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Recorda Me Analysis.
So, I'm gonna try to put these to example,
and
into use on a song called Record,
made by the great Joe Henderson,
great saxophone player.
[SOUND] This song is
really cool because it,
it goes up just in, modulation.
A minor 3rd up right away.
There's no real connection other
than it just jumps up a minor 3rd.
It starts off a minor,
[SOUND] A minor chord.
The next four bars is
[SOUND] on a C minor 7 chord.
And then that turns to a 2, 5 to B flat.
Turn that into a 2, 5 to A flat,
[MUSIC]
turn that into 2, 5 going to G flat,
[MUSIC]
and then up a half step, [SOUND] 2,
5 to F.
So you can see how,
the way it's moving down the neck,
[MUSIC]
is a perfect chance to go across the neck
with some of these chromatic
connections and pivots.
[MUSIC]