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Thread: Lage Lund comp on green dolphin street

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    Lage Lund comp on green dolphin street

    on green dolphin street melody (key : Eb) .
    Last edited by cano; 10-16-2013 at 04:16 PM.
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    Thanks for all these Lage Lund transcriptions Philippe!
    I have loved this Green Dolphin Street performance since it first appeared on YouTube.

    I'm really looking forward to seeing Lund play here next week.

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    Very cool. Thanks.

    I tried to analyze the voicings and what type of chords they represent. There are more that one solution to this, but here is my interpretation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gersdal View Post
    Very cool. Thanks.

    I tried to analyze the voicings and what type of chords they represent. There are more that one solution to this, but here is my interpretation.
    very good , go further please !

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    Quote Originally Posted by cano View Post
    very good , go further please !
    Oh. There's a page 2 also Didn't see it first. Here's the rest... except for the last chord. Not sure what to do with that. Could be a Emaj13 as a substitute for Bb7, but that is a heavy sub so I guess it would have to be agreed with the bass player. Can't figure out what the bass player does exactly... I'll check more later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gersdal View Post
    Oh. There's a page 2 also Didn't see it first. Here's the rest... except for the last chord. Not sure what to do with that. Could be a Emaj13 as a substitute for Bb7, but that is a heavy sub so I guess it would have to be agreed with the bass player. Can't figure out what the bass player does exactly... I'll check more later.
    Emaj7/6 with fifth on bass , and same chord with the roots .
    measure 28 is C7/b9 but it works if you look at this chord like a Eb.
    Ciao !

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    Thank you Cano for all this great Lage transcriptions! Great work.

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    Can't see the link, could anyone please upload again? Thanks!

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    Can someone repost this?

    Oops, just realized this is from 2012.

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    I hope that I have not over stepped my bounds by re-posting this material here. Mods - if I have, please let me know and I will remove the file - assuming I uploaded it properly and folks can actually see it (I don't post much).

    Obviously, this is the work of Phillipe Canovas. It was a very generous donation to this site and all of his transcriptions were quite helpful to me. Thank you, Mr. Canovas!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MBWendel View Post
    I hope that I have not over stepped my bounds by re-posting this material here. Mods - if I have, please let me know and I will remove the file - assuming I uploaded it properly and folks can actually see it (I don't post much).

    Obviously, this is the work of Phillipe Canovas. It was a very generous donation to this site and all of his transcriptions were quite helpful to me. Thank you, Mr. Canovas!
    Thanks!

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    I wish I could get the, Along Came Betty transcription that was posted once before.

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