Need a cool lick to play over a jazz turnaround? Great! Here’s a new jazz piano lesson video on playing a turnaround lick.
I recommend you watch the video tutorial first and then scroll down for a bunch of extra tips and resources for you to learn jazz.
The lesson features a lick in the key of Eb. Although there are many common jazz turnarounds this particular lesson specifically features a I VI II V I chord progression).
You’ll find this chord progression in many jazz standards. They’ll use this chord progression at the end of a tune to get back to the top of the form or use it in the middle to get back to the I chord.
So, having a lick to play over this chord progression will be very useful for you. The chords in this lesson are Ebmaj7 – C7 -Fm7-Bb7.
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