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Davy Mooney explores Wayne Shorter’s “Fee Fi Fo Fum” and explains the tune’s combination of blues harmony and functional progressions.

In this video, Mooney explores Wayne Shorter’s “Fee Fi Fo Fum,” from “Speak No Evil.” He explains his approach to the tune’s combination of blues harmony and functional progressions, as well as some of the harmonic curve balls that Shorter throws into the mix.

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