Nice melodic lines, perhaps a little more rhythmic variation might be good. +1 to keeping away from Modes at this stage. Maj and Min are enough.
That's my thoughts )))))) he's playing over a track in 1 mode so why not say he's plaing that certain mode
Because on the first chord, if you don't think aeolian but minor, you could put a lovely natural sixth. Or even a major 7th, like John Coltrane on Mr. PC (that is supposed to be dorian but he plays concert B quite often)
I find its best learning all ways a scale,chord can be called.
I totally agree.
But when I was young I learned from JA that
Dm7=dorian G7=Mixolidian C=ionian
This approach seriously slowed me down from learning properly harmonic progressions.
Luckily I found a teacher with a good antidote (months of painful practicing)
theres some Mode police knocking about here
Not really. I simply dare to give some (free) advice that could help to avoid errors that I did.
Everyone can play whatever prefers.
I am currently reading this
When he talks of modes, he talks modal. Aeolian means that you insert a b6 in the voicing of the I minor chord. It does not seem to happen in the first part of backing track, but I can be wrong