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Alex Dean Presents: TENOR MADNESS
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Sign in. Normally, players will take it at a medium-up tempo, but you can learn it slower and add your own chordal ornamentation.
As a rule of thumb with any tune, make sure you are ready to play it in a variety of tempos and settings. Also, be prepared to cover all the bases: comping, walking, melody and soloing. Here are some very basic shapes that you can use to begin comping over Tenor Madness. This isn't a chord melody so much as it is the melody with little chord stabs here and there.
This is a nice thing to practice over melodies and your own improvisations as well. Check out our lesson on Straight, No Chaser for a nice comping etude over a blues. Tenor Madness: Single-Note Solo.
Here's a quick chorus over the blues. The important thing to note is the use of the 9 to the 3rd of the chord. More simply, we are making use of going from the b3 to the 3 of the chord. This is common in blues language. Here is a nice little backing track for you to practice some of the material covered here!
We'll use the same track as Blue Monk since it's a blues as well.