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Greg Cohen Trio - El Passo

Greg Cohen: bass - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greg_Cohen
Max Andrzejewski: drums - http://maxandrzejewski.de/
Kalle Kalima: guitar - http://kallekalima.com/

Recordered at Berlin Ink Tattooing

 

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Kalle Kalima folosește o chitară Deimel: http://www.deimelguitarworks.de/kalle-kalima/

 

Kalle Kalima is a very interesting guitarist, who developed a unique jazz guitar style on its own. Similar to Barbara Jungfer, he also showed me his Ibanez John Scofield Semi Acoustic in order to see what he had been playing previously. He asked me about a solid body, but with the same neck like his Ibanez he is used to. The overall body design was basically an ergonomic decision. I showed him some of my earlier works and told him about my love for offset waist bodies. Anybody who has played this kind of body design, never complains since the guitar just sits or hangs on you completely comfortable. The big advantage is, besides of its good look, that you basically forget about the instrument and just play your notes!

Kalle wanted to have a simple ”true guitar look” and we just decided for light Honduras mahogany to construct the guitar. He was very concerned about getting a vast variety of sounds out of it, to have a new, experimental base for his musical style.

We took a L.R.Baggs X-Bridge, which produces a real Piezo Western guitar sound and a variety of passive pickups, which include a Joe Barden Two Tone, an old Tele-Rhytm (rewound), and a Gibson P 100. All these pickups were meticulously chosen by Kalle and myself in order to produce classic sounds, but also new sounds, when used in combination. So a 5-way Megaswitch combines them all in a useful manner and without any single coil hum. When mixed with the Piezo Volume there are so many variations to choose from, that he still can find new sounds even after all this years he has been already using it.

 

Tuners: Kluson with Ebony buttons
Nut: graphite
Neck: Sipo Mahogany, three pieces counter glued, Jaccaranda Rosewood fretboard, short scale
Body: one piece light Honduras Mahogany
Bridge: L.R. Baggs X-Bridge Tremolo
Pickups: Joe Barden Two Tone, old Fender Tele Rhytm (rewound), Gibson P 100

 

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Bill Frisell - http://www.billfrisell.com/home

Since growing up in Denver and studying with Longmont-based guitarist Dale Bruning, Bill Frisell has gone on to be one of the most distinctive voices in jazz guitar. With an instantly recognizable tone, Frisell has forged a captivating approach to jazz, throwing in a bit of twang and folk into his playing. Since his early '80s ECM recordings like In Line and Rambler, Frisell went on to release close to three dozen albums under his own name as well as teaming up with luminaries like Paul Motian and John Zorn.
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Pat Metheny - http://www.patmetheny.com/

 

Pat Metheny, is a prolific jazz guitarist, whose work ranges from avant-garde to commercial fusion. With Speak of Now - Live In Concert, the Pat Metheny Group launches a tight, intense, uplifting, and musically complex assortment of sounds that has never been put together before and can be enjoyed by all in one outstanding performance. The band features Metheny (guitar), Lyle Mays (keyboards), Steve Rodby (acoustic bass, cello), Richard Bona (vocals, percussion, guitar, bass), Cuong Vu (trumpet, vocals) and Antonio Sanchez (drums).

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPhJn6pz6Fg

 

John Scofieldhttp://www.johnscofield.com/

 

John Scofield's guitar work has influenced jazz since the late 70’s and is going strong today. Possessor of a very distinctive sound and stylistic diversity, Scofield is a masterful jazz improviser whose music generally falls somewhere between post-bop, funk edged jazz, and R & B.

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Mike Stern (guitar), Didier Lockwood (violin), Dave Weckl (drum) & Tom Kennedy (bass) at Jazz à Vienne 2011

Mike Stern - http://www.mikestern.org/profile.php
 
Although he's a Yamaha signature artist these days, for years Stern played a custom-built guitar (by Boston-based luthier Michael Aronson) that featured a Telecaster-style body and a ‘50s Broadcaster neck (Seymour Duncan humbucker in the neck position, Bill Lawrence single-coil in the bridge). This replaced an original ‘50s Tele that was stolen from him in an armed robbery. The Aronson guitar is in turn the basis for the Yamaha PA511MS, the Mike Stern signature model.
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Eivind Aarset - http://www.eivindaarset.com/

https://www.facebook.com/eivindaarset
 
Eivind Aarset is a guitarist with a unique musical vision that absorbs and reflects all manner of music while retaining an enviable individualism and high quality craftsmanship that can span from quiet intimacy to searing intensity. His debut as a bandleader on Jazzland Recordings was described by the New York Times as "One of the best post-Miles electric jazz albums," setting a high benchmark that Aarset has consistently met and exceeded, both in the studio and in live performance.

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Jean-Paul Bourelly - Citizen X - Live

Jean-Paul Bourelly: guitar, sampling
Sadiq Bey: vocals, electronics
Reggie Washington: bass
Kenny Martin: drums
 
Jean-Paul Bourelly started his musical career in Chicago playing with some of the south side’s most adventurous figures like Phil Corran, Pete Cozey and formed his outlook on music. The city was blazing one night and the next day everything was gone. So was the 60′s in the heat of social change. Bourelly moved his avant blues on to New york, performing with Elvin Jones, Miles Davis and Pharoah Sanders before embarking on 14 cd’s under his own name, which include Saints and Sinners (DIW), the rock flavored Trippin and Afro experimental trip, Boom Bop.
 

Citizen X (Bourelly and Bey) - This newly formed duo appeals to the cinematic sense of music and the freedom to navigate beyond category. Inspired by the revolutionary 1960´s of Detroit, Chicago and Los Angeles, marinated over time, Citizen X finds a new voice in the theatre of today´s globalized one-world politics. The duets move through a landscape filled with a sense of spirituality, atmospheric sound bytes punctuated by wide ranging guitar sounds and observant commentary on today’s tumultuous world. Cadillac Eldorados, Sun Ra´s Arkestra and names like Amiri Baraka, Fred Hampton and Huey P. Newton come to mind in a blend of black-a-delic consciousness, bringing a sense of proximity to both danger, beauty and love.
 
http://blog.bourelly.de/groups/citizen-x/
http://www.bourelly.com
http://www.bourelly.de Edited by SLOW MIGRATION & THE HUBA HUBA'S

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cu tot respectul, dar exact aceeasi piesa a fost postata de curand, la postul #16. 

imi permit sa fac o recomandare: aici se posteaza, de catre iubitorii genului, piese reprezentative, in ideea popularizarii culturii muzicale, asa ca eu cred ca este bine sa studiati cu atentie subiectul respectiv, inainte de a posta. no offence.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bzs3F2RUV64

"The Great Guitars" - Here's That Rainy Day [1988]
"Stadthalle", Leonberg (Germany), April 24, 1988

Barney Kessel - Guitar
Tal Farlow - Guitar
Charlie Byrd - Guitar & Vocals
Joe Byrd - Bass
Chuck Redd - Drums

Barney Kessel (October 17, 1923 – May 6, 2004) was an American jazz guitarist born in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Noted in particular for his knowledge of chords and inversions and chord-based melodies, he was a member of many prominent jazz groups as well as a "first call" guitarist for studio, film, and television recording sessions. Kessel was a member of the group of session musicians informally known as The Wrecking Crew.

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