Oscar Peterson Starts Things off Right with “Just You, Just Me” (LOTW #183)

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Watch as Oscar Peterson starts things off right with this lick of the week

Besides being the king of burning down the blues, Oscar Peterson was also a master of playing intros!

Setting up the tune can be on of a pianist’s most important responsibilities.

Listen how Oscar starts things off right on “Just You, Just Me” from his classic album with Lester Young.

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Happy Practicing!

Sterling Cozza

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