Feeling jazzy?

Discussion in 'Jazz, Acoustic, Classical & Fingerstyle' started by MeriTone Music, May 29, 2014.

  1. MeriTone Music

    MeriTone Music SS.org Regular

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    vansinn SS.org Regular

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    Nice going :agreed:
     
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    I must say that the first time I read this post I was quite intrigued... and confused.

    The idea of "free jazz" play-alongs just makes me laugh :lol:
     
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    Haha I'm 99% sure he means "for no cost". That would be funny though..."II-V-I Free-Jazz track"
     
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    celticelk Enflamed with prayer

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    Kenny Werner did one for Aebersold. The idea was that you put it on and play whatever you want with it. :hbang:
     
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    true that - if anyone was gonna attempt the impossible I guess Aebersold was the man !!
     
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    hahaaa yes, put on a 2-5-1 track and don't follow the harmony... voila, free jazz!
     
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    :agreed: - a near impossible concept that!!
     

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