#1
so i have been really trying to get into some slow loungey kind of jazz. and i was wondering if anyone had any advice on how to achieve such a sound/ mood.


basically the stuff along these lines...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eO6RlTcAs-U

The things im hoping to learn here would things like certain scales/modes that are particular to this type of "blue jazz" as well as progressions, chords, and people to look into.


also any other tips or subtle things i can do to sound authentic, i would be really appreciative.


Thanks for the help.
#2
hi playdoh,
thats a great video there ,
the solo kept returning back to blues scale.
for turnarounds i think i heard some triads of dominant 13 chords :
in C :
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and dominant 7th arpeggios
descending in semitones.
the blues scale in octaves
.
i hope this starts you off in the right direction
#3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjWCgHDPIKk&NR theres a good video.

On topic, Dominant 7ths, Major 7ths, minor 7ths, etc. I know its a brief explanation, I don't have much time. Scalewise, try the modes of major, Harm. Minor, Melodic Minor. But its alll in the phrasing.
DANNY

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#4
Indeed, this is the kind of jazz I wanted to be able to play, I know my modes and stuff, but how do I apply those into jazz and come out with this "loungy" style. :]