Last song in this piece. I would say this is a very blues oriented book. Except Del Sasser, Saudade and Jeanine, all them has blues changes. Jeannine does not, but it has a blues flavor, indeed. Another feature of this volume is the up tempo compositions, which are quite hard to improvise. I noticed that the iconic rhythm section (including the legendary bass player Sam Jones!) accelerates the time here and there, especially in "Jeannie" where they go a hundred miles faster at the end of the song. I believe it is part of the natural execution and feeling of playing jazz, so that was fun! Now I'm going to focus on Howard Robert Superchops ...