Anthropology Contrafact backing tracks in all 12 keys ( Bossa:Quarter =110 )

Learning to play bebop is a tall order for the beginning improvisor. The fast tempos require knowing your chords and scales inside and out.  You must also  have very good technical capabilities on your instrument. In April of this year I created a post for an Anthropology contrafact in all 12 keys with charts and backing tracks. I have received suggestions subsequently asking me to create backing tracks for Anthropology at a much slower tempo. The following tracks are the Anthropology chord changes with a bossa rhythm section at a tempo of a quarter at 110. If you need the charts you can obtain them from my Anthropology contrafact post. Be sure to practice in all 12 keys.

In the near future I will be posting some charts with some basic ideas to start with when playing over these changes.

Anthropaulogy in the Key of C follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Db follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of D follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Eb follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of E follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of F follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Fsharp follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of G follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Ab follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of A follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of Bb follows:
 

Anthropaulogy in the Key of B follows:
 

Backing Tracks for Jazz Blues Variation 1 in all 12 keys with Charts

The blues chord changes appear in more jazz songs than any other harmonic structure. The importance of learning how to play over these changes cannot be over emphasized.

I am providing a workout on jazz blues  in all 12 keys. Be sure to try Evan Tate’s 250 Jazz Patterns and Steve Neff’s blues lessons  over these backing tracks in all 12 keys.

I am including a player for all of the backing music. The backing tracks are all in Concert key. For example, if you play the tenor saxophone and select a backing track in the key of C – you will use a pdf chart in the key of D.

Have fun working through all 12 keys!

Jazz Blues Variation 1 - C (1921)

Jazz Blues Variation 1 - Dflat (884)

Jazz Blues Variation 1 - D (788)

Jazz Blues Variation 1 - Eflat (773)

Jazz Blues Variation 1 - E (814)

Jazz Blues Variation 1 - F (834)

Jazz Blues Variation 1 - Fsharp (750)

Jazz Blues Variation 1 - G (769)

Jazz Blues Variation 1 - Aflat (722)

Jazz Blues Variation 1 - A (717)

Jazz Blues Variation 1 - Bflat (855)

Jazz Blues Variation 1 - B (735)

Jazz Blues Variation 1 in the Key of C follows:
 

Rock Shuffle Blues in the Key of Db follows:
 

Jazz Blues Variation 1 in the Key of D follows:
 

Jazz Blues Variation 1 in the Key of Eb follows:
 

Jazz Blues Variation 1 in the Key of E follows:
 

Jazz Blues Variation 1 in the Key of F follows:
 

Jazz Blues Variation 1 in the Key of Fsharp follows:
 

Jazz Blues Variation 1 in the Key of G follows:
 

Jazz Blues Variation 1 in the Key of Ab follows:
 

Jazz Blues Variation 1 in the Key of A follows:
 

Jazz Blues Variation 1 in the Key of Bb follows:
 

Jazz Blues Variation 1 in the Key of B follows:
 

“250 Jazz Patterns” by Evan Tate Backing Tracks Comming Soon!

I have received many requests to create backing tracks that can be used in conjunction with Evan Tate’s “250 Jazz Patterns”  book. If you have not already done so you show read the following post:

Review of 250 Jazz Patterns by Evan Tate

Check back often or subscribe to my tweets at twitter.com/pmaine to be notified when the 250 Jazz Patterns Backing Tracks are available.

Each backing track will be transposed for concert, Bb and Eb instruments.

II-V-I Minor Short Sequence Backing Tracks in All 12 Keys

Each backing track is in concert so if you wish to practice your Minor II-V-I with the I chord a D minor  on tenor saxophone – you should select the C Minor II-V-I  backing track.

The first two beats of measure one is a IIb5 chord. The second two beats of measure one is a Vb9 chord. The next measure is a I minor chord and then the pattern repeats.

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Dm7b5,the V chord is G7b9 and the I chord is C Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Ebm7b5,the V chord is Ab7b9 and the I chord is Db Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Em7b5,the V chord is A7b9 and the I chord is D Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Fm7b5,the V chord is Bb7b9 and the I chord is Eb Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is F#m7b5,the V chord is B7b9 and the I chord is E Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Gm7b5,the V chord is C7b9 and the I chord is F Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is G#m7b5,the V chord is C#7b9 and the I chord is F# Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Am7b5,the V chord is D7b9 and the I chord is G Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bbm7b5,the V chord is Eb7b9 and the I chord is Ab Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bm7b5,the V chord is E7b9 and the I chord is A Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Cm7b5,the V chord is F7b9 and the I chord is Bb Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is C#m7b5,the V chord is F#7b9 and the I chord is B Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Minor Long Sequence Backing Tracks in All 12 Keys

Each backing track is in concert so if you wish to practice your Minor II-V-I with the I chord a D minor  on tenor saxophone – you should select the C Minor II-V-I  backing track.

The first measure is a IIb5 chord. The second measure is a Vb9 chord. The next two measures is a I minor chord and then the pattern repeats.

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Dm7b5,the V chord is G7b9 and the I chord is C Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Ebm7b5,the V chord is Ab7b9 and the I chord is Db Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Em7b5,the V chord is A7b9 and the I chord is D Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Fm7b5,the V chord is Bb7b9 and the I chord is Eb Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is F#m7b5,the V chord is B7b9 and the I chord is E Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Gm7b5,the V chord is C7b9 and the I chord is F Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is G#m7b5,the V chord is C#7b9 and the I chord is F# Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Am7b5,the V chord is D7b9 and the I chord is G Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bbm7b5,the V chord is Eb7b9 and the I chord is Ab Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bm7b5,the V chord is E7b9 and the I chord is A Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Cm7b5,the V chord is F7b9 and the I chord is Bb Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is C#m7b5,the V chord is F#7b9 and the I chord is B Minor  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Major Short Sequence Backing Tracks in All 12 Keys

Each backing track is in concert so if you wish to practice your Major II-V-I with the I chord a D major  on tenor saxophone – you should select the C Major II-V-I  backing track.

The first two beats of measure one  is a II chord. The second two beats of measure one is a V chord. The next measure is a I chord and then the pattern repeats.

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Dm7,the V chord is G7 and the I chord is C Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Ebm7,the V chord is Ab7 and the I chord is Db Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Em7,the V chord is A7 and the I chord is D Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Fm7,the V chord is Bb7 and the I chord is Eb Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is F#m7,the V chord is B7 and the I chord is E Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Gm7,the V chord is C7 and the I chord is F Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is G#m7,the V chord is C#7 and the I chord is F# Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Am7,the V chord is D7 and the I chord is G Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bbm7,the V chord is Eb7 and the I chord is Ab Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bm7,the V chord is E7 and the I chord is A Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Cm7,the V chord is F7 and the I chord is Bb Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Short Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is C#m7,the V chord is F#7 and the I chord is B Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Major Long Sequence Backing Tracks in All 12 Keys

Each backing track is in concert so if you wish to practice your Major II-V-I with the I chord a D major  on tenor saxophone – you should select the C Major II-V-I  backing track.

The first measure is a II chord. The second measure is a V chord. The next two measures is a I chord and then the pattern repeats.

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Dm7,the V chord is G7 and the I chord is C Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Ebm7,the V chord is Ab7 and the I chord is Db Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Em7,the V chord is A7 and the I chord is D Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Fm7,the V chord is Bb7 and the I chord is Eb Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is F#m7,the V chord is B7 and the I chord is E Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Gm7,the V chord is C7 and the I chord is F Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is G#m7,the V chord is C#7 and the I chord is F# Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Am7,the V chord is D7 and the I chord is G Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bbm7,the V chord is Eb7 and the I chord is Ab Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Bm7,the V chord is E7 and the I chord is A Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is Cm7,the V chord is F7 and the I chord is Bb Major  Concert follows:
 

II-V-I Long Sequence Backing Tracks.  The II chord is C#m7,the V chord is F#7 and the I chord is B Major  Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks In All 12 Keys

Backing tracks have been created in all 12 keys. The tempo is a quarter note at 80. Each backing track is about five minutes.

Each backing track is in concert so if you wish to practice your D dorian mode scale on tenor saxophone – you should select the C Minor backing track.

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of C Minor  Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Db Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of D Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Eb Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of E Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of F Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Fsharp Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of G Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Ab Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of A Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Bb Minor Concert follows:
 

Minor Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of B Minor Concert follows:
 

More backing tracks for use with “250 Jazz Patterns” by Evan Tate

I have recently created more backing tracks for use with Evan Tate’s 250 Jazz Patterns book. Be sure to practice 250 Jazz Patterns on the new Major Chord backing tracks in all 12 keys post.

You can purchase Evan’s book at the following url:

250 Jazz Patterns

Major Chord Backing Tracks in All 12 Keys

Backing tracks have been created in all 12 keys. The tempo is a quarter note at 80. Each backing track is nearly five minutes.

Each backing track is in concert so if you wish to practice your D major Scale on tenor saxophone – you should select the C Major backing track.

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of C Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Db Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of D Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Eb Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of E Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of F Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Fsharp Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of G Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Ab Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of A Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of Bb Concert follows:
 

Major Chord Backing Tracks in the Key of B Concert follows: