3 Full Length DVDs…
A Huge Physical Black Book of Jazz Standards (over 230)
Plus, Clay’s Real Easy Jazz Guidebook
Check out out this sample clip:
The next song that we’re going to undertake is
“Here’s That Rainy Day” and this is a beautiful song.
It’s often played as a ballad, sometimes it’s played
as a bossa nova. This affords us another opportunity
to do a chord melody, because this song just lays-out
really nicely for chord melody and it’s a fairly easy
one to learn.
Our first chord in this song is a G-major chord and
our first melody note is a D. That happens to lay really
nicely with this position of your G-major chord and G-major key.
Now, you’ll notice the next section; right away, you
still have a D melody note, but your chord is B-flat-7.
So we know from our very first lessons that B-flat-7
indicates that we’re moving into another key. That B-flat-7
is the five chord of the key of E-flat.
It’s straight over here to E-flat.
And then your next chord is A-flat-major-7.
Hi, this is Claude Johnson and you just got done watching
some sample clips of the “Real Easy Jazz Guitar Course”.
It’s going to be an awesome course.