“Walking the Blues” – How to Walk Basslines and Improvise Jazz Piano (Ep:188)

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Have you ever wanted to play bass lines on piano and improvise at the same time?

Well, with this podcast that idea could become a reality!

Follow along as we explore steps to build your own bass lines and work your way toward implementing right hand improvisation over your favorite jazz tunes.

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Sterling Cozza

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  1. fyi – the walking bassline podcast is still screwed up. the link is pointing to the previous podcast (solo piano architecture)

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