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Jean “Toots” Thielemans was born in Brussels, Belgium on April, 29 1922. He played accordion at the age of 3 and started playing harmonica as a hobby. His first guitar, won on a bet.
Bluesette — Premium Play-along Track
Great track to explore the A Blues scale
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Play-along Demo: Desafinado
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Bluesette is in the
Real Book - Volume 1 — Sixth Edition book.
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