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LJS 259: 7 Steps for Not Getting Lost During Your Jazz...

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Welcome to episode 259 where today we're addressing a really common problem improvisers face, which is getting lost in the form while you are...

LJS 258: Experimenting with Your Improvisation (Practice Session)

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Welcome to episode 258 where today I'm having you sit in on a practice session where I explore a I-VI-ii-V chord progression, experimenting with...

LJS 257: 10 Life Skills I’ve Learned from Studying Jazz

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Welcome to episode 257 where today I discuss 10 life skills I've learned from studying jazz. In the process of studying this music, I've...

LJS 256: How to Develop a Jazz Solo (First Steps)

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Welcome to episode 256 where today I walk you through some different steps for beginning to develop a great jazz solo. A common mistake...

LJS 255: Why is Analyzing Jazz Standards Helpful for Improvisation?

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Welcome to episode 255 where today I'm sharing a short excerpt from a recent live Q&A call I had with my LJS Inner Circle...

LJS 254: How to Develop Great Time Feel 101

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Welcome to episode 254 where today we talk about how to develop a good time feel and a basic sense of rhythm. You can...

LJS 253: How to Know Which Scales to Play Over Jazz...

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Welcome to episode 253 where today we talk about scales and how to know which ones to play over chords and chord progressions within...

LJS 252: How to Start Improvising Effortlessly and Unleash Your Inner...

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Welcome to episode 252 where today we have on special guest saxophonist and recording artist Mike Casey to talk about his experience with achieving...

LJS 251: Internalizing Licks with Jam Tracks and Improving Your Musicality...

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Welcome to episode 251 where today we have on special guest guitarist and professional musician Quist. He shares with us his tips for internalizing...

LJS 250: How to ACTUALLY Achieve Your 2021 Jazz New Years...

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Welcome to episode 250 where today I talk about what makes a great jazz New Year Resolution that you will actually see through to...