Example2 Out­side ‘Phry­gian against Dom­i­nant’ and ‘Side­step’ lines

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Oz is not afraid of util­is­ing out­side ideas in his play­ing. In fact, Noy sets his stall here by im­ply­ing E mi­nor/maj7 against A, al­lud­ing to A Ly­dian Dom­i­nant,

Bb be­fore mov­ing onto ma­jor7 ideas, in this case im­ply­ing A Phry­gian against A7. It’s quite pos­si­ble to treat Phry­gian in this way, as a form of Al­tered dom­i­nant scale with two 9ths and no ma­jor 3rd, al­tered sus if you like (R- 24-5-#5- Con­fi­dence, bold de­liv­ery and a proper sense of in­tent re­ally help to con­vey con­vic­tion here, a uni­ver­sal con­sid­er­a­tion with any form of out­side ap­proach, oth­er­wise you risk the chance of just sound­ing ‘wrong’.

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