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Charlie Christian, Wes Montgomery - Special Broadcast Jam Sessions album download

Performer:

Charlie Christian

Title:

Special Broadcast Jam Sessions

Genre:

Jazz

MP3 album size:

1389 mb

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Charlie Christian, Wes Montgomery - Special Broadcast Jam Sessions album download

Tracklist

Rare Unreleased Broadcasts Charlie Christian
Charlie Christian Solo Flight
Charlie Christian Chonk Charlie Chonk
Charlie Christian Gone With The Wind?
The Original Rare Billy Bauer Broadcast
Billy Bauer You Stepped Out Of A Dream
Teddy Bunn Quartet
Teddy Bunn Flying Home
Teddy Bunn Tempo And Swing
Teddy Bunn Floyd Smith's Guitar Blues
Wes Montgomery Special Broadcast Jam Session
Wes Montgomery Caravan
Wes Montgomery 'Round Midnight
Wes Montgomery 4 On 6

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BE-KOG 14800 Charlie Christian, Wes Montgomery Charlie Christian, Wes Montgomery - Special Broadcast Jam Sessions ‎(LP, Comp) Beppo BE-KOG 14800 Unknown
BE-KOG 14800 Charlie Christian, Billy Bauer, Teddy Bunn Quartet, Wes Montgomery Charlie Christian, Billy Bauer, Teddy Bunn Quartet, Wes Montgomery - Kings Of The Guitar ‎(LP, Comp) Beppo BE-KOG 14800 Unknown

The Immortal Charlie Christian 1992. Live Sessions At Minton's Playhouse (New York, May 1941) 1989. Good Enough To Keep (With Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang) CD1 1995. Memorial Album (Vinyl) CD1 1977. Masters Of Jazz Vol. 9: 1939-. Seven Come Eleven 2001. Good Enough To Keep (Air Mail Special).

This article lists Charlie Parker's Savoy and Dial sessions as leader, which were recorded between 1945 and 1948. Also included is Miles Davis's first session as leader in 1947, with Parker on tenor saxophone (Session 7). Charlie Parker's Reboppers. Recorded November 26, 1945, in New York City for Savoy Records. Thriving from a Riff" (. Meandering" (based on "Embraceable You").

John Leslie "Wes" Montgomery (March 6, 1923 – June 15, 1968) was an American jazz guitarist. Montgomery was known for an unusual technique of plucking the strings with the side of his thumb which granted him a distinctive sound. He often worked with his brothers Buddy and Monk and with organist Jimmy Smith.

Written-By – Charlie Parker. 1-8. Far Wes. Written-By – Wes Montgomery. Written-By – D. Hill, W. Robinson.

I love Charlie Christian. Charlie Christian (Full álbum). Wes Montgomery - Here's That Rainy Day - Live London 1965. Clifford Brown Quintet in Philadelphia - A Night in Tunisia.

Discography of Charlie Christian. Selected Broadcasts & Jam Sessions CD4. 2002. Selected Broadcasts & Jam Sessions CD3.

What are the best albums by Charlie Christian? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Charlie Christian - Selected Broadcast & Jam Sessions (CD Used Very Good) Condition: Very Good. Time left: 1h 36m 43s. Ships to: Worldwide.

Montgomery started learning guitar in his late teens, listening to and learning recordings of his idol, the guitarist Charlie Christian. Along with the use of octaves (playing the same note on two strings one octave apart) for which he is widely known, Montgomery was also an excellent single-line or single-note player, and was very influential in the use of block chords in his solos. His playing on the jazz standard Lover Man is an example of his single-note, octave and block chord soloing. Lover Man appears on the Fantasy album THE MONTGOMERY BROTHERS. Two sessions in January 1960 yielded The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery, which was recorded as a quartet with pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Percy Heath and drummer Albert Tootie Heath. The album featured one of Montgomery's most well-known compositions, Four on Six.

Charles Henry Christian (July 29, 1916 – March 2, 1942) was an American swing and jazz guitarist. Christian was an important early performer on the electric guitar and a key figure in the development of bebop and cool jazz. He gained national exposure as a member of the Benny Goodman Sextet and Orchestra from August 1939 to June 1941. His single-string technique, combined with amplification, helped bring the guitar out of the rhythm section and into the forefront as a solo instrument

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