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Funk groove 1 →
A slow funk groove built around a ‘4-3’ bluesy double-stop.
Includes an additional section, ‘Jamming on the fly: creating your own grooves’, demonstrating how to begin improvising your own grooves by starting simple. Mute my keyboard to jam along with the drums yourself.
Funk groove 2
An up-tempo funk groove, with a focus on interplay between the hands.
Funk groove 3
A medium tempo funk groove over A dominant 7.
Includes a look at a Mixolydian ‘chord scale’ that is formed if we continue moving the groove’s main voicing up and down the dominant 7 scale.
Funk groove 4 (12-bar blues)
A funk groove over a twelve-bar blues in G major.
Funk groove 5 →
A minor-key funk groove featuring a couple of glissandos.
Funk groove 6
A minor-key groove, built on moving a chord down the B Dorian scale.
Plus an example of practising a ‘chord scale’ with a groove.
Funk groove 7
A slow, eight-bar funk groove.
Includes two recordings: acoustic piano and electric piano.