Great lesson !
Love this !!!
Here is my attempt at creating some solo lines over the progression. Thanks for any feedback !
Yes please post your backing track-Thanks
Is there a backing track for these lessons ? Thanks
Hi Mark, As far as I know there was no backing track for this lesson. I'd be happy to post the one I made if you think it would be useful.
Sounds great Marty !
Love this !!!!
Are you able to post a link to the original recording ?
I will record it from vinyl and post soon.
Here is my rendition of Flyin Home with your backing track !
i really liked your playing on this one. Everything sounds spot on to me.
Coulf you reply with a link to the backing track or tell us where to find it ? Thanks !
Hi Mark. Wow, thanks so much! That's really nice of you to say, and it means a lot. The backing track is on the Lesson 1 Intro and Fills page. Thanks again!
Thx Duke ! Coming from you that means a lot to me !
Looking forward to hearing your next album Blues Bash !
I made my own rhythm track and put a solo to it. I hope you like it ! Looking forward to the rest of this lesson.
Thats Duke on the vocal !!! Not Dr.John
Here's an example of Tiny Grimes playing rhythm changes https://youtu.be/u7HX6bFQCvo
I had some technical difficulty but the solo is now posted
Here is my attempt at a cohesive solo. Thanks for any feedback !
where is your solo ??
When I practice rhythm by myself I tend to play a chord and then strum the muted strings to keep time. Is this a really bad habit ? So for example if there are four beats to the bar and I am hitting the chord on two and four but hitting the muted strings in between. I suppose when I play with a band I don't do this. Should I practice with a metronome instead ? I do want to go into the recording studio soon and I want to get rid of any bad habits . Thx for your reply
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