Bill Evans Rips Through Solo Breaks on “Night and Day” (LOTW #143)

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On his record with Stan Getz in 1973, Bill Evans rips through some solo breaks over the tune “Night and Day.”

Check out the way he navigates these chord changes with bebop vocab and throws in a triplety sequence in the middle!

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Happy Practicing!

Sterling Cozza

Sterling Cozza

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  1. Thank you a lot ! I’m saxophonist, but I’m also playing jazz with keyboard (but with very poor technic). I have my system of voicings and I’ll take time to studies all your good posts. André Fischmann (France)

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