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ii-V-I licks

Playlist curated by soundslice ∙ 34 slices and 15 musicians
Short ideas for this all-powerful and ever-present cadence.

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From the tune “Hootchie Koo” from Kenny Burrell’s 1961 album “Weaver of Dreams.” The album mostly consists of Kenny’s singing, but it has some good guitar playing too. More…
Manu1 · April 21, 2019

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Azuz · April 21, 2019

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A consequnce of 10 ii V I lines, using different techniques and styles. More…

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Scofield is such a badass. His time feel is incredible and makes bebop vocabulary sound modern. You can get the lines from here but I wasn't sure where to place his lines in the bar. Comments welcome More…

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Pat Metheny's opening lick to his solo on All The Things You Are. From the album Question and Answer (1989) More…

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So beautiful. Django outlines a substitute alt chord going from Eb to Eb7 into the bridge of “(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons,” from 1947. More…

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A nice double time over two 2 5 1s More…

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Nat swinging hard on the "Tea For Two" A section. More…

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This is episode 2 for the contrary motion lick slices series I've started last week.… More…
timguitar · Nov. 9, 2018

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A right hand minor-V-i lick from Cory Henry. More…

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Descending pattern of two notes descending, one ascending. Repeating every three notes. … More…
adrian · Jan. 22, 2018

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A little ii-V-I idea I made up to celebrate the launch of Soundslice channels. :) More…

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This is a lick inspired by #183 in Bert Ligon's "Connecting Chords with Linear Harmony" and is attributed to Bill Evans. … More…
Covering JakeEstner · May 11, 2018

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Application of Arpeggios from 7 position Major scales through the first A Section of the John Coltrane tune Lazy Bird.… More…