Jazz Piano School Ep. 55 – How to Improvise Over Odd Changes

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This is a fantastic episode that will benefit a lot of people out there.

I specifically go over what is the most important aspect when connecting your improv together through odd changes and even more common progressions. Enjoy!

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Brenden Lowe

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7 Responses

  1. Brendon,

    I’m a recent JPS member and love these podcasts. However, I do have a problem improvising over “Odd Changes” and your podcast #55 addresses this. Great, but the Podcast Practice Materials seem to be inaccessible. Just gives an “Oops” screen. Can you provide a fix?

    Thanks.
    Bill Paradis

    1. Hi Bill,
      Just fixed this! Sorry about that and thank you for the heads up. We’ve just added a new spot in the members section where you will be able to download the podcast materials directly as well. Best!

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