Label: Modern Hot Records - MHR-015 Format: CD Album Digipak Country: US Genre: Jazz Style: Swing
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Feedback Email: How can we make your Slacker Radio experience better? News updates on Slacker Radio. Want more news? Less news? No news? Manage News Not now. Message Loading Artist Pearl Django 0, css: This popular acoustic jazz band in the Django Reinhardt style grew out of a duo playing relationship between two widely different but somehow similar guitarists.
Neil Anderson had begun his professional music career as a member of the garage band the Wailers, often pointed out as an early version of what would later be thought of as a punk band. At first, the two guitarists stuck to a duo act centering around blues and jazz, but with the addition of bassist David Firman, an ensemble was born.
In , Vancouver luthier and guitarist Michael Dunn set up a gig for the new band a few hours North in Vancouver, Canada. Park jumped off the spaceship and joined Pearl Django, the move leading to one of those sweet combinations of players that makes certain combos really sounds good to the ears. Listen to what Joe Pass has to say about this: Mark DS New.
Check out this one http: Good luck! Thanks for your help, I feel that the doors for this song has opened up for me. Mark DS wrote:. BluesBop Harry wrote:. That change is correct and makes perfect sense. Sounds especially good as a m Very, very common. Neither did Charlie Christian, nor Wes Montgomery. I am thoroughly convinced after going to music school, learning to read music, and then learning all the theory that describes such music, that none of it is relevant to improvising.
The only thing we can do is develop our ears to be able to play EVERYTHING our ears fish out of our musical subconsciousnesses; which should contain all the musical ideas you currently know.
All the "modern masters" transcribed Django, and we all should too. I learn whole solos at a time and then learn the most melodic parts in different keys and positions on the guitar. I do this with my eyes closed to build up "kinetic awareness" as to where the "sounds" of these phrases "are" on the neck. After a while of doing this, you should see a HUGE improvement in your ability to improvise. Keep on Djamming! Marcelo Damon. November I agree that theory will not teach you to play music, but it can help you to understand music and the guitar and can make learning to play music a lot easier for those of us starting out.
Wes Montgomery started playing the guitar at 19!!!
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