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    Willie Hill Jr.: Approaching the Standards for Jazz Vocalists Review: Approaching the Standards for Jazz Vocalists is an innovative, user-friendly approach to vocal jazz improvisation. Designed for the individual or group and male or female vocalists, this book and sing-along CD contains ten classic jazz songs selected from and correlated to Approaching the Standards Volumes 1, 2 .
  5. Tygotilar says:
    There Will Never Be Another You is one of my favorite jazz standards. I love the melody and the chord changes are easy, but not too easy to improvise over. The song was first recorded in by clarinetist Woody Herman but wasn’t very well known until Chet Baker recorded his vocal rendition in
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  8. Yozshuhn says:
    Hi Shaggy, the first place to start is Eb Major or Eb Major pentatonic. Those are good as a starting place, and if you use your ear you can sound like you are hitting most of the changes with either or those. After you have a good handle on that it’s good to start expanding your vocabulary. Each chord technically has it’s own scale.

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