Ex­am­ple6 Long II-V-I into turn­around in Bb

Guitar Techniques - - Lesson: Jazz -

EFor the ini­tial short mi­nor II-V- I Green ig­nores the Dm7b5, in­stead play­ing around G7b9, then re­solves to Cm7 over the Cm7 chord, briefly im­ply­ing G7 on beat 2. He stays around Cm7 for the first two beats over F7 be­fore land­ing on the root on beat 3, then an­tic­i­pates the res­o­lu­tion to Bb land­ing on the maj 3rd (D) on beat 4. Over the turn­around he uses a great idea, start­ing with root notes on the Bb, out­lin­ing G ma­jor, then play­ing the same idea up a whole step - roots on the Cm7 and an A triad over the F7 be­fore re­solv­ing to the maj 3rd (D) on the fi­nal Bb chord.

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