F#7b13, C9+11

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1) as part of a ii-V-I in B, play the F# chord as the V7. Play the F# Altered scale over it (7th mode of G melodic minor) resolving to a note of the B chord when we reach I.

2) in a I IV V (i.e. an example of a non-resolving progression) play the C Lydian Dominant (5th mode of G melodic minor) over the the C9 chord.

3) Home in on notes of the Gmin/maj7 chord during all of these – the F#7b13 and C9+11 chords are enharmonic (contain same notes, albeit in a different order) to the Gmin/maj7.

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