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  • Lick of the Week - Horn Lines #2 - Miles Davis and a bunch more stuff :)



    Here is the original recording - the lick starts at about 1:30:



    Click here for a printable version of this lesson.

    Click here for a Guitar Pro version of this lesson.





    Here are a couple more things for you guys to check out:



    This is a video I did for our music school in Orange, CA that demos the Skype Guitar Classes that we offer here at MWGL...here is the story: http://markweinguitarlessons.com/forums/showthread.php?33891-Skype-Guitar-Classes-at-Premier-Music-and-MarkWeinGuitarLessons-com!

    And last but definitely not least we have a BluesCast with Tom Harkenrider interviewing and playing some music with James Harman and Nathan James next Saturday January 21st at 2:30pm PST: http://markweinguitarlessons.com/forums/showthread.php?33515-Tom-Harkenriders-BluesCast-featuring-James-Harman-and-Nathan-James-Saturday-Jan-21st

    On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/223203034425913/

    We can have folks in the studio if you're in Orange or here for NAMM this weekend and want to come hang out or you can watch it online...more details in those links!
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  • #2
    Great lesson. And one of my favorite piece from Miles Davis. Playing over a vamp is more of a challenge than one might think.
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    • #3
      Great lesson. And one of my favorite piece from Miles Davis. Playing over a vamp is more of a challenge than one might think.



      Thanks!


      These songs always get taught to beginning jazz students because it's easier than a bebop tune or a 32 bar form standard but there is a serious difficulty in actually making music on such a harmonically simple canvas...the lesson itself is really geared towards rock players looking to phrase a little differently but I'm hoping that it opens up some ears to new sounds too
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      • #4
        Very cool Mark. That record is like a sacrament to me. I like music, it looks like I'm in good company here.
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        • #5
          Very cool Mark. That record is like a sacrament to me. I like music, it looks like I'm in good company here.


          Thanks! It's almost like the "Zeppelin 4" of jazz, but it's really resounded with me over the years.
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          • #6
            Just finished this lesson Mark - thank you for all the work you put into this. Once again, enjoy the speed that you teach at, the background about the piece, and of course the nice clean tone of your guitar.
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            • #7
              Just finished this lesson Mark - thank you for all the work you put into this. Once again, enjoy the speed that you teach at, the background about the piece, and of course the nice clean tone of your guitar.


              Thanks man
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              • #8
                You, sir, are a godsend for those of us who yearn to learn.
                LeftyTom

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                • #9
                  You, sir, are a godsend for those of us who yearn to learn.





                  Thanks sir...
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                  • #10
                    bump! I might not be able to do my video this week because of NAMM....
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