JAZZ CHORD PROGRESSIONS Cmaj7 Am7 | Dm7 Dm7 Cmaj7 | G7 | Cmaj7 | Cm7 | F7 | Bbmaj7 | A7 | G7 | Cmaj7 | | | Bbm7 | Eb7 G7 | Em7

A7 | Dm7 G7

Cmaj7 C#°7 | Dm7 Cmaj7 | Cmaj7 | D7 | Gm7 C7 |

D#°7 | Em7 | Dm7 | Fmaj7

Cmaj7 | C7 | Fmaj7 | Fm7 | Em7 GOSPEL CHORD PROGRSSION
Key of C Bb to F to C Key of F Eb to Bb to F Key of Bb Ab to Eb to Bb Key of Eb Db to Ab to Eb Key of Ab Gb to Db to Ab Key of Db Cb to Gb to Db

A7 |Dm7 G7 | Cmaj7|

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Key of D C to G to D Key of A G to D to A Key of E D to A to E

Key of F# E to B to F# Key of B A to E to B Key of Bb Ab to Eb to Bb

But here's the key to giving it a "gospel sound" -- use the 1st inversion of the first chord (the IV chord of the IV chord), the 2nd inversion of the 2nd chord (the IV chord), and the root position of the last chord (I). You can either use the root of each chord as your left hand low note, or you can use the root of the I chord as an ostinato (constant low note).

Here's an example in the key of Bb.

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