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East Coast Love Affair?

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  2. Sandemose

    Here is Paul, member of this forum playing what I guess you´re looking for. Send him a mail via youtube perhaps? Good work Paul by the way.

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  4. wommusic
    Key Master

    It depends whether you are looking for the first version of ECLA from the album of the same title, or if you are looking for the version that Kurt plays on "Standards Trio: Reflections". The first version is in the Mel Bay book (which by the way is also available through our own store here: http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/shop/products/Mel-Bay-Presents-Kurt-Rosenwinkel-Trio-%252d-East-Coast-Love-Affair-Guitar-Transcriptions.html) but the 2nd version is not out in an official transcription yet.

  5. arewolfe

    I don't have a chart of this song, but would like to make one at some point. I would encourage you (original poster) to transcribe at least some of it... I find transcribing really rewarding. Not saying using a chart or book is bad... using a pre-written chart is the quickest way to learn a solo, and working on a solo is a killer way to push your chops. But when you transcribe something on your own you grow in a lot of different aspects musically... your ears, chops and comprehension of rhythms/reading will all benefit. Just my 2 cents.

  6. guitar1025

    Discovered this today. Very, very cool, IMO!!


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  7. guitar1025

    Has no one checked this out yet??

  8. arewolfe

    Holy shit! The entire first two minutes of that arrangement is an EXACT transcription of the intro Kurt played at a gig on November 4, 2005!!! Amazing!!! The only reason I noticed is because I transcribed that intro about 5 years ago.

  9. guitar1025

    It's also the intro from The Standards Trio album!!

  10. arewolfe

    Ohhh right. A little less obscure of a transcription then. Hahah.

  11. Poparad

    After reading this thread (and watching that cool video!) I decided to tackle transcribing the intro from the "Reflections" album. The rubato middle section was a bit of a guess to notate rhythmically, but I think it's readable:


  12. andypandy

    I just registered in order to say thanks, Poparad; that transcription is great!


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