Duke Robillard

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T-Bone Artist Study


Jam Track

Hi Friends,

This week we have a jam track for you of Brad and I supplying a medium tempo shuffle rhythm that works for all four choruses I have demonstrated in the T-Bone shuffle style. It's in G, one of T-Bone's most common keys. Others he seemed to favor were Bb, C and occasionally Eb. Because he worked with horns the flat keys were often used. I would truly love to hear you all play with these tracks so please post some video or audio.

Enjoy!

Duke

 

 

 

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Bruce Dumes
Bruce Dumes May 29, 2019

Hey Duke! Here's my take at this. Please let me know what you think! I'm trying my best to tell a story; not sure if it's working, but I'm trying. 

Nice stuff, Charlie! You are always very musical and it's fun to hear in your playing how much this music means to you. 

Thanks Duke! 

Best, Bruce

charlie
charlie May 28, 2019

Thanks as always Duke. I especially appreciated the sermon (your words : ) in one of these lessons, on the importance of LISTENING. That kind of insight is invaluable to me! For the last few years I've kept a box set of T-Bone's and another of Charlie Christian's in the kitchen (these days most my listening time is cooking for the kids and doing chores!)

Here's my take. I always give you the first cut. Partly because I don't have time for a second, mostly because it's an honest reflection of where I'm at.

Also, it turns out that today (May 28th) is T-Bone's birthday (so hoping some of the talent's in the air! ; )

charlie
charlie May 28, 2019

Thanks as always Duke. I especially appreciated the sermon (your words : ) in one of these lessons, on the importance of LISTENING. That kind of insight is invaluable to me! For the last few years I've kept a box set of T-Bone's and another of Charlie Christian's in the kitchen (these days most my listening time is cooking for the kids and doing chores!)

Here's my take. I always give you the first cut. Partly because I don't have time for a second, mostly because it's an honest reflection of where I'm at

 
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