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Peter and Adam look through their favorite comments of the past week.
In honor of the jazz legend's birthday, Peter and Adam list some of their favorite moments from his storied career.
It's "Mean Tweets" YHI edition as Peter and Adam look at some of the less-than-loving comments they've gotten recently.
First impressions are everything - Peter and Adam list their favorite openings to seven different tunes
Peter and Adam are back on the carousel, highlight their favorite (and not so favorite) recent comments. All aboard!
Peter and Adam highlight their favorite recent comments
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A rhythm section has many roles to play in an ensemble. Peter and Adam nail down what the most important element for a good rhythm section is.
Peter and Adam expand their jazz sonic palette and check out some new releases.
Peter and Adam take a deep-dive into one of the most commonly played chords in jazz tunes: the five-seven chord.
It's one of Peter and Adam's favorite things to talk about on the show, and today, we dive into what a typical Peter Martin practice session is like.
The jazz world (and the music world as a whole) lost one of its most cherished artists last week: Chick Corea. Peter and Adam pay tribute to his iconic music.
Peter and Adam try to pin down which pianist from this generation matches the skill and feel of Oscar Peterson.
We dive deep into the musical psyche of Peter as Adam tests out a melodic experiment on him.
Peter and Adam pick apart the various performances from the 2021 United States Presidential Inauguration, and discuss what they liked and didn't like.
Peter and Adam discuss some of the best rhythm players of all time and the "pockets" they helped define during their career.
It's a special edition of You'll Hear It today as Open Studio bass guru Bob DeBoo and jazz bass master Reuben Rogers discuss some tips they wish they were told when first starting out.
Peter and Adam break down what exactly makes a tune sound so amazing. Today, from Stan Getz and J.J. Johnson at the Opera House, it's "Billie's Bounce."
Season 8 kicks off with Peter and Adam analyzing the start, middle, and end of the careers of three jazz trumpet legends: Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, and Roy Hargrove.
Peter comes at you with a solo episode today as he shows you some tunes worth checking out.
Today, we dust off an old episode from the archives - all the way back from February 3, 2018 (just the fourth episode of the show!), here's an episode where Peter and Adam discuss some ways to spice up scale practice.
We dust off an old episode from the archives - all the way back from June 29, 2018, here's an episode where Peter and Adam go over some effective ways to end a tune.
Peter and Adam discuss making solo arrangements on tunes where the melody notes don't fit the chords.
Peter and Adam discuss their latest fitness practices and how it improves their jazz playing.
Peter and Adam take a question on jazz albums where the musicians really play the blues.
Peter and Adam take a question on what advanced players practice, or if they feel inspired at all.
Today, we dust off an old episode from the archives - all the way back from May 18, 2018, here's an episode where Peter and Adam discuss some standards you might not be familiar with.
Peter and Adam talk about why it's important to play for the audience, as well as whether new tunes can become standards.
Today, Peter and Adam talk about rolling with the changes whenever things go wrong.
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