Best Lumpymusic podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Music Camp With Lumpy: Jazz Standard Playalongs (2018-05-21 22:14:49 +0000 UTC)
 
Music Camp With Lumpy: My Kid Wants to Go To Berklee (2017-11-20 15:50:56 +0000 UTC)
 
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12 bar blues, as in Route 66 or any other 12 bar blues. Eb Major at 140 bpm. Band shots in the middle chorus at the usual places. Extended to 5 additional chorus repeats so students can practice playing the MELODY and/or SOLO, this time with a LATIN feel.If you want to learn this stuff in person, and you're in Phoenix, I'm over here - www.Lumpy ...…
 
Bobby Troup's classic variant on 12 bar blues. Piano, bass, guitar and drums. Several chorus repeats, intro and ending. Prepared originally for one of my vocal students. Obviously useful for anyone on any instrument wanting to practice MELODY and/or SOLOING.If you want to learn this stuff in person, and you're near Phoenix, drop me a line at Lu ...…
 
Perhaps the most frequently called tune in any jazz jam. Harry Warren's Classic in the appropriate Real Book key, at a comfortably quick tempo of 165. This accompaniment play along track is designed for students to practice MELODY and SOLOing. Five trips through the chorus, with a couple of suprises here and there. One chorus is deliberately ch ...…
 
Bluesette by Toots Thielemans, the quintessential jazz waltz. This version is designed for jazz students to practice MELODY and SOLOING over the changes in the real book. Chorus repeats ten times total. Song includes 8 bar intro and 3 outs ending.May I suggest...Practice..:-)Thanks - Craig 'Lumpy' Lemke - LumpyMusic.com…
 
This is the TUTORIAL for the Straight No Chaser play-along track.The play-along backing track, without the tutorial comments and brilliant jokes, is at -https://youtu.be/2arRntbEsCAThe same backing track is used in both podcasts. It's F blues mm=190, Piano, Bass, Drums and Guitar, five trips through the two part chorus.Each time through the 24 ...…
 
This is the backing play-along track ONLY for Straight No Chaser.There is a tutorial available at -https://youtu.be/xZOKsHn5g4YIt uses the same backing track along with my description of how I might approach learning, arranging or playing this tune.Exactly what it's like in my private lessons with jazz students or like my own private practice s ...…
 
This is the TUTORIAL to accompany the straight backing track for play along. That track, without the yacking and discussion, is available here -https://youtu.be/1An0ESCUsZIFeel free to leave suggestions about other song titles you'd like to hear me dissect.If you're in Scottsdale and you want to take private lessons, find me at LumpyMusic.com…
 
This is the play along backing tracks ONLY for Fly Me To The Moon, Am, tempo 140. No voice over of me yacking. The same track, with TUTORIAL and bad jokes, is at -https://youtu.be/1An0ESCUsZI Orchestration is Guitar, Piano, Bass, Drums, Alto Sax. Five times through the verse/chorus, each repeat in a slightly different style or instrumentation.P ...…
 
This is the breakdown of how I play the tune L.O.V.E. as if for audition for school or professional jazz band or stage band.The same backing track, withOUT tutorial comments, is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksR0col3PBIDownload that track and you can use it to learn, rehearse, and audition.Let me know if there are other tunes you ...…
 
Jazz standard, Nat King Cole hit, Love. Includes countoff intro and simple ending. Designed for stage band audition back track, there's a section with bass and drums only, no comping. There's also a 2 measure tuti rest with metronome click near the final chorus.This is the BACKING TRACK ONLY. No yacking from me, except for counting off the tune ...…
 
Lumpy plays, then dissects, then re-assembles the jazz standard "All The Things You Are" as an audition piece for high school or college stage band try-outs, music major audition or professional musician application. Plus - Join the CraigsList Diva Backup Band and get free lunch. As long as you don't want to get paid and promise not to work for ...…
 
Berklee becomes "Just Berklee". The Boston Conservatory buys in. Tuition for Opera singers is twice what it is for jazz players. I'll be there in 20 minutes.By lumpyandlisa@gmail.com (Lumpy).
 
College music professors tell inner city kids they can win a grammy and all they need is an iPhone.By lumpyandlisa@gmail.com (Lumpy).
 
Lumpy learned to say "YES" to a job request even before the director finished asking.By lumpyandlisa@gmail.com (Lumpy).
 
Teen guitar students - Takes lessons from OTHER teen guitar students who don't know what they're doing - OR - Take lessons from someone who knows how to play ANYTHING on the guitarBy lumpyandlisa@gmail.com (Lumpy).
 
Really? A Berklee official video tells us that the quarter million you spend to be a fabulous musician could also prepare you for med school? On the bright side, practicing for hours actually DOES pay off.By lumpyandlisa@gmail.com (Lumpy).
 
Before spending a quarter million dollars on tuition, maybe have a serious THINK about what it is you want to DO in the music industry. You COULD save 250 Grand. On the other hand, you COULD make millions. Better choose up front.By lumpyandlisa@gmail.com (Lumpy).
 
Every college and university gives you only a cursory intro to your career. Music college is no different. You don't get the good parking spots till you've been in the trenches a whileBy lumpyandlisa@gmail.com (Lumpy).
 
Send my kid to Berklee to be a musician? Or let him work @ StarBucks - Or - Do What Lumpy Did - Music Camp PodCast ExcerptBy lumpyandlisa@gmail.com (Lumpy).
 
Lisa reads the audition requirements direct from the Berklee admissions informationBy lumpyandlisa@gmail.com (Lumpy).
 
Music Camp PodCast Excerpt - Listener wants to know how to prepare for Berklee School of MusicBy lumpyandlisa@gmail.com (Lumpy).
 
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