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2017-12-07 [E] [D]
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Cm7     F13b9     |  BbM7   EbM7   |  Am7b5 D7alt    |  Gm7   E7b5  |
Am7b5   D7alt     |  Gm7    Gm7/F  |  Em7b5 Eb13#11  |  Am7b5 D7    |
Em7b5   A7alt     |  D13    Ab7#9  |  G9sus G7b9     |  Cm7   G7b9  |
Cm7     Ebm9 Ab9  |  D7alt  G7b9   |  Cm9   F13b9    |  Bb9   Db13  |
 
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2017-02-06 [E] [D]
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Always something breathtakingly beautiful to discover from the man: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6_0oRgZvJQ.

For some unofficial sheets, look at this post

2016-12-23 [E] [D]
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The chord theme repeats the following for chords:


Em | Bm/D | Bsus4/C# C#+7 | Bsus4/F# B+7

Or sort of ... :p Just check the lead sheets above for a more accurate description

2016-10-12 [E] [D]
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Fm7  Bbm7     Eb7                       Abmaj7
You are the promised kiss of springtime
          Dbmaj7                G7            Cmaj7
That makes the lonely winter seem long.

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2016-09-07 [E] [D]
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Chick Corea seems to come here quite often (well, he has a busy schedule) I like his playing, so whenever I have the chance to go, I'll be there -- especially if it's in a beautiful and small cosy venue like Openluchttheater Rivierenhof!

Today he was there with famous bass player Avishai Cohen and drummer Marcus Gilmore.

Stream it!

When you can hear a relevant musician, whom your parents have danced to in their youths, then you know you are dealing with a living legend. Like Van Morrison :)

Also at the Lokerse Feesten was Arno, one of Belgian's rock heroes! What a day :)

Obviously, I have a recording for each of them at http://audio.jerous.org/2016-lokerse-feesten! The Arno one is of very lousy quality though.

2016-08-05 [E] [D]
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(Based on lead sheet, source1)

Verse 1:
Dm              Dm/C#
No moon at all, what a night --
D7/C                     G/B
Even lightnin' bugs have dimmed their lights;
E-7b5/Bb
Stars have disappeared from sight,
Dm/A                   A7   Dm   A7
And there's no moon at all.

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2016-07-10 [E] [D]
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[Intro]

G Am7 G/B G


[Verse 1]

G        Am7             G/B     G
Blackbird singing in the dead of night
C          A7/C#   D7       B7/D#      Em    Gaug/Eb
Take these broken wings and learn to fly
G/D A7/C#   C  Cm 
All your life
G/B           A7/C#            Am7/D D7       G
You were only waiting for this moment to arise


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2016-06-15 [E] [D]
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key: G

Introduction: C Cm G G/F# E7 C D G Bm Am7 D7  

C                           E7 
All of me, why not take all of me?  
A7                             B         Bm7b5   E7    
Can't you see, I'm no good without you.  


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2016-05-18 [E] [D]
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What happens after formal elements have been addressed? Break stuff!

Vijay Iyer calls the break “a span of time in which to act. It’s the basis for breakdowns, breakbeats, and break dancing... it can be the moment when everything comes to life.” A number of the pieces here are breakdowns of other Iyer constructions. Some are from a suite premiered at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, some derive from Open City, a collaboration with novelist Teju Cole and large ensemble. The trio energetically recasts everything it touches. “Hood” is a tribute to Detroit techno pioneer Robert Hood. On “Work”, Vijay pays homage to his “number one hero”, Thelonious Monk. “Countdown” reconsiders the classic Coltrane tune inside a rhythmic framework inspired by West African music. “Mystery Woman” is driven by compound pulses which owe a debt to South Indian drumming. Fast moving and quick-witted, the group has developed a strong musical identity of its own, with an emphasis on what Iyer calls “co-constructing”, exploring all the dynamics of playing together. Yet the three players also get abundant solo space and, in a reflective moment at the album’s centre, Iyer plays a moving version of Billy Strayhorn’s “Blood Count” alone. Break Stuff, recorded in June 2014 at New York’s Avatar Studio and produced by Manfred Eicher, is the third ECM release from Vijay Iyer. It follows the chamber music recording Mutations and the film-and-music project Radhe Radhe: Rites of Holi. http://player.ecmrecords.com/vijay-2420

Listen to the Trio perform it [http://audio.jerous.org/2016-vit/].

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