This modern fusion, flexible instrumentation combo chart features two solo sections with a written solo for trumpet 1 in the first section and a written solo for tenor sax in the second section. Chords are
Funky, with a very hip piano intro, this small group chart is for tenor sax, trumpet, trombone, piano, bass, guitar, and drums. This chart includes solo space for all players.
Hard Hittin' is a swing/funk chart written at about 184 bpm, but sounds like it's written at half that tempo... a great feel! The drummer needs to be on top of the game in this one. There's a
Recorded by Weather Report on their landmark album Heavy Weather in 1977, Havona epitomizes the high-energy jazz fusion style of Jaco Pastorius. This version for little big band is a real showpiece
Hit It! is a 16th note funk chart with a Tower of Power flavor, set over a modal sounding A minor blues structure. An accessible solo vehicle with ad lib solo parts included for all, it's a great
Jaco Pastorius is widely known as the ultimate funk bassist; however, he has composed numerous jazz/rock/fusion/funk classics. Arranged here in a flexible three-plus horns and rhythm section
Opening with bass, adding drums and then keyboard, and then horns, this flexible instrumentation funk chart can be played with a 4, 5 or 6 instrument horn section. Many extra parts are included to mix and
This funky original is a great example of the 16-bar blues form, in a minor key! The bass part is simplified, the drum part is simplified, and the keyboard fills and solo are completely written or can
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