Shake Everything You Got – Backing Track

Shake Everything You’ve Got

Maceo Parker is best known for his work with James Brown, but as a solo artist, he has contributed a lot to the world of soul jazz. “Shake Everything You’ve Got” is now standard funk repertoire since its debut on the album Life on Planet Groove in 1992.

Michael Ghegan, who arranged and composed this track, is playing his Jody Jazz DV 7 mouthpiece on a Mark VI alto sax.

Jay Metcalf of BetterSax.com is playing his BetterSax Burnin’ 7* mouthpiece with a KB Sax Hand Hammered Bronze neck on a Yanagisawa WO2UL tenor sax.

This backing track is part of the Groove and Soul Standards volume 1 collection.

This Backing Track includes:
High quality MP3 file backing track
PDF files for chord lead sheets (Concert Eb and Bb transpositions)
iReal Pro chord chart playlist

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Groove and Soul Standards Vol. 1

Groove and Soul Standards Vol 1

Get your soulful groove on with this first collection of  10 backing tracks covering some of the all-time classic standards in the genre. These tracks have all been meticulously produced and recorded by Michael Ghegan (multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer) known for his work with SuperTramp, Justin Timberlake, Andrea Boccelli and many others.

With volume 1 of Groove and Soul Standards, you have a complete set of cool, contemporary music designed to impress for live shows.

As a practice tool, you couldn’t ask for a better way to get performance ready than these tracks.

Tracks Included:

Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers

Cantaloupe Island – Herbie Hancock

Chameleon – Herbie Hancock

The Chicken – Jaco Pastorius

Cold Duck Time – Eddie Harris

Mercy, Mercy, Mercy – Joe Zawinul

Mo Better Blues – Bill Lee

Shake Everything You’ve Got – Maceo Parker

Strasbourg/St. Denis – Roy Hargrove

Watermelon Man – Herbie Hancock

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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