Welcome to episode 187 of the LJS Podcast where we conclude “Jazz Blues Month!” In this episode, I cover my philosophy on mastering musical material, and it especially applies to a jazz blues. No, it’s not a bunch of fancy licks, short cuts, and hacks. It’s real process. I dig into that and how you can start taking action.
Listen to episode 187
For the first time in the Learn Jazz Standards podcast history, I am re-recording an episode. This episode.
This is not the original version of the episode that I had planned and there’s a few reasons for that, I’ll go over a little bit later. But I wanted to be sure to make this episode special.
And I wanted to do it the right way to conclude “Jazz Blues Month!” here on the podcast, so I’m going to dive in today on the secret sauce for mastering a jazz blues.
This is really what it comes down for me, not just for the jazz blues, but with all the stuff that I do for becoming a better jazz musician. But it’s really going to tie together for jazz blues and we are going to close this thing up right.
In this episode:
1. Find a Community
2. Find a Mentor
3. Have a Process (THIS IS THE KEY)
I look forward to having you join me in the next episode!