Love is supreme and unconditional; like is nice but limited.
Dm7 G7 Dm7 G7 Cigarrette holder, which wigs me, Em7 A7 Em7 A7 Over her shoulder, she digs me, Cm/Eb D7 Abm7 C#7 C7 - C#dim Out cattin' that Satin Doll. Baby shall we go out shippin', Careful amigo, you're flippin', Speaks latin, that Satin Doll. C Gm7 C7 She's nobody's fool, Gm7 C7 Fmaj7 So I'm playin' it cool as can be. Am7 D7 I'll give it a whirl, Am7 D7 G7 But ain't for no girl catchin' me! Telephone numbers, well, you know, Doing my rhumbas with Uno, And that 'n' my Satin Doll. Exit: D7 - G7 - C7
If you love Duke Ellington, you'll want to check out this very cool book.
I have it in my library and refer to the songs often.
The Best Jazz Standards Ever (Best Ever) You know, one should spend at least 15-30 on improvisational practice exercises on a daily basis. Make time to sit and play your piano and
little by little, you'll see tremendous progress with hand and eye
coordination. Plus, you'll be hearing yourself playing faster!
You might want to check out this resource:
Improve Your Piano PlayingAccess Free Piano Tutorials Here
Download Free Halloween Music and Songs
Stay safe folks and enjoy the evening surrounded by good music and fun times!
"Jazz washes away the dust of every day life." -- Art Blakey