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"Reincarnation of a Lovebird," in section B, the changes go like this:
B-9 Eb13 G#7(#9) C#+7 F#m(M7) (The piece is in F#m)
The first change is very strange.
To see this in black and white, transpose to Am and the B-9 to Eb13 becomes:
D-9 to Gb13
First listen to it. It works. It seems to pivot on the E (Fb). (D-7 is much weaker to my ear)
(You can even reduce the chords to D/F/E (R,3,9) to Fb/Bb/Eb (7,3,13) and it still works)
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