A private investigator on his first assignment is tasked with uncovering a drug-manufacturing operation in a small town in northern Ohio, while he also deals with a new romantic relationship back home in Flagstaff.
Follows the events of "Favor For a Favor."
Hey you! Yeah YOU...ever get tongue-tied or froze when you're under pressure to SAY and DO the right thing at the right time, like you're sweating with the spotlight and all eyes on you to say something clever and meaningful, or to maneuver gracefully out of a predicament without embarrassing yourself? That's where improvisation can help, by training you to think faster and better on your feet.
“How to Get More Ideas while Improvising Jazz” focuses on enhancing the purely creative aspects of jazz improvisation. Each chapter is geared to the intermediate jazz player who may run out of ideas while improvising or who seeks to improvise more creatively. Fifty techniques are presented which directly exercise improvisational creativity and the capacity to receive inspiration.
You can learn to improvise by substituting 6th, minor, 7th, major 7th, augmented and diminished chords in place of basic chords. Graphics illustrate chords and voicings and all 12 Keys are shown as scales plus 2 chords probably used in a song (IV and V) plus "maybe" chord. Sample songs are included. One is "When You Need Me I'll Be There" and coupon code in book lets you obtain sheet music free.