While his son Doug is a fine guitarist, he is not anywhere near his old man, but they did a couple of duo discs together. Good stuff. Yes, Barry Gailbraith was a master, and left us a wonderful recorded legacy, but more importantly an incredible collection of chord melody arrangements.
I find John Stowell's playing to be some of the most refreshing I have heard in a long time. After listening to most The Roy Patterson Quartet - The Acadiana Suite (CD the greats, his chord melody playing takes more unexpected turns than anyone I listen to. Jimmy Wyble is just a wonderful soul and has just some incredibly sensitive playing up on youtube. The guy I studied with this past year, Tony DeCaprio is a monster also, and has recently spent some time playing with Jimmy.
I would also include Jeff Linsky and Ken Hatfield amoung the nylon string players who are carrying on the legacy of guys like Charlie Byrd. Louis Stewart - lots of him on youtube, swingy, inventive fluent Irish guitarist. Hank Garland - "Jazz Winds from a New Direction" - one of the finest jazz guitar albums of them all, Hank was 'the bizznizz', probably my favourite jazz guitarist. George Barnes - youtube - look for "Barnes-Braff Quartet" - swing versions of standards with a drummerless quartet, with lots of classy interplay.
Ollie Halsall - great early jazz-rocker from the UK - recommended album "Hold Your Fire" by the band Patto - very rocky in places but with superb guitar throughout, Ollie is one of the most under-recognised guitarists, with ability that should have put him at the top of the 'fusion' stylists.
Atilla Zoller - some very good youtube videos of him playing with the great Jimmy Raney. Jack Wilkins Album) again, some great youtube videos of him - plus he made a superb double-album with valve trombonist Bob Brookmeyer which has some great playing on it - sorry, but I can't recall what it was called! Dear John Gary Peacock and Billy Higgins I feel bad about this list Originally Posted by wizard Someone made a comment earlier about "early guitarists" that made me realize that we don't talk about good old Charlie Christian much on this site.
Maybe I've been reading the wrong threads. As for albums - any of his stuff with Benny Goodman is great. Album) know he's not lesser known I just thought it was interesting that we don't discuss him more. Sorry for this late attempt of reviving the thread I am referring to Bill Connors - a guitarist, a composer and an improviser who truly deserves a wider recognition Younger members may be interested in his work with Chick Corea's Return to Forever band, as well as in his solo third stream?
As to my knowledge, his most recent release is the Assembler from The previous homily may also be addressed to the early works of Terje Rypdal Join Date Sep Posts 7. Originally Posted by m78w. Mundell Lowe- There are some good Youtube footage of Mundell playing years ago and more recent. I still think Ben Monder is sadly underrated even though he's one of the busiest jazz guitarist in New York City.
Rare picture of Ben with a beard:. Nice to see some of Nat Cole's guitarists up here! Of course there are a lot of unknown greats in every town! Ray Chamberlain was here in Buffalo NY Oops, forgot about a guy on YouTube you should check out.
Joel Patterson from Chicago. He's a younger guy that really knows his blues and jazz, and can even tear it up on pedal steel. Just curious Contemporary Hillbilly swing might be "swing time" by Wayne "the train" Hancock. Some folks are trying to keep it alive! I like that fusion of country and jazz. I think it is pretty interesting, but needs to be experimented with more. Thankfully, Bill Frisell continues to show this kind of influence although the term now is called "Americana," whatever that means.
People didn't want to call it country jazz or even hillbilly jazz sounds kind of cliche, so they just decided to call Americana. The media comes up with some strange names for things that can't really be labeled or find some category that this music fits into.
Check out these albums by Bill Frisell for some of that Americana thing:. Hello everybody, did anyone mention Kenny Poole?? You can find one of the best versions of Brasil in youtube.
He plays by himself and it's simply so good. The tone is also interesting, it looks as if he played he's no longer with us two tones down. I have an old 45rpm of him doing "Witchcraft" Howard Roberts was great also Barney Kessel is one of my favorites I'll check it out One of my favorite "lesser known" players is Ben Monder. For those of you who know Ben you should check out his new Composition book from Mel Bay. It's a great book and I've been glued to it since I got it.
It's really got me reenergized in the practice room! Surprised its not played more often on guitar. Love what Jeff Beck did with that song. Originally Posted by m78w.
I just realized Join Date Dec Posts George Golla. Sal Salvador:. Harry Leahey:, Album). Some really good pedal steel players out there Originally Posted by hot ford coupe. Mundell Lowe- There are some good Youtube footage of Mundell playing years ago and more recent. Page 3 of 3 First 1 2 3 Jump to page:. JGO Navigation. Latest Threads. Tube amps Fender: Do you recognize this? New Forum Posts. May your recovery be quick and complete. Today, PM. Fewell's Melodic Approach - Ch. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Ampless in Canada.
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