Heres a great way to expand your blues playing in every key. And, its real fun, too! These are slow tempos and are for all levels of ability. Try playing some of the tougher keys without looking at the music and see just how fast your ear takes over. Youll find yourself gaining confidence very quickly and that confidence will greatly improve your soloing.Charlie Parker learned the Blues in all 12 keys before he learned anyth ing else. Transposed for all instruments. Each key contains a different blues melody and two compatible chord/scale progressions. Its enjoyableand its sure to make you a better blues player. Get started now with t his great addition to the series.RELATED PUBLICATIONS: Volume 42 Bass LinesŒî and Lennie Niehaus Plays the Blues.ŒîThe outstanding rhythm section is James Williams, piano; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Mickey Roker, drums.