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    From Belgium -Europa with friehdship...
    My version, quickly done, with casualties, wounded and death...

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    Jean-Pierre, awesome rendition...and from Belgium, Django's country! Thanks!

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    Apologies, All, if posting this is not in the spirit of this thread- I tip my hat to those who post their playing, and I would if I could!

    Posted this in the Paul Glasse thread- it's my favorite!

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    That's awesome, Jean-Pierre, you've got that swinging rhythm in your bones and some interesting improvisation ideas. That is inspiration, thank you.
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    I thought I’d give it a try.


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    Wow! Alex, that was awesome!

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    Nice job Jean-Pierre and Alex!!
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    Way cool Alex, great playing. Equally impressive to me is the control over your left hand fingers. That 6" long pinkie is always hovering out over the fretboard. Seems impossible for me to control my pinkie and ring finger.
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    How inspiring!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul dirac View Post
    Apologies, All, if posting this is not in the spirit of this thread- I tip my hat to those who post their playing, and I would if I could!

    Posted this in the Paul Glasse thread- it's my favorite!
    Definitely Scrapple from the Apple at 1.40 - did I catch Donna Lee at about 1.23 ?

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    I took a crack this morning. Never really played this tune, but now it's all I want to play.
    Its a little meandering, but some stuff I dug when I listened back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul dirac View Post
    Apologies, All, if posting this is not in the spirit of this thread- I tip my hat to those who post their playing, and I would if I could!

    Posted this in the Paul Glasse thread- it's my favorite!
    One of the (many) things I get out of watching and listening to Paul play is his economy of motion. He always seems to be in the right spot on the fretboard and in position for the next movement. Great playing as always.

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    I've learned so much in the past month or so, trying to listen and learn so I could get my head wrapped around these new voicings. This is all very new to me but I've been listening to a lot of different versions, a lot more jazz, reading the post, playing bits along the way. It all came together, you be the judge of that, this morning. And since I'm on vacation this week, I had time to work on it & get it recorded.



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    Well, I gave it a go today! I've been working up licks that I've been posting for the past week. Hope y'all enjoy..... PS if you want the tabs for the licks listed through out the tune, they are free on my website in the signature link below!


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    I want to extend my gratitude to Pete for providing the material and backup files for this. I am just learning of the jazz tune of the month today (Dec 29) but I will certainly be active from this point forward. Great stuff.

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    Yes, thanks Pete!

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