Kirill Poudavoff of Kirill Poudavoff Music plays the classic jazz standard Shuffle Blues over one of our backing tracks.
The Shuffle Blues backing track is fun to play over and swings nicely at 125bpn.
Two keys are provided (Bb Major and F Major). Instrumentation is piano, bass and drums.
In the video above Kirill is playing on a Yanagisawa T901 (original neck), an Otto Link STM Florida 7 mouthpiece (original ligature), and recorded with a Rode NT2a microphone.
Shuffle Blues is included in the Essential Jazz Repertoire Vol. 2 Collection of 10 tracks.
In the video above, you can hear Jay Metcalf of BetterSax playing this backing track in F. He is playing the Yanagisawa AWO33, on a Drake NY Jazz Mouthpiece, with a Yany Sixs Ligature.
Essential Jazz Repertoire Vol. 2 – Backing Track Collection
The Essential Jazz Repertoire Vol. 2 Bundle includes 10 beautifully played backing tracks which will expand the practice and performance repertoire of any musician. Alternate keys provided for several tunes.
All of our backing tracks include chord charts transposed for all instruments in PDF and iReal Pro app format.
Individual instrument stems are also provided for those who want to customize their recordings.
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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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Are these tracks recorded by real players
Yes, all humans.