Jazz Piano School Ep 43: Getting Back At It!

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1 thought on “Jazz Piano School Ep 43: Getting Back At It!”

  1. Ha! Try “falling off” for over 35 years—I’ve forgotten everything!! It feels like starting to walk all over again. As it was, I never became a skilled sight-reader and always relied on my ear to learn music and play. And although I played in a lot of R&B, Rock, and ProgRock/Light Jazz bands in my youth, I was never adept enough to play in a hardcore straight ahead jazz group.

    Now that I’m retired however, I’m hoping I can pursue my 50-year dream (yes, I’ve loved jazz even since elementary school) of being a REAL jazz pianist and not someone who’s faked it.

    Love your podcasts Brenden and I try to absorb every one of them!

    Thanks so much!

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