sorry if it's been asked before, but I searched and foud nothing. So I decided to learn jazz. Googling some books, always got this book as a reference. Found a "not so legal" version, and looked at it. Seens really nice! Lots of examples, and nothing extra hard for me theory wise. So, my plan is to buy the real book (I prefer the printed versions, and the scanned version sucks - by the way, it's a expensive book) and study EVERYTHING from that. Play each and every example, and so on. It is a good way to at least start at jazz, or someone can recomend a better book? With the Levine's one, I believe it's just a matter of buying the book and playing it for years and years. In the same time, I would just mess with some standards from a Real Book. thanks in advance!