Author Archives: Jason Lindsey

Aebersold Under The Sea

Aebersold Under The Sea

We are always receiving comments from musicians around the world on how jazz has affected their lives. More specifically, we continue to learn how Jamey and his dedication to jazz education has reached the lives of musicians all over the world. In this case, we’ve discovered that you don’t have to be in a practice room to unlock the secrets of jazz improvisation. Check out this short story.

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Jamey Aebersold

The Beat Goes On

Back in February, 2017, Jamey was the subject of another fantastic article by the News and Tribune, a community publication in Jamey’s hometown of New Albany, Indiana. Written by Elizabeth Beilman with photo credit to Josh Hicks, the article focuses on a little bit of Jamey’s history to his continuation of jazz education today. “The

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Blues Books & Jazz Blues Play-A-Longs at Jamey Aebersold and Jazzbooks.com

Red, White & Blues Sale

Save up to 70% on select blues books through February 22, 2017 at jazzbooks.com. Includes the very popular Real Blues Book by Hal Leonard. Getting started on the blues? Try “The Blues Scale” series where both the Blues scale and relative minor Blues scale are explained in detail and how they are used. Includes play

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Jazz Artist Transcription Sale at jazzbooks.com

Jazz Artist Transcriptions Sale

Save 20% on a wide range of popular transcription books through January 22, 2017 at jazzbooks.com. Chet Baker, David Liebman, JJ Johnson, Dexter Gordon, Paul Chambers, John Coltrane, Stan Getz, Art Tatum, Benny Carter, Chris Botti, Oscar Peterson, Sonny Rollins, Thelonious Monk, Wayne Shorter, Bud Powell, Billy Taylor, Cannonball Adderley, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock, Joe

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Saxophone Solos Vol. 2: Over Modal Classics

Review: Saxophone Solos. Vol. 2: Modal Classics

Professor of Music and Coordinator of Jazz Studies at William Paterson University, David Demsey, offers his insight on one of the newest and hottest Jamey Aebersold Jazz publications, “Saxophone Solos. Vol. 2: Modal Classics” by Tony DaGradi. This book and CD set is recommended for Intermediate and Advanced jazz saxophonists looking to expand their vocabulary and style and is a powerful followup to DaGradi’s previous Aebersold release, “Sax Solos Over Jazz Standards.”

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