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Doug Raney – 9 CDs

1.- Doug Raney – The Backbeat   Año: 2000 Formato: Mp3 320 kbps Tamaño: 105 MB Label – SteepleChase Doug Raney – guitar Joey DeFrancesco – Hammond b3 organ Billy Hart – drums Doug Raney (b. August 29, 1956) is an American jazz guitarist. He is the son of Jimmy Raney. Raney began his career in his father’s band, with ...

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Doug Raney – The Backbeat

 

Año: 2000
Formato: Mp3 320 kbps
Tamaño: 105 MB
Label – SteepleChase

Doug Raney – guitar
Joey DeFrancesco – Hammond b3 organ
Billy Hart – drums

Doug Raney (b. August 29, 1956) is an American jazz guitarist. He is the son of Jimmy Raney.
Raney began his career in his father’s band, with Al Haig, at the age of 18. He later played in a duo with his father. He recorded as a leader for SteepleChase extensively in the 1970s and 1980s, and worked with Kenny Barron, Joey DeFrancesco, Billy Hart, Duke Jordan, Jesper Lundgaard, Horace Parlan, Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, Tomas Franck, Bernt Rosengren, and Chet Baker among others.

1. Love for Sale 8:57
2. Jimmy James 11:22
3. Prelude to a Kiss 10:31
4. The Backbeat 7:56
5. Purple Eyes 8:32
6. Lee 7:33
7. Driftin’ 9:21

 

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Doug Raney Trio – Guitar Guitar Guitar (1987)

 

1987
mp3, 320 kbps
133.29 mb

Billy Hart (drums)
Doug Raney (guitar)
Mads Vinding (bass)

Doug Raney was 18 when he moved to Copenhagen 20 years ago and was already quite mature in his playing though a bit more modern than his famous father Jimmy Raney.
This 1985 album was made 8 years after his debut album “Introducing Doug Raney” SCCD 31082 and represents the 9th leader album for Raney. The album really highlights the impressive development he has achieved as a musician. The pianoless trio highlights the cool tone of Raney’s playing. Highly recommended.

Tracks:

1. I Thought About You
2. Laura
3. Minor Majority
4. Round About Midnight
5. Come Rain Or Come Shine
6. Solar
7. My Old Flame
8. Perhaps

 

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Doug Raney Sextet – Meeting The Tenors (1984)

 

Año: 1984
Formato: mp3 320 kbps
Tamaño: 109.41 mb

Musicos:

Horace Parlan – piano
Ferdinand Povel – tenor saxophone
Bernt Rosengren – flute, tenor saxophone
Doug Raney – guitar
Ole Jacob Hansen – drums

Tracklist:

1 Up In Quincy’s Room

2 Blues For Bart

3 Waltz Number One

4 Arrival

5 Lover Man

6 Night Has a Thousand Eyes

 

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Doug Raney – Something’s Up (1994)

 

Year: 1994
Label: SteepleChase Music
Genre: Jazz, Bop, Swing
Quality: FLAC (con/with tracks)
Time: 61:19
Size: 345 MB

Personnel:

Doug Raney – guitar
Ben Besiakov – piano
Jesper Lundgaard – bass
Billy Hart – drums

Tracklist:

01. Something’s Up (6:29)
02. Good Morning Heartache (11:11)
03. Speedy Recovery (6:10)
04. Upper Manhattan Medical Group (6:45)
05. Nobody Else But Me (7:47)
06. Visceral Drives (6:55)
07. Dolphin Dance (9:04)
08. Mohawk (6:59)

 

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Doug Raney Quartet – Blue And White (1984)

 

Year: 1984
Format: MP3 320 Kbps
Size: 101,70 MB

Personnel:

Doug Raney – guitar
Ben Besiakov – piano
Jesper Lundgaard – bass
Aage Tanggaard – drums

Tracklist:

01. Blue And White
02. I Love You
03. Gingerbread Boy
04. Old Devil Moon
05. Old Folks
06. Straight Street

 

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Doug Raney Quartet – Back In New York (1997)

 

Año: 1997
Format: MP3 320 Kbps
Size: 135,76 MB

Personnel:

Doug Raney – guitar
Michael Weiss – piano
Scott Colley – bass
Kenny Washington – drums

Tracklist:

01. I’m Old Fashioned
02. For Heaven’s Sake
03. The Touch Of Your Lips
04. Skylark
05. All Or Nothing At All
06. I Wanna Talk About You
07. Get Out Of Town

 

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MP3 320 kbps
1:11:21
160 MB
Genre: Jazz, Swing, Guitar Jazz
Label: SteepleChase

It is still relatively rare for a son to follow his father on an identical instrument and reach an equal level of expertise, but guitarist Doug Raney (son of the late Jimmy Raney) is one of the few. This accomplished bopper leads a trio date with bassist Jay Anderson and drummer Billy Hart, exploring standards of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. His intense up-tempo reworking of Cole Porter’s “What Is This Thing Called Love?” starts the date with a flourish. Raney is at his most lyrical during the foot-tapping rendition of the ballad “Tenderly.” The leader’s elaborate yet subtle fills in “You Go to My Head” contrast with his potent interpretation of Charlie Parker’s “Barbados.” Recommended.

Tracklist:

1. What Is This Thing Called Love
2. Tenderly
3. I Hear A Rhapsody
4. Triste
5. You Go To My Head
6. Autumn Leaves
7. The End Of A Love Affair
8. Barbados

Personnel:

Doug Raney – guitar
Jay Anderson – bass
Billy Hart – drums

 

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Doug Raney & Thorgeir Stubø – Everything We Love (2010)

 

Jazz, Swing, Guitar Jazz
MP3 320 Kbps
93,22 MB
Year: 2010
Time: 41:16

Tracklist:

1. Just Friends 00:04:12
2. We’ll Be Together Again 00:07:27
3. Half Nelson 00:06:22
4. So Do It! 00:05:56
5. Love Letters 00:06:34
6. Get Out Of Town 00:05:07
7. Everything I Love 00:05:35

 

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Jimmy Raney & Doug Raney – Nardis – To Bill Evans (1983)

 

Jazz, Swing, Guitars
FLAC (con/with tracks)
148 MB
Year: 1983
Label: SteepleChase
Time: 47:04

Tracklist:

1. There’ll Never Be Another You
2. I Can’t Get Started
3. All God’s Children Got Rhythm
4. What’s New
5. Nardis
6. Easy To Love

Doug Raney (guitar)
Jimmy Raney (guitar)

# Peso Formato
Info 9 CDs MP3, FLAC, 320 kbps, RAR

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