McCoy Tyner – Pursuance – (From John Coltrane’s album “A Love Supreme”) [LOTW #73]

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Here is a nice lick from Coltrane’s famous, A Love Supreme. There is not much going on note wise but McCoy uses some nice re-harms here going to the F#7 then to A7 before finally resolving to the V7 of the minor blues the F7 chord. For ease of playing this, practice arpeggio runs to an octave. As a bonus, you can use the re-harms for other blues!

Enjoy!

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