|If No News Is Good News, Part 2
If No News Is Good News, Part 2
The form of “If No News Is Good News” is AABA, like many jazz standards. You learned the chords to the A part in the first video, but the bridge or B part has some new chords, including a G6 and a short circle-of-fifths progression: B7–E7–A7–D7. You’ll learn to play a new G6 voicing, but you can use the seven-chord voicings you played in the A part for the B7 and E7. Scott also gives you advice on how to negotiate those quick chord changes at the end of the bridge and ends by singing the entire song through.
"If No News Is Good News" (Available to subscribers)