Australian virtuoso jazz trumpeter multiplies his own body
Here’s a bit of fun for you:
Did you notice anything a bit odd about this video?
If not, watch it again then come back, you’ll have a laugh I’m sure.
Through the magic of trick photography, the same musician is playing every instrument (except for the drummer) in this 17 piece band.
This is James Morrison – one of the leading figures in Australian jazz.
But stop and think about this for a minute:
Most of us struggle to master just one instrument in our lifespan.
But here’s a guy that can play trumpet, piano, all the brass section, saxophones, and double bass.…with flawless technique at that.
How is this possible? Surely there’s no man on earth that has this many hours a day to perfect their technique on all those instruments.
But it gets even weirder.
James Morrison claims to never practice. I’m not kidding.
I’ll prove it to you – here’s an excerpt from an interview with Morrison:
“Q: What is your daily practice routine?
The moral of the story:
It’s obvious that James Morrison knows something profound (that he hinted at in the above interview) that most other musicians overlook when it comes to training their technique…
Namely, how to harness the power of your subconscious mind – to get astonishing results.
And if you’re interested in learning the exact process you need to unlock the power of your subconscious, James Morrison style, we’ve dedicated a whole module to this very topic in my new course on supercharging your jazz guitar technique – “Fast Lane: The Total Technique Roadmap for Jazz Guitar.”
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