Watermelon Man (Play-Along)

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, January 15, 2014
  • We made this play-along and others like it to help further serve our jazz audience at Learn Jazz Standards, and we did that by using a great piece of software that we recommend as a practice tool called Band-in-a-Box! (See link below)

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  • Source: https://youtu.be/qv1jIQEki14

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  • Learn Jazz Standards

    Learn Jazz Standards

     a years ago +1

    Hey! Hope you enjoy your practicing session. Feel free to post a video of you jamming along below! We made this backing track with a cool practice tool called Band-in-a-Box. If you want to check out all the things you can do with it click here: https://www.learnjazzstandards.com/band-in-a-box/

  • Ethan Zeccola

    Ethan Zeccola

     6 months ago

    F7, Bb7 are the main chords with a little run going from C7, B7 and then Bb7

  • Miky Carelli

    Miky Carelli

     8 months ago

    Hello track Speed please

  • marktarmannpiano

    marktarmannpiano

     a years ago

    very wrong drum part, the different instrument parts don't blend at all. the keyboard, as always on these tracks terrible not jazzy or funky phrasing. the turnaround comping is ridiculous. it's clipped, staccato and sounds stupid band in a box in deed. crap Enter WATERMELON MAN (in caps) Backing Tack Herbie Hancock. You will get an Abersold track. With real jazz musicians playing on it.

  • Julia de Laat

    Julia de Laat

     a years ago

    I love the funky style of it!! Can I use the audio for my own sax cover? :)

  • AJ Vita

    AJ Vita

     3 years ago +1

    hi