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Where does this phrase come from?

Bill Da Costa WilliamsBill Da Costa Williams Barreiro, Portugal✭✭✭ Mateos

I’ve been following Christiaan van Hemert’s series of videos where he transcribes phrases from Django’s Rome recordings. In particular his take on Question and Answer phrases used in rhythm changes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fwu3AkZNlQ0&t=1303s

There’s one “question” phrase I often play that I picked up from hearing both Stochelo Rosenberg and Samy Daussat

employ it over rhythm changes. I have always thought of it as part of a bebop head but when trying to identify it recently, I sorted through all the rhythm changes heads I could find on Youtube and elsewhere to no avail: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzMhGj-YXww

So maybe it’s a bebop blues head rather than RC.

It’s got me baffled but I imagine that for some folks here the answer is really obvious.

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