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countandduke

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I often wonder how Ted would have approached playing with a bass player and a drummer.  Obviously he wouldn't have to cover as much sonic territory with a bassist but enough to outline the chord changes and the melody too...

Any videos of such a thing?

Thanks...

Chris
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Hey Chris, 
No doubt you've heard this recording of Ted Greene Trio:
http://www.tedgreene.com/audio/audio_TedGreeneSpecialRecordingSession.asp
I think that pretty much sums up Ted's trio playing.

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countandduke

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Awesome Sauce!!!

Thank you my friend!!!

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Chris
Dioxic

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I notice he still doesn't really do any single note playing, but thanks for the link! What a phenomenal recording!

Are there any recorded examples of him playing in a single note style?
AsatBluesboy

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There were some recordings of him jammin' with Emily Remler on this site:

http://allthingsemily.com/jams/

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Christoph
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There were some recordings of him jammin' with Emily Remler on this site:

http://allthingsemily.com/jams/

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Christoph



this is so great , tank you so  much for share
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Dioxic,

There probably aren't any recorded examples of Ted and Trio in the typical live bebop/jazz format.  He told me he didn't enjoy it.  He could do harmony, bass, and melody, so backing off might have been just work. 
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