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New JGT Guitar Lesson: Considering “Falling Grace”

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In this video, Davy Mooney considers Steve Swallow’s “Falling Grace,” the gateway tune to modern jazz! He references the original version on Gary Burton’s “The Time Machine,” as well as the Pat Metheny – Jim Hall duo version, Chick Corea and Burton on “Crystal Silence,” and John Scofield’s masterful rendition on “Swallow Tales.”


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Check out Davy’s album on Sunnyside, “Davy Mooney and the Hope of Home Band Live at National Sawdust”.

Davy Mooney’s “Into the Labyrinth: An Anatomy of Position Playing for Jazz Guitar”

Davy’s Mel Bay book “Personalizing Jazz Vocabulary

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