Re: Introduction and Inquery
- View SourceHey David and Charles,
Thanks a lot for the advice and info! I will be looking into these shortly.
Shalom veChag Sameach,
--- In RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com, "David W. Littlefield" <dwlit@...> wrote:
> Hi Yehoshua. Welcome to Red Hot Jazz email list.
> 2 aspects:
> 1. To learn the style, listen to recordings on http://redhotjazz.com
> 2. If you have good ears you can learn the tunes--melodies and
> chords--as you learn the style.
> 3. If you need the use music to learn tunes, I created two fake books--
> "Dixieland Fake Book Vols. 1 & 2"
> My website is
> click on Books.
> I attached my essay on dixieland rhythm, and my list of basic tunes,
> both of which are in Vol. 1.
> --Dave "Sheik" Littlefield
> At 04:48 AM 10/1/2009, you wrote:
> >Hello all. My name is Yehoshua, I live in Israel, and it's a
> >pleasure to be part of this wonderful group. I'm a beginner in Red
> >Hot Jazz, thanks mostly to the music of Leon Redbone. I've got a few
> >questions and I'd be gratful to anybody who can help me:
> >1) Are there any podcasts or downloadable radio shows that deal with
> >this topic, presenting it and explaining it, its history and
> >developement, masters, etc.?
> >2) As a guitar player, how can I learn to play in the hot jazz
> >style? Any recommended books? I'm talking more specifically about
> >rhythm guitar. And what sort of gear might be recommended to capture
> >the early Jazz sound?
> >Hope my questions are not out of place or issues that hae already
> >been explored and exhausted in previous posts.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]