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Lennon and McCartney

Jazz Play-Along Volume 29

By John Lennon

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Lennon and McCartney (Jazz Play-Along Volume 29). By John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and The Beatles. For E§ Instruments, C Instruments, B-flat Instruments. Jazz Play Along. Play Along. Softcover with CD. 80 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.843022).

ISBN 0634068466. Play Along. 9x12 inches.

For use with all Bb, Eb and C instruments, the Jazz Play-Along Series is the ultimate learning tool for all jazz musicians. With musician-friendly lead sheets, melody cues and other split-track choices on the included CD, this first-of-its-kind package makes learning to play jazz easier than ever before. FOR STUDY, each tune includes a split track with: Melody cue with proper style and inflection • Professional rhythm tracks • Choruses for soloing • Removable bass part • Removable piano part.

FOR PERFORMANCE, each tune also has: An additional full stereo accompaniment track (no melody) • Additional choruses for soloing. Includes 10 songs: And I Love Her • Blackbird • Come Together • Eleanor Rigby • The Fool on the Hill • Here, There and Everywhere • Lady Madonna • Let It Be • Ticket to Ride • Yesterday.

About Hal Leonard Jazz Play Along

For use with all Bb, Eb, and C instruments, the JAZZ PLAY ALONG SERIES is the ultimate learning tool for all jazz musicians. With musician-friendly lead sheets, melody cues, and other split-track choices on the included CD, this first-of-its-kind package makes learning to play jazz easier than ever before. FOR STUDY, each tune includes a split track with: * Melody cue with proper style and inflection * Professional rhythm tracks * Choruses for soloing * Removable bass part * Removable piano part. FOR PERFORMANCE, each tune also has: * An additional full stereo accompaniment track (no melody) * Additional choruses for soloing.

  • And I Love Her 
  • Come Together 
  • Blackbird 
  • Eleanor Rigby 
  • The Fool On The Hill 
  • Lady Madonna 
  • Let It Be 
  • Ticket To Ride 
  • Yesterday 
  • Here, There And Everywhere 

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  • April 10, 2007 Beatles' Tunes Given New Flavor

    The Lennon and McCartney tunes included in the Hal Leonard book were given a slightly new aire via the jazz idiom. I especially liked "And I Love Her". I had never thought of giving that Beatle standard a Latin feel. I really liked the example the tenor saxophonist on the...

    play-a-long gave of "Ticket to Ride". After listening to the original Beatle version again, I'm not so sure that the two aren't that different, except that the play-a-long swung just a bit harder and had a cooler timbre. I've heard the opinion of some that were originally steeped in rhythm-and-blues playing that the Beatles were a little jazzy or lended themselves to jazz, but some of the examples given on the play-a-long were really quite clever. Not only were "And I Love Her" and "Ticket to Ride" cleverly done, but I felt "Here, There, and Everywhere" was also very novel.

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