The Oliver Nelson Lick (LOTW #145)

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This week’s lick comes to you from an Oliver Nelson record called “More Blues and the Abstract Truth.”

It is an iconic pattern from Oliver Nelson’s tune called “Hoe-Down.”

Oliver was known for his affinity for using patterns, and this one is no exception.

The lick traces a set of major triads descending in major thirds.

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Happy Practicing!

Sterling Cozza

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