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  1. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Promotional video from my debut album performing Andy Laverne's original composition "Pursuing Resolution". Hope you enjoy the jazz and thanks for listening!!!! www.timlin.bandcamp.com if you'd like to purchase a CD or download a digital mp3. Spotify URL...
  2. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Just wanted to share a video of my quartet's in studio performance of Harry Warren's "A Weaver of Dreams" The band: Andy LaVerne - piano Jay Anderson - bass Billy Drummond - drums If anyone would like a copy of a CD, I would be happy to send a signed copy to all SOTW members here...
  3. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Physical CDs are now available for direct shipment for my jazz debut album, “Romance in Formosa” featuring Andy LaVerne, Jay Anderson, and Billy Drummond!!!! You can purchase signed copies here: www.timlinmusic.com/new-products/romanceinformosa or high quality mp3 files/CD here...
  4. Brand Name Players ...
    Hi everyone, I wanted to share the last video I did, breaking down a Paul Desmond solo, which you can get from my site as well, here: Middle of the page: Sign up open for the next Zoom Workshop and Paul Desmond Analysis - Jon De Lucia Music Here it is, hope it's useful. I'll be doing a workshop...
  5. Teaching
    Hello all, Just dropping a line here that I've started making some youtube tutorial type videos featuring improv ideas and a wide range of subjects. Just getting started, hope some of it is useful. I'm working on Book Two of my Bach Shapes series, which will be released in sections in eBook...
  6. Alto mpc
    Has anybody tried the Drake Bebop Classic Alto mouthpiece? I believe it is a new model and there is not much information out there.
  7. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Hey everyone! Here's a video of a solo I took on "Eternal Triangle" from a gig I played earlier this week. Hope you dig it!
  8. Teaching
    Can anyone recommend a good teacher for bebop improvisation in the Bay Area (preferably East Bay)? Doesn't have to be a saxophonist. I take sax lessons and have intermediate technique but want to get deeper into swing feel, bebop phrasing, sharper sense of time, structuring solos melodically...
  9. Jazz and Improvisation
    Hello everyone! I'm not an active contributor. I'm more of a peruser; however, I would like some support from a pro. I would classify my playing level from beginner to intermediate. I am reading up on Bebop playing style. Seems as though there is a lot of quoting from other songs as a...
  10. Brand Name Players ...
    I am trying to figure out who is soloing at what time during the 1946 Jazz at The Philharmonic concerts - specifically the brass players. I can distinguish between Parker and Hawkins, but throw Lester Young in there and it gets difficult for a jazz newbie like me. I also don't know who solos on...
  11. Jazz and Improvisation
    What are some interesting bebop-flavored scales to play over specific parts of a blues, Blue Monk in particular? I'm pretty new to improvising over chord changes so I've been playing the obvious things: blues scales, bebop dominant and bebop major in the appropriate bars, and diminished scale...
  12. Jazz and Improvisation
    Who knows what the quote is at the beginning of the third chorus? Thanks, Sivari
  13. Flute & Piccolo
    The Bill McBirnie Trio (featuring Bernie Senensky & Anthony Michelli) FIND YOUR PLACE Bill McBirnie has released a new album that departs, in a significant way, from his previously acclaimed acoustic jazz projects (Mercy with Robi Botos; Paco Paco with Bernie Senensky; and Nature Boy with Mark...
  14. Announcements and Bulletin Board
    Dave Klein Jazz (www.djkjazz.com) is excited to produce an album that will feature 12 tracks composed by "Hard-bop" grandmaster Horace Silver! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/987363719/dave-klein-jazz-new-horace-silver-tribute-double-a In commemoration of "Hard-bop" legend Horace Silver...
  15. Jazz and Improvisation
    Just posted a killer exercise page by saxophonist Jeff Ellwood, one of the most original saxophonists on the West Coast. Hope you like it! As always, comments on the blog are appreciated and welcomed. http://thejazzlab.wordpress.com/
  16. Jazz and Improvisation
    Hi, I have an essay coming up that touches on Parker, and a particular bebop phrase. I'm trying to trace its origin. The only recording I have is of Charlie Parker playing it, at 1.34, on "Chi Chi", from 1953. It can be heard here: Here it is (in concert). It's a relatively simple little...
  17. Jazz and Improvisation
    You guys are invited to enjoy a slammin master class about the life and music of Charlie Parker. This is an in-depth class for students, performers and teachers of Jazz: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/4803545 The class itself starts at 5:38..You will Dig this:) Dave Frank NYC
  18. Jazz and Improvisation
    Hey everyone, I heard about the bebop scales the other day. I was wondering how to use them while improvising in jazz.
  19. Teaching
    Tonight I'll be performing on Late Night with Conan O'Brien with singer-songwriter Amos Lee. Trumpeter Rashawn Ross (Dave Matthews Band) and I will be backing up Amos on a new song. As I shared with members of my video lesson website, learning this tune--and coming up with the horn...
  20. Sheet Music & Transcriptions
    Dear musicians, don't know, if it is the right place of the forum for my question: Pls, I'm searching 2 small tunes of the old swing-aera: 1. Coleman Hawkins - "Bean and the Boys" - a head over a tune by S. Romberg - "Lover come back to me" 2. Coleman Hawkins - or Ben Webster - "De-Dar" a...
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