Jazz Dance Classic No. 1 (12"). 7243 8 90143 6 6. Grant Green. Grant Green - Ain't It Funky Now - Grant Green - Green Is Beautiful 10:01.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Blue Note (catalog number 8801436). Format of the release is. Vinyl, 12". 45 RPM. The album included the following session artists: Other.
Grant Green jazz guitar lesson Airegin solo. This is a transcription (22 bars) of the Grant Green jazz guitar solo in the Sonny Rollins jazz standard "Airegin" with tabs and backing track. Grant Green jazz guitar lesson Grantstand solo & backing track. This Grant Green dominant jazz guitar lick start with a G minor 7th arpeggio (G-Bb-D-F) approached chromatically by the Gb. Grant Green jazz guitar lesson Lick 3. This jazz guitar solo lesson is about jazz guitar licks played by the great Grant Green in "N°1 Green street". Here is a jazz guitar solo transcription with tabs (only 36 bars) of the track "N. Green street" from the album "Green street" by Grant Green. 4 Grant Green jazz jazz guitar licks with tabs. This jazz guitar solo lesson is about 4 jazz guitar lines played by the great Grant Green in "N°1 Green street". Grant Green played those jazz licks over.
The best jazz guitar albums are up there with any other jazz classics you can think of. These 75 feature essential work by groundbreaking musicians. Born Pat Azzara in Philadelphia, Martino was only 22 when he debuted with this Grant Green-influenced soul-jazz album which immediately introduced him as a guitarist with a promising future. Organ (courtesy of Trudy Pitts) features prominently, imbuing the album with an archetypal mid-60s soul-jazz aesthetic.
Grant Green was a master jazz guitarist of the highest level, and it is definitely a good idea to spend some time learning Grant Green licks in your jazz guitar practice routine. Known as a bluesy player (and later on, the father of modern funk), Grant Green was also a talented bebop soloist who had a strong handle on bebop vocabulary and substitutions. If you are looking to get some classic blues licks under your fingers, expand your bebop vocabulary, and work on your swing all at the same time, then Grant Green is the man to study. Recommended Listening: Idle Moments. Download Your Free eBook. Download The Beginner's Guide to Jazz Guitar and start playing today! DOWNLOAD PDF. Lesson Contents. Grant Green Lick 1 – ii V I in F Major. Grant Green Lick 2 – ii V I in F Major. Grant Green Lick 3 – ii V I in F Major. Grant Green Lick 4 – ii V I in F Major.
First Session is an album by American jazz guitarist Grant Green featuring performances by Green recorded in 1960 and 1961 but not released on the Blue Note label until 2001. The album features the first recordings made by Green for Blue Note which were held back from release in favour of a later recording date which appeared as Grant's First Stand (1961). Also included on the album are two takes from a later 1961 session.
Grant Green, Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums 02:17. Grant Green - Lullaby of the Leaves (First Stand) 07:43. Grant Green - Grenada 06:26. Sonny Clark, Grant Green - My Little Suede Shoes 06:23. Grant, Grant Green - 'Tain't Nobody's Business If I Do (First Stand) 04:26. Grant Green - Blues for Juanita 07:04. Grant, Grant Green - A Wee Bit O' Green (First Stand) 07:50. Grant, Grant Green - Miss Ann's Tempo (First Stand) 05:40. Sonny Clark, Grant Green - Tico Tico 07:45. Grant Green - Hey There 07:22
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- Concept By – DJ Graham B.*
NotesTaken from the Blue Note sampler "Blue Break Beats"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Labels): 08-031164-20
- Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
|8801436||Grant Green||Jazz Dance Classic No. 1 (12")||Blue Note||8801436||Europe||1992|
|7243 8 90143 6 6||Grant Green||Sookie Sookie / Ain't It Funky Now (12", Single, Ltd)||Blue Note||7243 8 90143 6 6||Netherlands||1996|