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post May 9 2009, 02:56 PM
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Charlie Parker!:D


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It partly depends on the style of jazz you're interested in Mark - fusion, swing, bebop...

Some names to check out generally though are:

guitar - Allan Holdsworth, Pat Metheny, Bill Frisell, Joe Pass, John Mclaughlin, George Benson, Howard Roberts, Mike Stern, Barney Kessell, Alex Machachik. Martyn Tailor, ...

other instruments - John Coltrane, Charlie Mingus, Bill Evans, Art Tatum, Michael Brecker, Ornette Coleman, Weather Report, Miles Davis

Some albums -

'Heavy Weather' - Weather Report
'Love Supreme' - John Coltrane
'Kind of Blue' - Miles Davis
'Bitches Brew' - Miles Davis
'Bright Size Life' - Pat Metheny
'Breezing' - George Benson
'Metal Fatigue' - Allan Holdsworth
'Birds of Fire' - Mclaughlin/Mahavishnu
'Moonbeams' - Bill Evans
'Virtuoso' - Joe Pass
'Mingus at Monterrey' - Charlie Mingus
'Tomorrow is the Question' - Ornette Coleman


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Two words, Frank Gambale.


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QUOTE (Mark. @ May 9 2009, 12:36 PM) *
Tnx, youtubing him now great stuff so far ohmy.gif

Yeah, i still remember when i bought his passages album. Mind blowing technique, that man made me love jazz.


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QUOTE (tonymiro @ May 9 2009, 05:02 PM) *
It partly depends on the style of jazz you're interested in Mark - fusion, swing, bebop...

Some names to check out generally though are:

guitar - Allan Holdsworth, Pat Metheny, Bill Frisell, Joe Pass, John Mclaughlin, George Benson, Howard Roberts, Mike Stern, Barney Kessell, Alex Machachik. Martyn Tailor, ...

other instruments - John Coltrane, Charlie Mingus, Bill Evans, Art Tatum, Michael Brecker, Ornette Coleman, Weather Report, Miles Davis

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'Heavy Weather' - Weather Report
'Love Supreme' - John Coltrane
'Kind of Blue' - Miles Davis
'Bitches Brew' - Miles Davis
'Bright Size Life' - Pat Metheny
'Breezing' - George Benson
'Metal Fatigue' - Allan Holdsworth
'Birds of Fire' - Mclaughlin/Mahavishnu
'Moonbeams' - Bill Evans
'Virtuoso' - Joe Pass
'Mingus at Monterrey' - Charlie Mingus
'Tomorrow is the Question' - Ornette Coleman



This is some great list of albums and influences.

I would like to add Charlie Parker as he is one of the best bebop players. You should definitely check him out.

If you are looking for some Fusion and outside playing, check out Michael Brecker and his works. Steps Ahead is spectacular band, I think you will dig it a lot. Look for LIVE IN TOKYO album !



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post May 12 2009, 04:59 PM
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lol pedja, I said PARKER FIRST!:D



Translation from 4:10 on
I can't learn anything I don't care about..... things I find interesting, I suck it in my head like a sponge, here, watch this.


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QUOTE (Jesse @ May 12 2009, 05:59 PM) *
lol pedja, I said PARKER FIRST!:D



Translation from 4:10 on
I can't learn anything I don't care about..... things I find interesting, I suck it in my head like a sponge, here, watch this.


Jesse I say Parker even in my sleep !!! laugh.gif


This is scat singing, solfege or even atonal solfege. I had this at Berklee and sing things with similar noises tongue.gif


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post May 12 2009, 05:16 PM
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Mark, in deze maands Guiter Techniques(magazine) staat een heel stuk over charlie parker met gitaar tabs en zo...


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post May 12 2009, 06:40 PM
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Check out some Robben Ford stuff, and some Front Page too.
I also recommend, that is not too well known, Ritchie Kotzen's Jazz Albums. They are awesome


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post May 18 2009, 07:45 PM
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Robben Ford is great..

I would also recommend looking into som jazz/funk by the guitarist John Scofield..


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QUOTE (Guitarman700 @ May 9 2009, 06:22 PM) *
Two words, Frank Gambale.



+1 he rocks though there are some HORRIBLE YT vids
the one jazz artist that i listen the most to is a Danish bassist called Chris Minh Doky, its brilliant (his brother niels lan doky is very good to)
for bassists also chech out NHØP (niels henning ørsted pedersen)

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