Learn Rhythm Changes with Bud Powell Solo & Analysis

This week we continue our analysis of Bud Powells solo over Anthropology.

We also learn about WHY taking small, bite sized, improv lego building blocks from transcriptions and solos is MUCH more beneficial than just learning the enter solo from the get go.

After we analyzed the individual parts, THEN we can learn the entire solo.

But if we fail to understand what is happening, then the only thing that happens is we copy what someone else has done when we’re improvising instead of spontaneously improvising from our own soul.

Which would you rather do?

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