A Slippery Solo Break by Keith Jarrett (LOTW #159)

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Here is a solo break Keith takes on the blues tune “Butch and Butch.”

His line winds masterfully through a set of chord changes moving chromatically between sets of notes.

The rest of this solo is certainly worth checking out, see what happens next!

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Happy Practicing!

Sterling Cozza

Sterling Cozza

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    1. Sorry about that Harold, the You Tube link is now working correctly. Thank you, and again sorry for the inconvenience!

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