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Transcribed from Volume 35 CEDAR WALTON recording of Jamey Aebersold's play-a-long series Transcribed by Fred Boaden Edited by Jamey Aebersold CONTENTS Introduction. Bass Lines As Played By Ron Carter On: Clockwise -- Firm Roots... Ojos De Rojo » Fantasy InD 2. ‘Midnight Waltz. Hand tn Glove. - ‘The Maestro. ‘Transcribed & Copied by Fred Boaden ‘Cover Design by Pete Gearhart Copyright@1988 by Jamey Aebersold AAI Rights Reserved International Copyright Secured INTRODUCTION Ron Carter is one of the most recorded musicians in jazz history, with a list of credits as @ sideman thet is tly staggering. Alphabetically, he has recorded with everyone from Pepper Adams to Attila Zoller, with Iusicians as diverse ax Benny Goodman, Billy Cobham, Eric Dolphy, Tony Bennett, Beaver Harris, Barry Harris, Eddie Harris and Gene Harris in between. He made his first record as a leader in 1961 and to date has Well aver 8 dozen to his credit. And, when he isn’t chained to the recording studio, he somehow finds time to perform with groups that range from the avant garde to the symphonic. In a recent conversation, Carter seid that he end Cedar Walton had recorded together on several other ‘occasions, but before he came into the studio to record, he had not seen most of the material from Aebersold Volume 35, whose bess lines are transcribed in this book. ‘That Carter plays the changes and tempos demanded by the material with such mastery shows how important his musical beckground is. Degrees from the Eastman and Manhattan Schools of Music, five years with Miles Davis and twenty-five years of recording experience speak for themselves. Carter also pointed out that he played with the student in mind, striving for clarity in outlining the contours of Walton's chord changes. In an actual playing situation, he sai¢, his choice of notes might vary considerably, ‘epending on the soloist he was backing. This book and its companions, Ron Carter Bass Lines from Aebersold Volume 6 (AUl Bird) and Ron Carter Bass Lines from Aebersold Volurie 15 (Payin' Dues) unlock some of Ron Carter's secrets and shoulé help the aspiring basist in the quest for musical excellence. It is strongly recommended that you pick up Volume 35 and listen as you read the transcriptions in this book. ‘Then play ‘them yourself slong with the record, turning down the bass channel on your stereo. Finally, a word about Fred Boeden, who did the transcriptions in this book. He is @ former career music teacher at Leeds College in England who took early retirement to return to active playing as pianist. 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