Gerald Clayton Plays it Cool on Strasbourg St. Denis (LOTW #170)

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learn how Gerald Clayton plays it cool on Strasbourg St. Denis

Gerald Clayton lays down possibly one of the most grooving solos of all time over Roy Hargrove’s jam tune “Strasbourg St. Denis.”

At the end of several choruses of pure groove, he plays it cool with a line which sidesteps its way outside of the changes.

Follow along with the notation to see how he does it!

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Sterling Cozza

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