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Under the Spell of the BluesHello.
I am a jazz guitar student who would like to find a transcription for the tune, Under the Spell of the Blues. Edgar Sampson wrote it; Ella Fitzgerald sings it on her album The Decca Years, Volume One, 1935-1938. I haven't found sheet music for this tune anywhere.
Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks very much.
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"Pinocchio" by Wayne Shorter Weather Report's (Mr. Gone, 1978) take on Wayne Shorter's "Pinocchio" differs from the earlier version on Miles Davis' Nefertiti (1968). Weather Report's version doesn't include any solos, except for the fade-in improvisation before the repeated melody choruses.
Also, the Weather Report's recording has two extra measures of B13#11 at the end of the head. Miles' take is 18 measures in length, and Weather Report's two measures longer.
Jaco doubles much of the melody on his bass. The melody is played to a degree in unison, so the given chord changes actually refer to the original version.
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