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Live album featuring a performance recorded at the Lighthouse Club in Hermosa Beach, California in 1972 and released on the Blue Note label. Review by Steve Huey Some of Grant Green’s hottest moments as a jazz-funk bandleader came on his live records of the era, which were filled with extended, smoking grooves and gritty ensemble interplay. Live at the Lighthouse ...

http://www.ansgarspecht.de/biografie/ Tracklist 1 These Are Soulful Days 2 Who Can I Turn To 3 Estate 4 Road Song 5 Lean Years 6 Fotografia 7 Leave 8 Going To A Meeting 9 Lament Personnel: Ansgar Specht – guitar John Hondorp – Hammond B3 organ Markus Strothmann – drums Label: DMG ‎– DMG 54.218169.2 Country: Germany Released: 29 Jan 2016 Genre: Jazz ...

Review by Dave Nathan Before he threw in the towel and willingly walked away from the clutches of the recording industry in 1960, Johnny Smith recorded an impressive roster of albums for Teddy Reig’s Roost label. One of these, The New Johnny Smith Quartet, recorded in 1956, was billed as maiden set for Smith’s new, small group. That was almost ...

Review by Thom Jurek Live at Club Mozambique was, according to Bob Belden’s liner notes, rumored to exist for decades in Blue Note’s Grant Green discography, but was never released. His explanation as to why is satisfactory — Green’s star had waned considerably — and makes some sense, but the label had 15 unissued albums by the guitarist by 1971. ...

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Tracks List: 01. Lou Stein,Joe Venuti – One Finger Joe 02. Virgilio Panzuti – My Sweet Violin 03. Lou Stein,Joe Venuti – Tap Room 04. Glauco Rosignoli – Close to the Moon 05. Virgilio Panzuti – A Lover Serenade 06. Joe Venuti – Clown Cat 07. Virgilio Panzuti – Violinology 08. Lou Stein,Joe Venuti – Momalega 09. Mario Coppola – ...

Review by Jason Ankeny Thank You Charlie Christian pays homage to the legendary jazz guitarist in a manner most appropriate to an innovator of his stature — rather than merely imitate that which is inimitable, Herb Ellis channels the imagination and expressiveness of his hero to create a lean, mean sound far more forward-thinking than nostalgic. Like Christian, Ellis favors ...

Chuck Wayne’s participation in some of the earliest bebop recordings have lead many to conclude that he was purely a bop-style guitar player. Yet on the recordings he made in the mid-1940s, first with the Billy Eckstine Band and later with Dizzy Gillespie, his swing-oriented guitar collides with the “new music” being played by the more modern musicians on the ...

Tommy Gumina was one of the few brave souls to follow Art Van Damme’s lead and explore the jazz accordion. Gumina is best remembered for his innovative collaborations with clarinetist Buddy DeFranco on their quartet recordings of the early 1960s. Gumina joined Harry James’ scaled-down band in 1951 and toured with James for the next two years. He then struck ...

1 – The Way You Look Tonight [alternate take] 2 – The Way You Look Tonight 3 – Dreamsville 4 – Geno 5 – Missile Blues 6 – For All We Know 7 – Fried Pies 8 – Unidentified Solo Guitar Personnel: Wes Montgomery (guitar); Mel Rhyne (organ); George Brown, Paul Parker, Jimmy Cobb (drums). Guitar on the Go album ...

Percy Heath, Ron Carter,  Hank Jones, Tommy Flanagan,  Ray Barretto,  Jimmy Cobb,  Mel Rhyne , Wes Montgomery … Tracklist: 01. Twisted Blues (5:38) 02. Airegin (4:30) 03. Cotton Tail (3:41) 04. One For My Baby (7:44) 05. I’m Just A Lucky So And So (5:57) 06. Polka Dots And Moonbeams (4:44) 07. Four On Six (6:17) 08. D-Natural Blues (5:25) 09. ...

Tracklist A1 Bésame Mucho A2 Mambo Jambo A3 My Shawl A4 Piel Canela A5 You Belong To My Heart A6 Jungle Drums B1 El Rancho Grande B2 Poinciana B3 Magic Is The Moonlight B4 Serenata B5 Ritual Fire Dance B6 Yours Released: 1963 Genre: Jazz, Pop, Stage & Screen Style: Easy Listening Credits Accordion – Dominic Cortese Arranged By, Conductor ...

The album was Green’s first official live recording. 1 – Let The Music Take Your Mind 8:30 2 – Time To Remember 10:30 3 – Sookie, Sookie 11:00 4 – Down Here On The Ground 6:45 Personnel Grant Green – guitar Claude Bartee – tenor saxophone Willie Bivens – vibes Neal Creque (tracks 2 & 5), Ronnie Foster (tracks 1, ...

Tracks Listing 1. Egyptian Danza 2. Mata Hari 3. Electric Rendezvous 4. Passion, Grace And Fire 5. Race With The Devil On Spanish Highway 6. Senor Mouse 7. Dark Eye Tango 8. Mediterranean Sundance 9. Two To Tango Sello: Columbia ‎– CK 52920, Legacy ‎– CK 52920 Formato: CD, Compilation Fecha: 1994 Género: Jazz Estilo: Jazz-Rock

Tracklist: 01. Ease Back (5:49) 02. Hurt So Bad (6:52) 03. I Don’t Want Nobody To Give Me Nothing (Open Up The Door I’ll Get It Myself) (6:14) 04. Upshot (10:04) 05. Cease the Bombing (8:51) Grant Green – Guitar Claude Bartee – Tenor Sax Willie Bivens – Vibes Clarence Palmer – Electric Piano Earl Creque – Electric piano Jimmy ...

Wynton Kelly, Wes Montgomery, Paul Chambers & Jimmy Cobb. Tracks 1 No Blues (Davis) 12:56 2 If You Could See Me Now (Dameron, Sigman) 8:21 3 Unit 7 (Jones) 6:44 4 Four on Six (Montgomery) 6:43 5 What’s New ? (Burke, Haggart) 6:10 6 Willow Weep for Me (Ronell) 9:08 7 Portrait of Jennie (Robinson, Burdge) 3:28 8 Surrey with ...

By DOUGLAS PAYNE Published: April 1, 1998 For guitarist Grant Green (1931-79), the years between 1965 and 1969 were lost in a battle with drugs. His graceful, easily identifiable single note phrases had caught many listeners’ attention with a wide variety of excellent Blue Note dates between 1960 and 1965. Seemingly able to master any style, he never once diminished ...

Review by Steve Huey The third of three sessions Grant Green co-led with modal organist Larry Young and Coltrane drummer Elvin Jones, I Want to Hold Your Hand continues in the soft, easy style of its predecessor, Street of Dreams. This time, however — as one might guess from the title and cover photo — the flavor is less reflective ...

Stephen Thomas Erlewine Al Caiola era un conocido gran parte grabada y guitarrista, profesional de los ’60. Él era un músico de sesión, lo que condujo a su papel destacado como el director musical para la serie álbum de RCA guitarras de Vida, y también tenía una carrera de grabación para los artistas unidos, grabando numerosos discos instrumentales para ellos ...

by S. Victor Aaron Ed Cherry is a veteran jazz guitarist with a bagful of bonafides. He was a student at Berklee in ’72, toured with Jimmy McGriff and Tim Hardin (among other jazz luminaries) and played in Dizzy Gillespie’s band for the last fifteen years of the iconic trumpeter’s life. Along the way, Cherry’s worked with a wide range ...

Nick Moran is a guitarist with an extraordinary touch and compositional sensibility. This project reveals Nick’s terrific understanding of melody and harmony, and more so, how to explore all of the colors of sound in the organ trio. Together with sidemen Ed Withrington on organ and Andy Watson on drums the band develops some very original contemporary themes and motifs. ...

Review by Scott Yanow Veteran Pat Martino is teamed up with a variety of different fellow guitarists on this interesting if not quite essential release. Martino matches wits with guitarist Charlie Hunter (who on Stevie Wonder’s “Too High” often sounds like an organist), Tuck Andress, Kevin Eubanks, Les Paul (“I’m Confessin'”), Mike Stern and Michael Hedges. In addition, Cassandra Wilson ...

Review by Matt Collar The 32 Jazz compilation Cream collects tracks from some of guitarist Pat Martino’s best albums, including Consciousness and his post-brain aneurysm 1987 comeback Return. Although 32 Jazz also reissued most of the albums these cuts come from, having them in one place makes for a nice introduction to Martino’s distinctive ambient “machine gun”-like improvisational style.

Review by Ken Dryden Michel Petrucciani always excelled in front of a live audience, and this 1992 concert with his father Tony accompanying him on guitar is no exception, though it’s a shame it wasn’t released until 2001, some two years after the pianist’s death. An adventurous exploration of “Summertime” serves as a strong opener, followed by the playful waltz ...

Originally issued on three 10-inch LPs, these albums feature three outstanding but underrated jazz guitarists: Lou Mecca, Bill de Arango and Chuck Wayne. Crisp, inventive and fleet-fingered, Mecca found his own voice from his main inspiration, Tal Farlow, whom he replaced in the Gil Mellé Quartet. Lous classical guitar sound is complemented in this 1954 Blue Note recording by fine ...

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