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Ted Ludwig’s Jazz ‘Lick of the Week’ #8

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In this installment of Ted Ludwig’s Jazz ‘Lick of the Week’, Ted takes a look at Side Slipping and Passing Tones.

This week’s episode features a line that has a slithery chromatic type of sound that I find appealing. The lick was intended to be played on an A-7, A-6 or D9 (13) chord. The combination of passing tones and side slipping creates tight intervallic textures that makes this line interesting to the ear.

Enjoy. And thanks for tuning in! See you next time.

Transcribed by Jacob Loreant

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