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Whether you’re a budding artist or an avid jazz listener who is curious about how music “comes together”, this video is a MUST-WATCH! The producers did something magical… they gave you insights into the artists, the engineers, even the drum and piano technicians. I just loved Jeffrey’s narration, and the introductions he made to each of the players… it’s something you don’t often see in these types of “behind the scenes” videos… even the humorous comments (like Buster’s comment about the bass) are a part of clearly showing you that players are “real people”, too.
A comment from Clifford about “keeping the process as spontaneous as possible” is advice that those up and coming players I mentioned will learn more from than reading reams of books on jazz theory, and finally (after I’d watched this video – at least – ten times) I caught Jeffrey’s comment that – “if it isn’t fun – it ain’t worth doin'” – the sagest advice you’ll ever hear!
An absolutely critical video for players to watch, with excellent production values and “just the right length”. I give this a MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Now – do a few things…
1. make your own notes & feel free to scroll way down to the bottom of the article & add in any comments you may have… pro OR con.. to the artists… to me.. anything you want to say (realizing that I screen each & every comment, so while you can be “negative” if need be, don’t be “offensive”).
2. If you liked this video, I’ve no doubt that you’ll love the CD it was produced for – BRIDGES… you can purchase it direct from Clifford’s site, or via the Amazon link below…
3. Watch the video again – & have FUN!
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