really started out as a lesson about two,
five, one, the importance of that in Jazz.
But, also, I'm also showing you here a
number of other things.
I'm showing you how to incorporate all
those other things we've been learning of,
of tenths and sevenths within two, five,
And we're also getting into the territory
now of understanding
how to play a bass line and a walking bass
And a bass line that moves a little bit,
when I was learning to play the guitar,
which I still am all the, all those years.
As, as, as time went on, I would learn
things not in, in little lessons.
As I, I would go on gigs and I, I, I'd
come away from a gig and say,
well, I really learned something on that
I learned I would learn about accompanying
some of the lead accompanying, soloing.
And, all these things became very
So sometimes, it's not very easy to to,
to teach a particular something like this
one in isolation, because you're gonna use
It's not gonna be used in isolation.
It's, it's, it's part, it's part of a
So, that's why I thought it be a good way
to show you that,
how two, five, one works, so you can hear
Now, you can now hear what a two five one
Another thing two five one does is it
It's a way of resolving.
maybe when you first started to play and
you played these kind of cords down there
and you were taught the G7th's.
If you play a G7th on it's own.
Sounds like it's gotta go somewhere.
That's another reason for
a two, five, one, is it resolves.
That's a five, one.
A two, five, one is just another
You can play it down here as well.
Okay, so in open guitar chords,
you can play D minor, G seventh, C.
That's a two, five, one.
You've, you've already been playing it,
I'm sure you have.
In the jazz context.
And of course,
you can then, once you have that, you can
play that in, in lots of different keys.
You can play in, in every key.
Now I'm also bringing to that some of the,
the tenths that we've, we've been doing.
just playing this for you so just, not for
you to copy this but just to get this in,
in, so that you can hear this and you can
feel this and you know what it does.
There's two, five one.
That's a three, six, two, five, one.
That's a bit more of an extension of it.
It's the same kind of thing.
You can play the sixth as a minor
or a major.
So, this is the sound.
So, let's play Satin Doll.
Here we go.
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