Piano backing tracks for blues
Blues jam tracks without piano parts made for improvise and exercise with on keyboard or piano.
The Blues Scales Backing Tracks album includes instrumental tracks made specially to be used with Blues scales. A single scale can be used for the whole song, but you could expand the palette by also use parts of the Major Pentatonic Blues scale when Minor Pentatonic is indicated and vice versa.
All scale notes from the included scale diagram will sound consonant, meaning they are congenial to the harmony of the other instrument in the jam track. Good improvisation, however, is more than just playing notes which in some way match the harmony. You want to “say” something with your improvisation, not just throwing out notes. One method to make it sound “right” is to mainly play notes from the actual chords that are played and in other ways adjust your note palette throughout chord changes. To be able to distinguish the chord, you need to develop your ear and recognize intervals (check out Ear training for intervals).
A tip: combine single notes with intervals (two notes) and chords based on the notes in the scale diagrams.
In coming updates, licks to use will also be presented.
Backing tracks for blues scales presented by Pianoscales.org.
Eb Blues Shuffle
A Rhythm Blues
C Bossa Blues
B Resonator Blues
The full album (including 17 tracks) is available in the member area.
Backing tracks overview
Major Scales Backing Tracks
One for each major scale.
Minor Scales Backing Tracks
One for each minor scale.
Blues Scales Backing Tracks
Jam tracks in the style of blues.
Jazz Piano Backing Tracks
Jam tracks in the style of jazz
Electric Piano Backing Tracks
Tracks especially suited for electric piano.
Synthesizer Backing Tracks
Tracks especially suited for synths.