Watch the Kerosene online guitar lesson by David Hamburger from New School Fingerstyle
The absolute epitome of the relaxed, late-night groove remains "After Hours," pianist Avery Parrish's hit feature with the Erskine Hawkins big band. It has long been to blues pianists what "Honky Tonk" or "Hideaway" are to electric guitarists - a rite of passage and a source of some of the most essential vocabulary on the instrument. "Kerosene" makes use of the same triplet-laden 12/8 feel as "After Hours"- minus the horns and the rhythm section.
Reference Source: Avery Parrish (http://www.digitrends.com/jazz/inductees/AveryParrish.asp)