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Variations On A Theme (19 Ways Of Playing Chorus) - Meade ;Lux; Lewis - Harpsichord Improvisations (Shellac)

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  1. David’s playing the Bill Lewis custom guitar and note the use of the reverse connected wah wah for the seagull effect. The guitar made its studio debut during spring/summer Although not known whether it was used for the full track, David employed the Bill Lewis for the recording of .
  2. Sep 22,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Meade Lux Lewis Riff Boogie () YouTube Boogie Woogie Greats - The Best of Boogie Woogie, more than 2 hours of music with the greatest! - Duration:
  3. While there are variations, modulations, and improvisations keeping things fresh, there is a base melody that is continuously repeated. Typically, the length of a chorus holds that repeated melody. Perhaps an easier way to hear a chorus in jazz is by paying attention to solos.

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