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6 Responses

  1. Thanks for providing so much free stuff. I’m playing out quite a bit, jazz pays poo, doubt I’ll ever have enough $$ to pay for it.

  2. I have requested (multiple times) the practice materials for podcast #97, Wynton Kelly’s solo for Freddie Freeloader, but do not receive them? Can you help?

  3. Hi, I just came across this page by accident. Nice analysis and discussion. Just one thing I would add: you mention that Wynton is using the 6 going to the 5 a lot, but the head to this tune is basically just a bunch of 6 to 5 phrases so Wynton is using ideas from the original melody in his solo.

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