There Will Never Be Another You – Backing Track

There Will Never Be Another You

There Will Never Be Another You backing track

Jay Metcalf of Better Sax plays the classic jazz standard “There Will Never Be Another You” over one of our backing tracks.

To better accommodate male and female vocalists, this backing track also comes in the key of Ab major.

The tempo is a comfortable medium swing of 180 bpm.

Jay is playing on a Yanagisawa TWO2UL tenor sax with a KB Sax hand hammered bronze neck and the mouthpiece is a Phil Tone Tribute ltd 7*. The ligature is a Rovner platinum and the microphone is a Coles 4038 ribbon.

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Essential Jazz Repertoire Vol. 1 – Backing Track Collection

Essential Jazz Repertoire vol 1 Better Trax

These are some of the most essential jazz tunes. With these backing tracks, you have a solid set of material covered. Instrumentalists and vocalists will find these play along recordings fun to perform and practice. Many of the tunes come in multiple keys to accommodate male and female singers. There are also longer versions of some of the songs with extra solo choruses for stretching out.

There are 26 different tracks included in this collection with all the alternate versions.

Individual instrument stems are also provided for those who want to customize their recordings.

Tracks Include:

All of Me

Autumn Leaves

Blue Bossa

The Girl From Ipanema

In a Sentimental Mood

Misty

Song For My Father

Summertime

Take the A Train

There Will Never Be Another You

All tracks are provided in high quality mp3 format along with lead sheet chord charts (melodies not included) pdfs (concert, Bb and Eb transpositions) and iReal Pro playlist.

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You can hear the entire track in this sample:

3 thoughts on “There Will Never Be Another You – Backing Track”

  1. Hi there,
    Is this backing track collection suitable for a beginner like me (playing about two years ) ?

    Regards

    Ron

    1. To get the most out of the backing tracks you should know the melodies and be starting to learn how to improvise over the chord changes.

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