Jazz Guitarist John Stowell performs Tapioca Time and provides the music for an example in open-string voicings, close intervals, and double stops.
“My songs begin as short comping explorations that I extrapolate out into tunes. My goal in sharing them with you is to introduce you to some new sounds and inversions in the context of a melody and some voice leading. I favor pianistic sounds that employ open-string voicings, close intervals, and double stops. All of these sounds are in evidence in my tune “Tapioca Time” – John Stowell
Tapioca Time (for Lou)
By John Stowell
John Stowell has two new CDs – Trio Linguae/“Signals” and Scenes/“Trapeze” – both on the Origin Label. Check them out at (www.johnstowell.com).
John also has lessons on Mike’s Masterclasses site including many new collaboration lessons with Tim Lerch, Steve Herberman, Genil Castro, Sheryl Bailey, Sean McGowan, Mike Godette, and others.