The iconic recording of Tenor Madness is for me one of the recordings I keep getting back to.
This track is ever inspiring and provides me with such knowledge of how to play great Jazz Blues.
Learn the Tenor Madness jazz blues from John Coltrane and Sonny Rollins.
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LESSON TRANSCRIPTION CONTENT:
50+ pages full exercises and licks
-Exercises derived from Coltrane and Rollins Licks
-Licks made in the spirit of Rollins and Coltrane
-all exercises and licks are transposed to all 12 keys
+ all lesson examples are transposed to the Tenor, Alto and Concert keys.
In this tutorial
00:00 The ONLY Jazz Blues You Need To Learn From
00:44 Rollins Octatonic and Harmonic Minor
01:46 Coltrane Great Voice Leading
02:51 Rollins Thematic Playing
03:21 Coltrane Speed Change
03:46 Don’t Play The Root
04:32 Amazing COltrane Line
05:24 Adding Music to Your Technical exercises
06:04 Major7 and Minor
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Tenor saxophone: Selmer MKVI 82xxx
mouthpiece is an old Otto Link Babbit – refaced from opening 6 to opening 8/8,5
Alto – The Martin Alto
Soprano – Yanagisawa Elimona