Coltrane changes to blues chart and track and analysis

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Just a quick blog today, But a great one with a great backing track for improvisers!

This starts as a common blues, but it adds interest by employing “Coltrane Changes” to the last 4 bars. A great compositional device that adds extra interest to a blues. It’s also a cool improvisational concept for the improviser whilst adding colour as a turnaround.

Coltrane changes to blues chart and track and analysis

Coltrane Chord chart analysis: Notice the C7alt [Alt Dom] for the Fm7 as the Coltrane changes set-up!

Coltrane changes to blues chart and track and analysis

Finally, here is the 12 Bar “Coltrane Blues” Chord Chart for jazz improvisation: 140 Bpm.

140 BPM

Coltrane changes to blues chart and track and analysis for improvisation

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