Blues Scales - by Dan Greenblatt. Only book ever published showing the beginning jazz soloist how to improvise a real solo using only scales, the Major and Minor Blues Scales.
Concepts for Bass Soloing - by Chuck Sher & Marc Johnson. Only book ever published showing bassists how to create beautiful, horn-like melodies, with 2 CDs of Marc Johnson demonstrating the ideas.
El Libro del Jazz Piano - Spanish edition of the world's best selling jazz piano method book. Used in universities world-wide.
Essential Grooves - Features 41 different rhythm section grooves for every style from funk to hip hop to jazz to salsa. Multi-track DVD and audio included to play-along with, loop, or use as the foundation for creating original grooves.
European Real Book - A collection of songs by many of Europe's greatest contemporary jazz composers - Kenny Wheeler, Michel Petrucciani, Claus Ogerman, Tim Garland,
Forward Motion - by Hal Galper. A landmark book on how to play jazz so that the phrasing swings, i.e. how to create forward motion in your solo lines.
Foundation Exercises For Bass - by Chuck Sher. A complete method book for learning all the fundamentals of bass playing needed for any style of music. Endorsed by Steve Swallow, Marc Johnson,
Improvisor's Bass Method - by Chuck Sher. Bass improvisations book, filled with information and exercises on all aspects of bass playing, for both acoustic and electric bass.
Jazz Guitar Voicings: Vol 1 The Drop 2 Book - by Randy Vincent. A thorough look at how to play full, chordal melodies in the style of Joe Pass, Jim Hall, Wes Montgomery, etc, using "drop 2" voicings. With 2 CDs. Endorsed by Julian Lage, John Stowell.
Jazz Harmony Book - by David Berkman. Course in how to harmonize any melody, from Silent Night to advanced jazz compositions — an instant classic, endorsed by Kenny Werner, Fred Hersch.
Jazz Singer's Guidebook - by David Berkman. Witty, engaging and comprehensive, The Jazz Singer's Guidebook is the first in-depth course in jazz harmony and scat singing for the serious vocalist ever published.
Jazz Solos of Chick Corea - by Peter Sprague. Many of Chick Corea's best solos transcribed for any instrument (single melody line only, not complete piano scores).
Jazz Theory Book - by Mark Levine. The Best-selling jazz theory book ever published, simply because it is the best. Used in universities world-wide and translated into 5 languages.
Line Games - by Randy Vincent. An In-Depth Study of Single-Note Lines for Guitar. Full of practical and inspiring approaches to creating jazz solos on guitar - many with fingerings and string selection included.
Metaphors For The Musician - by Randy Halberstadt. This practical and enlightening book will help any jazz player or vocalist look at music with new eyes - music theory, but with a human touch.
Method for Chromatic Harmonica by Max De Aloe - Method for Chromatic Harmonica by Max De Aloe (endorsed by Toots Thielemans) is the first book to fully treat the chromatic harmonica as a legitimate instrument, with scale studies in every key, arpeggios exercises, rhythmic and melodic fluency studies, and a great play-along CD too.
Minor is Major - Minor is Major by Dan Greenblatt is the most comprehensive study ever published of minor-key harmony — endorsed by Jerry Bergonzi, George Cables,
Playing for Singers - Playing for Singers by Mike Greensill is the most comprehensive book ever published on how pianists should accompany singers in the jazz or cabaret traditions — endorsed by Michael Feinstein, Larry Dunlap,
Real Easy Ear Training Book - The most comprehensive, practical guide ever published on how to hear the harmonic movement of chords in any style of music, by the co-chair of Berklee College of Music Ear Training Department.
Standards Real Book - Almost 600 pages of jazz standard transcriptions, don't go to the gig without it.
The Real Cool Book - The Real 'Cool' Book is the only collection of transcribed West Coast, 1950s 'cool jazz' charts for five-horn jazz octet ever published by Gerry Mulligan, Miles Davis, Shorty Rogers, Gil Evans, Lennie Niehuas,
Three-note Voicings and Beyond - by Randy Vincent. A thorough study of how to construct and use these crucial jazz guitar voicings. Glowing endorsements from Pat Metheny, Mike Stern, Ben Monder and others.