Do you know how amazing Sonny Stitt is playing? One solo line explained!

I am explaning a solo line of Sonny Stitt – how to play it and giving music note examples. I also make a little add on how you easily can apply this in a blues of your own!
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Posted on 13 de September de 2019
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