Jazz Blues

JAZZ Up Your BLUES with Kirk Fletcher’s Tasty Guitar Moves! fretLIVE Lesson (Gospel/R&B/Jazz/Blues)

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Chapters:
➡️KIRK FLETCHER PLAYS:
Kirk’s first phrase: 0:00
Kirk’s second phrase into F/G Chord: 0:06
Kirk’s third phrase into G7 sharp 5 Chord: 0:11
Kirk’s fourth phrase (I Chord): 0:18
Kirks’s Mixolydian/Diatonic run: 0:22
Kirk’s C Minor Pentatonic Lick: 0:25
Kirk plays F9 to F sharp dim7: 0:28
Kirk’s Chromatic Walk down from C7 to A7: 0:30
Kirk’s VI to ii lick: 0:35
Kirk’s ii-V-I licks: 0:39
Kirk’s turnaround riff to V7: 0:51
Kirk’s BB Box riff: 0:53
➡️KIRKS RIFFS/CHORDS LESSON INTRO:
Lesson Intro and overview from Gary: 0:58
Pow Music Lessons Mission Statement Ideas – why fretLIVE?: 2:34
TAB and Live Lessons for Patrons Overview: 2:55
➡️PHRASE BY PHRASE LESSON AND ANALYSIS:
Kirk’s first phrase lesson: 4:01
Kirk’s second phrase into F/G Chord Lesson: 6:08
Kirk’s third phrase into G7 sharp 5 Chord Lesson: 8:01
Kirk’s fourth phrase (I Chord) Lesson: 10:54
Kirks’s Mixolydian/Diatonic run Lesson: 12:53
Kirk’s C Minor Pentatonic Lick Lesson: 14:54
Kirk plays F9 to F sharp dim7 Lesson: 16:04
Kirk’s Chromatic Walk down from C7 to A7 Lesson: 17:23
How JAZZ BLUES differs from Typical Blues Part 1: 18:40
Kirk’s VI to ii lick Lesson: 20:56
Kirk’s ii-V-I licks Lesson: 21:35
Kirk’s turnaround riff to V7 Lesson: 23:49
➡️JAZZ BLUES FORM LESSON:
In Depth Explanation of Jazz Blues form vs. typical Form: 23:59
PLAY THROUGH/Backing Track of Jazz Blues Form: 25:24
Gary’s example of “workshopping” Kirk’s ideas over a loop: 26:12
BONUS – Kirk’s BB Box Riff: 26:57
➡️LESSON OUTRO
Gary’s Goodbye Message and CHALLENGE: 27:35
SPECIAL THANKS to Pow Music Patrons: 27:55

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Third Stone From the Sun Lesson (Hendrix): https://youtu.be/rqg7H_eIGv4
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Master the Main the 2.5 Shapes: https://youtu.be/0Dh8aGffCaI
Use the 2×2 Pentatonic Method: https://youtu.be/vdQUlSmDqhs
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