By Toby Wine
1001 Blues Licks provides 1001 riffs in quite a few blues types to be performed in the regular 12-bar layout. this can be the right e-book for novices looking a well-organized, easy-to-follow encyclopedia of blues licks, in addition to consummate pros who are looking to take their wisdom of the blues to new heights.
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As stated earlier, Coltrane’s poem also forms the structure of the final movement of A Love Supreme, where the musical line mirrors the phraseology of his written text. As such, the movement E L AT I O N — E L E G A N C E — E X A LTAT I O N [ 29 ] is a musical manifestation of Coltrane’s poem “spoken” through his saxophone. The “drugs to divinity” binary in this context provides a very powerful motivation for the artist and a strong narrative for fans to latch on to. And yet, from 1965 to his death in 1967, Coltrane was certainly performing under the influence of LSD.
As a product of genius, the birth of A Love Supreme mirrors other artistic narratives from the myth of Beethoven as the isolated genius, to Stravinsky describing himself as a vessel through which the Rite of Spring flowed. The creation myth associated with A Love Supreme is enhanced by the assertion that, for the first time in his career, Coltrane produced a perfectly conceived composition prior to entering the studio. This not only provides A Love Supreme with a unique status in relation to other Coltrane outputs, but also confirms Coltrane as the sole composer: this work is not about collaboration or group dynamics; it is a personal account of Coltrane’s conversance with, and devotion to, God.
And yet, when Jimmy Garrison enters, there is clearly some confusion about the feel and timing of the main motif as the bassist misses the rhythmic pickup to the A Love Supreme theme: in contrast to the studio recording, Garrison [ 34 ] Beyond A Love Supreme starts to play the A Love Supreme motif on the first beat of the bar as opposed to a quaver anacrusis that leads into the downbeat of the following bar. Again, these types of errors occur in live settings and are often exacerbated by the fact that other social factors, from background noise to reverberation, have an impact on musicians and their ability to hear each other.
1001 Blues Licks: For All Treble Clef Instruments by Toby Wine