Hey everyone, this is a theory oriented question. It's pretty specific. It's about walking jazz chord changes. I'm not at the level where I can improvise walking lines just by looking at chord changes. I have to write out lines for each chorus and walk through them...so far that hasn't been so bad, but I've come across more simple pieces lately. Like, for eight bars the changes are is just Imaj7 | iimin7... Tonic for 1 bars, Two for one bar, repeat four times. I could give you the key this is in, but then it'd be too easy for me...at least i'll get a transposing workout. This is the problem: How the hell can I keep this interesting? My walking thus far is more creative because I've been walking with complex chord changes, so i've been forced to move around a lot, but now it's...you know. What do you do when walking over simple chord changes for a long time? How do you imply movement to keep it interesting? Thanks for your help!