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Belgian Fluffiness

Alfred Scoggins (5191) · [archive]
Style: Jazz · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
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THEORY

Bbm is the minor 5 of Eb7. You're playing part of the Bb melodic minor.

When 2 chords occupy one bar usually only the first one counts (like any m7/7 or m7b5/7b9). C harmonic minor can be played over Am7b5.

Bm pentatonic can be used over GM7 - as can the G major scale.