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    Hello fellow guitar players. I am listening to this

    I cannot make up what he is playing at minute 2.27 after the Cm7 F7. There should be some Bmaj7 lines but I just cannot relate to any scale or arpeggio. Can somebody help me here? Thanks Enrico

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enricopg
    Hello fellow guitar players. I am listening to this

    I cannot make up what he is playing at minute 2.27 after the Cm7 F7. There should be some Bmaj7 lines but I just cannot relate to any scale or arpeggio. Can somebody help me here? Thanks Enrico
    The regular change would be Bbmaj7 but Dave's playing lines that suggest Bm7-E7/Bbm7-Eb7. It's a common chromatic descending ii-V sequence that leads to the following A-7(b5)-D7b9 progression. For an earlier reference, check the solo sections in Wynton Kelly's 1961 trio recording.

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    Yes, thats it. It fits very well. I could have never made it by myself. Thank you!

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    Sounds like he revisits that Bm7/E7 - Bbm/Eb7 idea with the chord solo that happens around 3:00 as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie2
    Sounds like he revisits that Bm7/E7 - Bbm/Eb7 idea with the chord solo that happens around 3:00 as well
    Yes, that's true. I did not notice that. Thank you!