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Lon, can you suggest some gypsy jazz? (Read 832 times)
Matchstikman
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Lon, can you suggest some gypsy jazz?
09/29/16 at 17:56:21
 
But, non-Django gyspy jazz.
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Re: Lon, can you suggest some gypsy jazz?
Reply #1 - 09/29/16 at 18:02:37
 
Have you heard much Gabor Szabo? His early Impulse releases are very Gysy-esque. I really like him. Try:







Gypsy jazz is a type of jazz I haven't pursued too much. Django is pretty much enough for me in many ways.



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Re: Lon, can you suggest some gypsy jazz?
Reply #2 - 09/29/16 at 18:06:28
 
Never heard of Gabor Szabo.  I'll check one of these out.  Thanks.
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Re: Lon, can you suggest some gypsy jazz?
Reply #3 - 11/10/16 at 06:59:50
 
Also, search youtube for "gypsy jazz play along" - there's loads on there and it's really handy because they've got the chord charts too.
As for the harmonic minor, can't help you, I'm just starting to try to learn Jazz manouche too.
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