There’s a lot going on in this short little passage. Some basic Eb major stuff, a G∆7 voicing, comping for oneself… it’s jam packed with different elements at play, but ultimately it’s built on simplicity and the fundamentals. The riff is essentially just an Eb major triad and a B minor triad connected with a chromatic line. So why do you think the G∆7 chord at the end works here?
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