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"Tomorrow Is the Question!" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords

Julian Lage

"Tomorrow Is the Question!" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords

"Tomorrow Is the Question!" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords
"Tomorrow Is the Question!" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords
"Tomorrow Is the Question!" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords
"Tomorrow Is the Question!" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords

"Tomorrow Is the Question!" by Julian Lage || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Sheet Music + Chords

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song: Tomorrow Is the Question!
artist: Julian Lage
album: Love Hurts (2019)
writer: Ornette Coleman (1959)

electric guitar: Julian Lage
double bass: Jorge Roeder
(drums: Dave King)

This recording is a jazz standard by Ornette Coleman, originally released in 1959. The Julian Lage trio here sticks to the original elements – the passages in free time, the fast pace, sparse arrangement, the joyful swing – all of which gives this 2019 recording a certain vibe of classic swing jazz. Enjoy!

“ Shelly Manne [the drummer on the original] is someone I think of as a beacon of a certain era of Swing and – you could even argue – a certain conservative nature, albeit wild in its own ways. I thought it was so fascinating, how Ornette would interact with that. I just became obsessed with the interplay on that record [Tomorrow Is the Question!]. (…) That relationship always spoke to me, of music that sounds maybe swinging and straightforward, but has this weirder, avant touch. That one just stuck, so I learned it! ” – Julian Lage