Seasons greetings fellow guitarists and musicians! Here’s to Jim Hall!
Get my transcription of Jim Hall’s solo after the break.
This solo is from the great album “Intermodulation” which is the follow-up to the equally great “Undercurrents.” Both on the list of great guitar albums you should listen to!
Read on to get my transcription of Jim’s solo on “All Across the City”
Song starts at 27:41
This week on the show is Jim Hall! Jim Hall, everyone, what a guy. Jim is here tonight to show off the site’s new chart design! So, put your guitars together and read on.
Get my transcription of Jim Hall’s solo after the break!
It’s been almost a month since I posted a Jim Hall solo! Jim has quickly risen through the ranks to be one of my favorite guitarists. There’ll be much more of him in the future.
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The entirety of Bill Evans and Jim Hall’s 1962 album Undercurrent is a masterpiece. If you’ve never listened to it, you need to! It has a very modern sound that easily stands it’s ground today.
Keep reading to download my transcription of Jim’s three chorus solo!
Jim Hall is known for being a conservative guitarist that doesn’t do anything crazy. And if you agreed with that, then you haven’t listened to him playing with Quincy Jones’ big band in the 60′s. On the 3rd track he did something extra amazing, unexpected, and difficult.
Get my transcription of my Jim Hall’s solo after the break!
solo starts around 1:39