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  1. Nice Chart of a cute tune, Keith. Since the...

    Nice Chart of a cute tune, Keith.

    Since the melody under Ab9 falls on D, why not call Ab9#11, thus paralleling the A9#11?

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    omnimusico, It's a good chart. One thing:...

    omnimusico,

    It's a good chart.

    One thing: You inadvertently left the second and fourth bars of the B section blank, so of course they won't play.

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    Here's a version with some expanded chords. ...

    Here's a version with some expanded chords.

    This Bitter Earth-Rev JE - Clyde Otis

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    Bob, Thank you. Cheers, Jer

    Bob,

    Thank you.

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    Bob, Yes, those are the sheet music changes in...

    Bob,

    Yes, those are the sheet music changes in my old Frank Sinatra Golden Hits book. I should perhaps have indicated that my version is a reharm.

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    Roses in the Rain - Frankie Carle

    This relatively unknown 1940s tune was sung by Frank Sinatra.

    That recording is not on YouTube, but here's Frankie Carle's original version of it.

    The changes are a pure jazz circle of fifths....
  7. Julian, Thanks for posting this tune. You...

    Julian,

    Thanks for posting this tune.

    You forget to return it to 4/4 time at B.

    The second ending is actually the end of the tune. If you want to be able to repeat the form for soloing, I...
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    After playing with this beautiful tune for a bit,...

    After playing with this beautiful tune for a bit, I worked up this more detailed chart. Thanks, Carrie, for bringing it my attention.

    Now At Last-Rev JE - Bob Haymes

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    There are a number of alternative ways to chord...

    There are a number of alternative ways to chord this tune.

    For example, the Bb13s could be Em7s. On Blossom Dearie's recording the bridge is mostly over a pedal-tone D.

    This is my version.
    ...
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    Marvelous tune. Here's Coltrane's performance....

    Marvelous tune.

    Here's Coltrane's performance.

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    Save Your Love for Me - Buddy Johnson

    I've added some chords to this unusual ballad from the 1950s. The added chords are marked over the staff.

    Buddy Johnson recording.

    Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley recording.

    Save Your...
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    CyrilleB, Nice Chart. Thank you. Cheers,...

    CyrilleB,

    Nice Chart. Thank you.

    Cheers,
    Jer
  13. This is the same arrangement as that of pdxdjazz...

    This is the same arrangement as that of pdxdjazz above, with some chord enhancements and bass notes added.

    Lover Come Back To Me-Rev JE - Romberg and Hammerstein

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    There's a transcription of it at Free Jazz...

    There's a transcription of it at Free Jazz Institute.

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    This is a revision to the version I originally...

    This is a revision to the version I originally posted in 2015.

    I Got It Bad-Rev JE - Duke Ellington

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    I think these are closer to the intended changes....

    I think these are closer to the intended changes.

    Tip-Toe Through the Tulips-Rev JE - Burke and Dubin

    Cheers,
    Jer
  17. Would You Like to Take a Walk - Warren, Rose, and Dixon

    A sweet old ballad, from the 1930 show Sweet and Low, music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon.

    Many versions have been recorded, including those by Louis Armstrong and Ellas...
  18. Another Version of this affecting tune. Guess...

    Another Version of this affecting tune.

    Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry-Rev JE - Jule Styne

    Cheers,
    Jer
  19. My version of this beautiful ballad. How Are...

    My version of this beautiful ballad.

    How Are Things In Glocca Morra-Rev JE - Burton Lane

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    And another version ... Autumn In NY-JE Rev 1...

    And another version ...

    Autumn In NY-JE Rev 1 - Vernon Duke

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    This is a marvelous old tune that translates well...

    This is a marvelous old tune that translates well into a swinging ballad.

    Summer Night-Rev JE - Harry Warren

    Cheers,
    Jer
  22. Great old tune. Here's my take on it. Not as...

    Great old tune.

    Here's my take on it. Not as idiomatic (I don't repeat Fm7 - Bb7), but a little more modern.

    Did I remember?-Rev JE - Donaldson and Adamson

    Cheers,
    Jer
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    My version. Like Someone in Love-Rev JE 1...

    My version.

    Like Someone in Love-Rev JE 1 - Jimmy Van-Heusen

    Cheers,
    Jer
  24. I'm a big fan of the under-used third ending....

    I'm a big fan of the under-used third ending. Saves a lot of space.

    Sheet music usually repeats the A section after the bridge, as it has a whole second page to fill.
  25. Wonderful witty tune, very Hoagy Carmichael. ...

    Wonderful witty tune, very Hoagy Carmichael.

    The versions above for some reason put the verse in the middle of the song.

    Here's my version, with the verse at the top, and a few different...
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