Hang out with David Peters of Oak House Recording Studios and me as we break down the behind the scenes recording techniques of my song "This One Hurts" from my spring release, "Looking For The Answers."
For your listening enjoyment - a list of some of the most influential albums by jazz pianists. It’s by no means a definitive list, and they are in no particular order, but I love them and I hope you do too!
I always jot down this little guide when I teach someone a jazz piano lesson. I tell them to keep it within an arms reach of the piano at all times, because I know how often they will need to reference it. It will tell you which notes are cool to play over which chords, as well as all the ways to notate all of the chords.
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I sat down to practice this, thinking that I probably would need 3 or 4 takes, but I'd better record it just in case I get a good one... and it turned out I didn't need any more takes! Harmonizing with myself is something I practice a lot. It works my brain out like crazy, and challenges me in a way nothing else does. My goals in doing this are always changing, but number one is to be true to myself and sing what wants to come out. After that, it's just "will I put the voice on the top or bottom?", "which intervals will I land on?", "which 'voice' should take the lead now?", etc. I hope you have fun watching and listening!
Playing ii V I licks in all keys is one of the best ways I know to improve your soloing skills.There's no better way to get new phrases into your head then by figuring them out in all the keys and drilling them over and over.
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"Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans" is a song written by Eddie DeLange and Louis Alter, which was first heard in the movie New Orleans in 1947, where it was performed by Louis Armstrong and sung by Billie Holiday.
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