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Mark Hammond



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Date registered 06.01.2010
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06.10.2010
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Thu Jun 10, 2010 10:49 pm | jump to post

I think it's a great interview and agree 100% with what he has to say.

06.01.2010
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Tue Jun 01, 2010 9:49 pm | jump to post

Regarding the song, I hear the chords as Emaj7, Cmaj7, Am7, D9. I would approach this as E major with the C, Am7, and the D9 as a minor IV chord. This is very common in jazz as substitution for the V chord. The Cmajor7 -Amin7-D9 are basically the same chord, same sound, one note difference between them. The overall effect is A min7 to E major (7). The "Lady Bird" (Tadd Dameron) turnaround is a common turnaround substitution, and it also evolved into "Coltrane Changes" (Giant Steps, etc.) thoug...



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