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  1. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Hey everyone, Back with volume 9 of my "Worldwide Sessions" series featuring Jeff Reid from Brisbane, Australia. In this week's video we're playing "All the Things You Are" in 3. I hope you enjoy it and like always, let me know what you think!
  2. Jazz and Improvisation
    Guys! Check Out my playing on All The Things You Are!
  3. Playing Songs
    I have a constant struggle with playing over the changes to All the Things You Are. I love the tune, and I know the changes like the back of my hand... But, I don't have any great ideas to play over it. Am I alone on this? Can any of you help me? Are there any exercises that should help...
  4. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    A big thank you to Mascio for asking me to pick this month's tune. I am very honored to have this opportunity, and I hope you all have fun with this and enjoy this tune as much as I do! I believe this is one standard every jazz musician should know, as it's not only a wonderful song, but also a...
  5. Jazz and Improvisation
    Did you ever realize that The A-parts of Wave and The last A-part of All The Things is The Blues?
  6. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Hey everyone, I recorded myself playing ATTYA for the Jam of the Week group on FB (you should really check the group out). Let me know what you think!
  7. Jazz and Improvisation
    Hey SOTW friends, I've got another batch of weekly highlights up at This past week we were joined by local tenor saxophonist Dave Goldberg. Lot's of fun boots to listen to this week. The first three tunes, with some twists are Airegin, All The Things, Here's That...
  8. Recordings, Movies
    provide feeback if you can. don't mind how harsh it is. criticism is more usefull than praise link to video:
  9. Sheet Music & Transcriptions
    Don's glorious solo from the live "Americans In Europe" recording: transcription, analysis, and a clip! Here's what Sonny Stitt said about him: "Years ago the game was vicious, cutthroat. Can you imagine Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, Chu Berry, Don Byas, and Ben Webster on the same little jam...
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