Jazz Piano School Ep. 72 – Advanced Blues Solo Piano

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This was a request from a JPS member who wanted me to play a little bit more in the episode to get some ideas.

This episode covers solo piano blues styles advanced textures, and progressions to help spark some creativity.


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Brenden Lowe

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5 Responses

  1. Great presentation in how the blues should’ve played.I hear some of Eric Reed in there but that’s great .like they say in a recipe if you add a additional spice the recipe is yours.

  2. Thanks Zanny! Eric Reed was a major influence and my teacher for some years. Thanks for the positive comment!

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