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Blues of September: St James Infirmary

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Re: Blues of September: St James Infirmary

Post by BobM » Tue Oct 01, 2013 9:10 am

Hi Chris,

This is a big improvement, you’re holding the whole thing together much better, and you you made the perilous Ab leap safely.. :)

Maybe try playing the rhythm at half the (current) speed though, as per the pianist on that YouTube link?

There’s a trick for one of the more complex chords in Autumn Leaves by the way..

Good stuff,

BobM. :tup:
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Re: Blues of September: St James Infirmary

Post by jarvo » Tue Oct 01, 2013 11:24 am

Thanks for the feedback Bob.........Ab , that is a terrifying leap.....however when you have F minor chord up your sleeve to bolt to in case of "confidence crash" then its not as bad psychologically :lol: :b :ch

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