#3
Charlie Parker's "Ornithology" and "Honeysuckle Rose" (Not sure who it's by). If you want a tab or Power tab/Guitar pro for either or both of them, PM me.
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#4
Well, good luck finding tabs anywhere, but "Loie" by Kenney Burrell is one I have my eye on. It's a really great tune.
#5
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Charlie Parker's "Ornithology" and "Honeysuckle Rose" (Not sure who it's by). If you want a tab or Power tab/Guitar pro for either or both of them, PM me.

Those songs are pretty hard. Charlie Parker played complicated solos.

Blue Monk and Take Five are probably the easiest to learn. A lot of west coast jazz is a bit simpler than bop or other forms.
#6
Take Five
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#7
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Those songs are pretty hard. Charlie Parker played complicated solos.

Blue Monk and Take Five are probably the easiest to learn. A lot of west coast jazz is a bit simpler than bop or other forms.

Honesuckle Rose is crap easy.
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#8
take 5 as mentioned is easy once you get your head around the 5/4 time.

Try getting your hand on a real book if possible. More tunes there than you could ever need.
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#10
"Beautiful Love" by Bill Evans, although I play it a little bit less swingy, kind of like the "Angel Para Trio" version, I also liked Jim Hall's and Petrucciani's version of it, I'm sure you'll find plenty of videos on youtube if you search "Beautiful Love".

"Nature Boy" By Joe Pass and Ella Fitzgerald

"Chu Chu" by Paquito D'Rivera, if you take time to digest that song you won't regret it, he's a genius.

"Softly as a morning sunrise" is a very good one too. I found a video that may or may not be useful to you. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSz9kPA2nR4
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