I’ve been dragging on doing my transpositions lately but I have a great II V I from Les Wise’s book “Bebop Bible”. I have transposed it to all 12 keys in the circle of 4ths and it’s a fun little lick. Of course the best way to practice this is over a II V I backing track. It is the opinion here at MBS that hearing the licks in context allows the brain to strengthen the association between what you are playing and what you are hearing.
Here’s the lick, be sure to download the pdf file. Bebop Study Lick #2
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