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Martin Miller
20 FUSION LICKS
VOL.2

Lick 14 - Sweep II-V-I-VI


Martin says...

Another really cool line that you can use over any tune with a major II-V type progression.
The part that stands out most would probably have to be this crazy little Dadd9 arpeggio
that I use over the Ab7 altered chord. If you dissect that scale you will find that all the notes
of Dadd9 are part of that scale and having a major arpeggio a flat 5 apart from another
major chord always has a very distinct character. Another explanation why that arpeggio
outlines the altered harmony so nicely is that D7(9) is the tritone substitute for Ab7#5.

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SWEEP II-V-I-VI
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(From the 2014 Album 20 FUSION LICKS VOL 2)

P` = 93 (P P CP P )
gV f V f V f V e V e V V e V V
E m7

e V V V
3 3
1
Ie e e 44 k 3
V V V gV V e V V f V e V
3 3
3 3
9 7 8 5 6
T 9 8 7 6 6
A 8 7 8 6
8 6 6
B 9 8 7 6

` sl. P P P

V fV V V
A7

e V f V gV f V V V V
2
Ie e e V fV gV f V V V V V l eV V fV
9:8
10 12 10
T 10 10
A 7 9 11 11 9
7 12
B 5 7 9 12 9 9
12 10 11 12

` ` sl.

V V V V gV V V V V V V
D maj7 B7

V fV V
e V V V V l V l gV V
3
Ie e e V V V 3

M
1/2 1/2

T 14 16
13 14 16
16 (16) 14
O 16 14 15 17 18
A 13
11 13 15 15 17 18 (18)
B 11
13
sl. P sl.
sl.

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