Welcome to episode 29 of the LJS Podcast where today we are introducing Jazz Challenge #4 of our 4 part series of jazz challenges. These challenges will be leading up to the release of our first eCourse 30 Days to Better Jazz Playing in October 2016. Today’s challenge is to learn a new jazz lick. Listen in!
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In this episode
What is a “lick”?
Benefits of learning jazz licks by ear.
Importance of repetition.
Be able to play it with the recording.
Brent’s lick for the week.
Sonny Rollins lick on “Without a Song”
Starts at 1:30