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artist: maumari
The most known Deep Purple riff in a acid atmosphere! Highest charts position in subgenre: # 18
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Free piano improvisation by Marcos Oliva.
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artist: YDQ
title: Voluntad
Latin sounds, poetry...
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artist: In The Mood
title: Perdido
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artist: Jazzkomplott
title: Israel
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artist: Pond Surfers
title: Naked Lady
A song with a bit of jazzy flavour. We've partly used a a bass loop created by Square Bear. This song is name
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artist: German Bense
title: O Talismao
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Guitar Driven Melodic Jazz. Read the CD review at www.gvonline.net (Fall 2005 issue). Visit Joesf's website at
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artist: Todd Weller
title: Chameleon
Arrangement of Herbie's all time classic.
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artist: Yvonne James
James Quartet
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artist: Paracolor
title: Ejam7
An atempt at a jazz piece
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Josh Twombley - Saxophone; Dyl Coleman - Piano
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What can I say? Just listen and let me know if you like it...
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artist: The Bliss
title: Love
A smooth, soothing atmosphere leading to a remarkable guitar-voice unison solo and extraordinary vocal harmoni
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artist: Bill Leff
Same backing as L5 changes, this time played with Telecaster > Direct Drive > Deluxe Reverb
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A laid-back finger-snapper
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Thinking of a name for this improvisation, themes arose related to life and existence.
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artist: Doug Riley
title: Spring Song
Stride piano
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artist: Danny Weis
title: turn it up
smooth jazz, funk & R&B instrumentals
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artist: Lokus
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The majesty of the sun to light our world...and it sure feels nice to sit in the sun :-)
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artist: njazz
title: third wish
((updated)) old one, recorded in 2003
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artist: SkyFiber
Cool Beats, mix with jazz, and cool vocals by Moodie
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Laid Back, Funky, Electro-groove.
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how do you come up with your solos,: do you hear them first or do you just throw out notes? Is probably the number one question many inexperienced players ask me. I familiarize myself with the changes by listening to them, sometimes several times. As I listen, I sing some jazz phrases as I begin to build my ideas to the tune. It helps to know many jazz phrases from where to draw ideas from. These come from listening and copying others such as jazz legends and then often creating my own by combining ideas. At first I sing and play the parts. I feel that of you can't hear it you can't play it. Singing along helps me hear the pa...
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