Blazing Minor Lick from Keith Jarrett’s “Köln Concert” (LOTW #185)

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Learn this blazing Minor Lick from Keith Jarrett

In 1975, Keith Jarrett made history with “The Köln Concert” when he performed a completely freely improvised solo piano concert.

The extended riffs, progressions, and melodies which he created at this concert have lived on, cementing his place among jazz piano greats and influencing a generations of pianists to follow.

This minor lick appears in the final section of the recording, “Part 2c.”

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Sterling Cozza

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