Here’s a nice major pentatonic lick that caught my ear while listening to Everybody Use Your Goddamn Turn Signal off of Paul Gilbert’s latest album, I Can Destroy. Tell it, Paul!
In a case of persistence pays off, I’ve finally uncovered the secret to one of my favorite guitar players legato licks and transcribed the first chorus of a challenging solo. Continue reading for a breakdown of Bill Connors Add Eleven from his album Assembler.
Lately I’ve been stealing lines from my favorite fusion players and this post takes a great phrase from Greg Howe’s Jump Start and applies it to some common jazz chords.
Continuing on from Last Week, here is the second chorus of Jimmy Heath’s sax solo on All The Things You Are from the album Luminescence with Pat Metheny (iTunes). He really picks up the pace in the second chorus with some fast 16th-note runs.
I’m working on Jerome Kern’s “All The Things You Are” again (still?) and have been working on a transcription of the first chorus of a sax solo by Jimmy Heath from the album Luminescence with Pat Metheny (iTunes).
Thanks to my excellent instructor Mason Razavi for turning me on to this recording!