EXAMPLE 5 BLUESY QUESTION AND ANSWER
Joe’s playing is always soulful, with a lot of blues feeling, as evidenced in this question and answer example that alternates between a rhythmic chord figure and3 a contrasting single-note line. naturally, you can substitute these lines with anything you like based around a blues in D, although both Major (r-23-5-6)
(r-b3-4-5-b7) and Minor Pentatonic scales are a great place to begin. Joe ends this phrase with two Major arpeggios descending chromatically from the
eb (eb-G-Bb), second degree of the key, e (e-G-B) and resolving to the note A, the 5th degree of our implied resolution to the tonic I chord, D (D-F#-A).