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10-14-2008, 01:01 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

skei

Feb 2008 Mid Sweden 791

557 jazz standards pdf

Hi! I regularly notice people in need of this or that chord chart, so I found a great pdf file at one of my fav places, Valdez studios. There's a download of a compilation of 557 tunes in pdf, just go to http://valdez.dumarsengraving.com/557JazzStandards.PDF and save it on your hd, it covers - like stated ' swing to bop, something for every jazzer... Hope you can use it. Peace Skei (the swing your bop one)

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10-14-2008, 01:17 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

JohnW400

Mar 2008 Northern NJ 2,859

thanks.

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10-14-2008, 08:10 PM Join Date: Posts:

Stackabones

Apr 2008 1,165

Wow! Thx!

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10-14-2008, 11:18 PM Join Date: Posts:

DrSatan

Jul 2008 63

Thanks a lot!

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10-15-2008, 05:18 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

skei

Feb 2008 Mid Sweden 791

Think nothing of it, I feel if I find something that might serve somebody (note the Dylan connection...) it should go here. Shaw 'nuff... Peace & Jazz Skei (the gotta serve somebody one)

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10-21-2008, 08:11 AM Join Date: Posts:

guelda

Apr 2007 174

Great, I like the way the notes are written. Thanks a lot my friend !

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10-23-2008, 05:30 PM Join Date: Posts:

kevro2000

Apr 2007 33

Indeed, thanks!

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10-23-2008, 06:18 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

guitarone

Jul 2008 Australia, 38

absolutely bloody brilliant mate! I was just about to go and buy some jazz books and along came skei. well done thanks for sharing.

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10-23-2008, 06:27 PM Join Date: Posts:

cherokeebat

Nov 2007 17

Thanks alot!!

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10-24-2008, 04:25 AM Join Date: Posts:

cedricprod

Oct 2008 1

Amazing! Thank you very much!

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10-24-2008, 09:47 AM Join Date: Posts:

Jonny Benton

Oct 2008 2

many thanks

wow! thanks for that, mate!

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10-24-2008, 11:40 AM Join Date: Posts:

julrg1970

Aug 2008 1

Thank you very much . Great choice.

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10-24-2008, 01:21 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

skei

Feb 2008 Mid Sweden 791

You are all welcome, Casa Valdez has a lot of interesting things very often. I go there several times a week, there seems to pop up stuff there regularly. And as I'm no millionaire I try to find good stuff legally downloadable if possible. I'm no bundle of joy right now, because my wife told me a couple of days ago she wants a divorce, so my life is gone it seems. And now I'm quite happy I've got jazz to think of, because otherwise I'd cry all the time. And my lovely daughter caught in the middle of this, but I've reassured her she won't ever be without a father. Excuse me for talking about this 'unjazzy' subject, but I'm like in a storm now, so a bit unfocussed, as it were. But from now on jazz will be my only love (and the daughter), one that won't divorce me at least... And in case anybody wonder what happened to the link to my website with my meager attempts at jazz playing, I got so desperate I trashed it all, was thinking of selling the guitars too, but luckily reconsidered, but I just can't take the time to mess around with sites and stuff now, maybe I'll set one up later, but the playing will continue though... Peace & take care out there (it's a cold world) Skei Last edited by skei; 10-24-2008 at 01:42 PM. Reason: explaining stuff (not important, but hey...) Reply With Quote

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10-24-2008, 02:53 PM Join Date: Posts:

Djonathan

Aug 2008 1

Thank you so much - fantastic.

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10-27-2008, 12:33 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

FWBO

Oct 2008 England 161

Skei, top guy for posting that link - an absolute Godsend to many players. Sorry to hear your bad news, keep yer chin up, life goes on and as one door closes another always opens. Pete

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10-27-2008, 09:31 PM Join Date: Posts:

Sailor

Jun 2008 1,271

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Skei - Very sorry to hear about your tough situation; a lot of us have been there. Keep posting and playing guitar, you've added a lot of brightness to the forum! Sailor

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10-28-2008, 01:51 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

skei

Feb 2008 Mid Sweden 791

Thanks all for support, it's really really appreciated!! And it's starting to sink in now, also this morning I got a call from the housing agents, I got the one room and kitchen apartment I had applied for. Meaning tuesday I'll sign the lease, and December 1 I can move in, so great! I played a slow blues and smiled at the world, feeling I'll get it all in shape for christmas. Ok. So these are the cards life had in store for me. Just dig and play as best you can, yeah... Peace & Bebop rules Skei (the one room apartment one)

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10-29-2008, 12:10 PM Join Date: Posts:

mmukav

Sep 2008 48

Thank you Skei. This will really help me out. Sorry to hear about your situation. Keep your daughter and guitar close to you, and remember it's always darkest just before the dawn. Mike

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10-29-2008, 12:24 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

mangotango

Sep 2008 Essex UK 1,549

Skei, My gratitude at your generosity in providing the .pdf file is matched by my sadness at your news. Bear up bro, the sun will rise again tomorrow and the next day, and you need to see what it brings. All the best.

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10-29-2008, 08:43 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

wizard3739

Apr 2007 Payson Arizona 2,884

hang in there

Hey Skei, Hang in there friend! Please remember that when one door closes, another always opens and better times are ahead for you. best wishes, wiz



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10-29-2008, 10:21 PM Join Date: Location:

hot ford coupe

Sep 2008 Shelbyville, Kentucky 3,082

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Hey Skei. Whatever you do, don't ever stop playing the guitar. It'll be the one thing you'll be able to trust besides your daughter. I went through the same thing myself plus several relationship breakups. The guitar will be your friend, your psychiatrist, your bartender, and a few dozen other good things. Stay on the site also. There'll be plenty of us here that will listen when you need to talk. Better times are definitely ahead. This comes from one who knows.

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10-30-2008, 05:21 AM Join Date: Location: Posts:

skei

Feb 2008 Mid Sweden 791

Thank you all for being here! It's good to have people around who like jazz, are friendly, and stuff, when everything seems to be downwards. Well, I certainly will keep on learning jazz guitar, because like some people mentions, music is like therapy. And what therapy could possibly match jazz? I've got a new place, small and so but place for the guitars and my computers. Just have to fix some kind of internet connection, well I suppose I'll probably have to log in to jazzguitar.be from the library - they've got internet one may use for free. I'm certainly not going to waste the guitar playing, and this spot is the best, so I'll be around. Count on that. All the best & Peace Skei (the still learning, still dreaming one)

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10-30-2008, 06:02 AM

Join Date: Mar 2008 Location: florida(formerly NJ) Posts: 21

bennybassdrum

This is great-thank you so much for the pdfs!!.........Benny

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10-30-2008, 10:57 PM

CC323 Guest

What could be better therapy than jazz? Hmm... 557 Jazz Standards for Free? Thanks man; Is this book legal?

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10-31-2008, 03:35 AM Join Date: Location: Posts:

skei

Feb 2008 Mid Sweden 791

CC323, as far as I can tell it should be, but I have no idea. I just found it at a blog (David Valdez's) and I suppose it is. I just thought there'd be somebody else who'd like to find it as well. Peace Skei

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10-31-2008, 03:33 PM

CC323 Guest

Oh yeah man, I'm definitely interested (and thankful), and I wasn't accusing you of illegality, I was just wondering if the book itself is composer approved such as the 6th edition real book or sher music co's new real books.

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11-01-2008, 05:29 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

Electric Larry

Oct 2008 Pgh., Pa. 39

Hey skei, Thanks for the pdf 557. Sorry about your situation. I went thru it. My wife left because I was on the road to much. Now my daughter is the lead singer in my band. Be positive and things will always be right. Larry

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11-01-2008, 06:21 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

skei

Feb 2008 Mid Sweden 791

Will do, Larry, Will do. Thanks man! Skei

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11-01-2008, 10:40 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

Electric Larry

Oct 2008 Pgh., Pa. 39

Does anyone know if you can sell equipment on here, or trade equipment?

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11-01-2008, 11:38 PM Join Date: Location: Posts:

JohnW400

Mar 2008 Northern NJ 2,859

I don't think this is the forum for that. I don't see a catagory for it. Perhaps Dirk would consider adding that catagory. Maybe not. You might wind up with people posting stuff for sale in all the catagories just to insure that somebody see's what they have to sell. I could be mistaken but the vibe I get from all the threads I've read is that most people posting on this site would prefer it be a place to learn and exchange ideas rather than sell things. There are plenty of sites for that. Again , not my call. just an observation.

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