    I remember you guys that took that Berklee/Gary Burton on-line improv class worked on Keith Jarrett's 'Memories of Tomorrow'. That along with the recent Ted Greene thread got me wanting to do that tune solo.



    *Also, have any of you seen this ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fB5YXgNX-w
    Keith Jarrett's "art of improvisation". It's not so much about what notes to play but about a guy who's devoted his life to the endeavor.
     
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  2. hymiepab

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    Nice chord work!
    I was challenged by that tune in Gary's MOOC.....still am!
     
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    boneyguy Doctor of Teleocity

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    Very beautiful Ken. I really enjoyed that.
     
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    What a beautiful thing. Particularly in context with the "Ted" stuff thats going on.
     
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  6. klasaine

    klasaine Poster Extraordinaire

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    Thanks gents!

    *Cool Hargrove vid snippet Brew. I may be missing the significance in relation to my tune but I like Roy Hargrove.
     
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    very badass ken, I should go take a look at that song again
     
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    sorry ken the roy snip was more to back what keith jarrett had said in the "art of improv. " vid
    they both have perfect pitch went to berklee are masters of their field ...

    shame that a talent and teacher like ted greene died at 58 from heart failure (jarrett suffers from chronic fatigue syndrome) most musicians are truely dedicated and some overlook their health

    excellent solo lovely velvet smooth tone
     
  9. Leon Grizzard

    Leon Grizzard Friend of Leo's

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    Just lovely. I've been out of town with limited or no internet; been wanting to hear this since you posted it.
     
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    Really pretty.
     
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