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Just as a preface , this is talking about a jam session I went to where the people were good players but not really pros. The Heads weren't memorized or even read 100 percent right and it was a learning experience. But I want to share what I thought I noticed in the way we approached the session from different perspectives. And how that translated into different levels of soloing K


https://youtu.be/4flc-tTMp6M
 

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Also as I state in the video the rhythm section told me they liked my playing and wanted my business card. At jams my goal is never competitive with other players , my goal is to be the kind of player good players want to play with. Thats skill, listening and attitude. K
 
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