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This is brand new series on the incredible ‘My Favorite Things’ by Kenny Burrell from his 1966 album ‘Soulero’.

I will be taking you through the entire piece!

This week we finish off the solo with some tasty licks and more displacement!

You can get the Kemper and HX Stomp patch I use at www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

All backing tracks, scale/chord/arpeggio/exercise packs and FULL TRANSCRIPTION w/TAB are on www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

To support me in a one off fashion (only if you have financial capability) you can support me here by buying me a coffee www.buymeacoffee/SteveGuitar

#myfavoritethings #kennyburrell #soulero

Tip of the
Week

This is brand new series on the incredible ‘My Favorite Things’ by Kenny Burrell from his 1966 album ‘Soulero’. I will be taking you through the entire piece!

This week we look at the how to make your rhythm more interesting!

You can get the Kemper and HX Stomp patch I use at www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

All backing tracks, scale/chord/arpeggio/exercise packs and FULL TRANSCRIPTION w/TAB are on www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

To support me in a one off fashion (only if you have financial capability) you can support me here by buying me a coffee www.buymeacoffee/SteveGuitar

#myfavoritethings #kennyburrell #soulero

Tip of the
Week

This is brand new series on the incredible ‘My Favorite Things’ by Kenny Burrell from his 1966 album ‘Soulero’. I will be taking you through the entire piece!

This week we look at the next 16 bars of the guitar solo. In this lesson we look at his use of bluesy double stops and also some his expert phrasing

All backing tracks, scale/chord/arpeggio/exercise packs and FULL TRANSCRIPTION w/TAB are on www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

To support me in a one off fashion (only if you have financial capability) you can support me here by buying me a coffee www.buymeacoffee/SteveGuitar

#myfavoritethings #kennyburrell #soulero

Tip of the
Week

This is brand new series on the incredible ‘My Favorite Things’ by Kenny Burrell from his 1966 album ‘Soulero’.

I will be taking you through the entire piece!

This week we look at the first 16 bars of the guitar solo. Kenny expertly makes the pentatonic very interesting and uses a Natural Minor scale to add some spice!

You can get the Kemper and HX Stomp patch I use at www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

All backing tracks, scale/chord/arpeggio/exercise packs and FULL TRANSCRIPTION w/TAB are on www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

To support me in a one off fashion (only if you have financial capability) you can support me here by buying me a coffee www.buymeacoffee/SteveGuitar #

myfavoritethings #kennyburrell #soulero

Tip of the
Week

This is brand new series on the incredible ‘My Favorite Things’ by Kenny Burrell from his 1966 album ‘Soulero’.

I will be taking you through the entire piece! This week we look at the A section and how Kenny very expertly changes the original tune from 3/4 to 4/4.

0:00 A Section BARS 42 – 83

0:55 Introduction

2:40 BARS 42-49

2:51 E Natural Minor

4:23 BARS 50 – 57

4:32 Making Chord Melody more interesting

11:15 BARS 50 – 57

11:22 Using Chord Tones

14:56 BARS 66 – 83

15:20 E Harmonic Minor

You can get the Kemper and HX Stomp patch I use at www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

All backing tracks, scale/chord/arpeggio/exercise packs and FULL TRANSCRIPTION w/TAB are on www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

To support me in a one off fashion (only if you have financial capability) you can support me here by buying me a coffee www.buymeacoffee/SteveGuitar #myfavoritethings #kennyburrell #soulero

Tip of the
Week

This is brand new series on the incredible ‘My Favorite Things’ by Kenny Burrell from his 1966 album ‘Soulero’.

I will be taking you through the entire piece!

This week we look at the A section and how Kenny very expertly changes the original tune from 3/4 to 4/4.

0:00 A Section BARS 18 – 41

0:37 Introduction

3:06 Piano Riff

4:09 BARS 18-33

4:27 Harmony Analysis

9:21 Changing 3/4 to 4/4

13:08 BARS 34 – 41

You can get the Kemper and HX Stomp patch I use at www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

All backing tracks, scale/chord/arpeggio/exercise packs and FULL TRANSCRIPTION w/TAB are on www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

To support me in a one off fashion (only if you have financial capability) you can support me here by buying me a coffee www.buymeacoffee/SteveGuitar #myfavoritethings #kennyburrell #soulero

Tip of the
Week

Hi guys and girls,

I finished the full transcription of ‘All The Things You Are’ by Jim Hall! Whoop!!!

I’ve pieced together all the sections from the 5 lessons into one video for you to play along to or learn.

Have fun learning this solo by the master that is Jim Hall!

The next series will be on ‘My Favorite Things’ by Kenny Burrell!

Happy practicing!

S x

This is a new series on learning how to play ‘All The Things You Are’ by Jim Hall.

Taken from his 1986 album ‘Three’.

You can get the Kemper and HX Stomp patch I use at www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

All backing tracks, scale/chord/arpeggio/exercise packs and FULL TRANSCRIPTION w/TAB are on www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

To support me in a one off fashion (only if you have financial capability) you can support me here by buying me a coffee

www.buymeacoffee/SteveGuitar #jimhall #allthethingsyouare #jazzguitarlesson

Tip of the
Week

Happy Sunday guys and gals,

I’ve finished my study on Jim Hall’s incredible recording of ‘All The Things You Are’ this week!

In this weeks episode we look at his use of legato and also his use of the Mambo rhythm.

This series is the perfect one if you want to get deep into this standard and learn some new ideas for approaching this classic tune.

It’s appropriate for those just starting out with learning jazz and for those more advanced looking for new approaches.

Happy practicing!

S x

You can get the Kemper and HX Stomp patch I use at www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

All backing tracks, scale/chord/arpeggio/exercise packs and FULL TRANSCRIPTION w/TAB are on www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

Tip of the
Week

Happy Friday everyone!

This is the 4th video in a series on Jim Hall’s ‘All The Things You Are’ from his album ‘Three’.

This week I give you some tips on comping underneath a bass solo and also how to go about trading 8’s with a drummer!

I’m teaching you how to play the whole tune and I’ve recorded a backing track with live instruments specifically for this.

I hope you enjoy!

S

This is a new series on learning how to play ‘All The Things You Are’ by Jim Hall. Taken from his 1986 album ‘Three’.

You can get the Kemper and HX Stomp patch I use at www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

All backing tracks, scale/chord/arpeggio/exercise packs and FULL TRANSCRIPTION w/TAB are on www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

0:00 Trading Chorus: Bars 1 – 36

0: 48 Introduction

2:44 COMPING over the Bass Solo

6:08 Bars 1 – 8 – Setting up a Conversation

10:13 C Mixolydian b6

11:57 Bars 9 – 16 – Akira Tana’s Drum Solo

11:57 Bars 17 – 24 – Responding to a Rhythmic Idea

To support me in a one off fashion (only if you have financial capability) you can support me here by buying me a coffee www.buymeacoffee/SteveGuitar

#jimhall #allthethingsyouare #jazzguitarlesson

Tip of the
Week

This is a new series on learning how to play ‘All The Things You Are’ by Jim Hall. Taken from his 1986 album ‘Three’.

You can get the Kemper and HX Stomp patch I use at www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons All backing tracks, scale/chord/arpeggio/exercise packs and FULL TRANSCRIPTION w/TAB are on www.patreon.com/exeterguitarlessons

0:00 Solo Chorus 2: Bars 1 – 36

0: 42 Introduction

2:43 Bars 1 – 8 – Using Pedal Tones

7:58 Bars 9 – 16 – Using Chromatic Descending Chords

11:51 Bars 17 – 24 – Building Chords with Intervals

13:57 Bars 25 – 36 – Using Stacked 4ths

To support me in a one off fashion (only if you have financial capability) you can support me here by buying me a coffee www.buymeacoffee/SteveGuitar

#jimhall #allthethingsyouare #jazzguitarlesson

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