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Jean Marc Belkadi is on:
The concept is to help you play more efficiently
the composite blues scale over the dominant,
major, minor 7th and minor 7th b5 chords.
This is a necessary book to improve your blues
vocabulary by understanding the connection
between the chromaticism and the blues scale
in different music styles: Jazz, Rock, Funk,
Fusion, Pop & Latin.
Guy Daniels Review's of STOPOVER

 My favorite selections were "Stopover" and "The Twelve".
For sheer fretboard frenzied fun, I also liked "Street Licks". Enjoyable
also was the clean toned solo of "For Some Friends" and the
beautiful melodic duet lines of "The last Horizon".
Overall, Jean-Marc Belkadi showcases very good single-note chops
and interesting
lines, I especially dig the octave displacement technique.
The clean solo in "...Friends" was a nice 'icing on the cake'. Not
all guitarists, as keen or concerned listeners know, can bring it home
with a clean tone. Many are disappointing in this vein. I am glad to
say J.M.B. was not! The striking thing about J.M.B.'s playing is the
feel that he conveys. He is a Jazz/Rocker at heart equally at home in
both idioms ("Street Licks" confirms that he is also a committed
shredder). I like J.M.B.'s overall attitude towards music. He is not afraid
to be aggressive where the stereotype ideal of the music might demand
otherwise. He is adventurous, and yet very disciplined.
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