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I am working my way through a comping study of a jazzy blues. The piece is in Bflat, and the first four bars are a standard blues with the quick change. Bar five goes to the four chord of Eb7. However in bar five (which normally would stay on Eb) things a little more complicated. The chords are Cm7-Dbdim7 which then resolve to the one chord. In trying to understand this, I was thinking it is the start of a ii7-V7 going back to the I chord, but there is no V7 and I don’t understand where the Dbdim7 comes from. Anyone have any thoughts?
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