It's time for some feel good requests to celebrate my DANG BIRTHDAY! Thanks for the fun hang, everyone. Stick around till the end to hear a pretty fun "My Favorite Things." If you'd like to contribute to my channel and music-making efforts, please click here: https://paypal.me/aimn
Live performance of the songs of the album. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for sharing and liking. To buy Up Til Now click here.
The crazy, beautiful altered dominant chord where BOTH the natural 5 and the flat 5 exist together in wonderful dissonant harmony will add color and depth to your playing. Explore how and when to use it with me! If you'd like to support my channel, you can donate here: https://paypal.me/aimn
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CD REVIEW: Most young jazz artists would find it difficult to create a unique sound while simultaneously paying due homage to the greats. Aimee Nolte deftly pulls off such a balancing act, presenting jazz stylings that craftily capture the epic sound of America's jazz legends without smacking of mimicry.
Figure out he chords to Eliane Elias' version of Estate with us! Turns out her version actually modulates down a perfect fourth at the B section but...it was still fun anyway! To contribute to my channel and music making efforts, click here: https://paypal.me/aimn
Have you ever heard a beat, felt it one way and then realized you were completely hearing it backwards, or you were off by one beat? You're not alone. Listen to these two examples, and check out the list below. It happens ALL THE TIME and instead of letting it frustrate us, let's embrace it and solve it. *fist bump*
In 1973, The Carpenters recorded This Masquerade and released it on their "Now & Then" album. Richard Carpenter took a masterful solo, rich with bebop language and harmonic and scalular devices. Hang out and analyze this solo with me and let's discuss the genius of this duo.
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I layed down this track and sent it to my friend, Justin over in Atlanta and he worked his magic with those brushes, just like I knew he would. I've always loved this song; this portrait of a street performer who had seen better days. I hope you enjoy it.
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