Please watch video above for a detailed analysis:
Today we will have a look at a I Vi [VI] ii V V I cadence with fusion chord substitutions.
For the first chord of C major we will employ: C6/9
For the A7 chord we will go a flattened 5th away with an Eb Triad over an E natural bass.
For the Dm7 chord we will use a 2nd inversion C triad over an F bass note. [Dm9/11 1st inversion]
For the first Dominant substitution we will go a flat 5 away again and use Db over a B bass:[as in an altered 1st inversion]
For the second dominant chord we will put the flattened 5th note [Db] in the bass with a G triad on top:
We finally resolve to a C Maj7#11 tonic chord:
Below is an example of an improvised line through these substituted chords:
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