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7 Levels of V7 Chords

Released Thursday, 4th March 2021
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On this week's episode, Peter and Adam take a deep-dive into one of the most commonly played chords in jazz tunes: the five-seven chord.
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7 Levels of V7 Chords
  1. Average Amadeus - "Mozart | Piano Sonata No. 16" / The Beatles | "Hey Jude"
  2. High 5 - Louis Armstrong | "West End Blues" / Professor Longhair | "Big Chief"
  3. Diminishing Returns - Charlie Parker | "Donna Lee" / Clifford Brown | "Joy Spring"
  4. Blue 9 - Miles Davis | "All Blues" / John Coltrane | "Cousin Mary"
  5. Kitchen Sink - Wayne Shorter | "Footprints" / Bill Evans | "On Green Dolphin Street"
  6. Sus It Out - Roy Hargrove | "Firm Roots" / Herbie Hancock | "Gentle Thoughts"
  7. Bill's Decadent Diminished - Bill Evans | "Waltz For Debby"

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Season
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