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Ritary lick

pdaiglepdaigle Montreal, QCNew
edited October 2006 in Licks and Patterns Posts: 233
Here's a simple but cool twist on a ii-V-I that Ritary taught in a masterclass in Montreal back in April.

He demonstrated it on the G7-G7-C-C from "I can't Give You". He replaces the first bar of G7 by Dm (typical ii-V-I) and he replaces the second bar of G7 by Db9 (tritone substitution) creating a 'chromatic' Dm-Db9-C-C chord line.

Here's the resulting lick (he actually plays a diminished 7 run over the Db9):
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