EXAMPLE2 oz noy twisted blues
In this example once again it’s based on the sequence of E7, G7 and A13. It are typical of Oz Noy’s approach to the blues. It’s important to get the lines to starts off with a Robert Johnson style lick, then some string skipping. Then to have solid time and flow, especially the 16th notes and string skipping. They top it off, some be-bop lines and a bit of Mixolydian action. These shifts in style must be played with accuracy but without speeding up. Have fun!