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Oscar Moore / Barney Kessel / Tal Farlow - Swing Guitars download mp3 album
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Tea For Two. A5. –Oscar Moore. Sonny Boy. A6. A Foggy Day. B2. Carl Perkins (piano) Oscar Moore (guitar) Joe Comfort (bass) George Jenkins (drums) Los Angeles, CA, April 22, -6 Sonny Boy 2315-10 Beautiful Moons Ago 2316-3 A Foggy Day 2317-1 Oscar's Blues. Claude Williamson (piano) Tal Farlow (guitar) Red Mitchell (bass) Stan Levey (drums) Los Angeles, CA, April 25, -2 Lullaby Of The Leaves 2319-1 Stompin' At The Savoy 2320-4 This Is Always 2321-7 Tea For Two. also issued on Verve MGV 8124.

Talmage Holt Farlow (June 7, 1921 – July 25, 1998) was an American jazz guitarist. He was nicknamed "Octopus" because of how his large, quick hands spread over the fretboard. As Steve Rochinski notes, "Of all the guitarists to emerge in the first generation after Charlie Christian, Tal Farlow, more than any other, has been able to move beyond the rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic vocabulary associated with the early electric guitar master.

The Tal Farlow Album (Norgran MGN 1047). Tal Farlow, Barry Galbraith, guitar; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Joe Morello, drums. If There's Someone Lovelier Than You. 1731-4. With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair. Tal Farlow - Poppin' And Burnin' (Verve 815 236-1). Hank Jones, piano; Tal Farlow, guitar; Oscar Pettiford, cello; Ray Brown, bass; Henry Bellson, drums. NYC, February 11, 1956. I Wished On The Moon. Swinging Till The Girls Come Home.

13: Tal Farlow: The Swinging Guitar Of Tal Farlow (1957). From Greensboro, North Carolina, Talmadge Holt Farlow established himself as one of jazz’s premier guitarists in the 50s. Released in 1957, this was the follow-up album to the previous year’s Tal, and it reunited the guitarist with Eddie Costa and Vinnie Burke under the supervision of producer Norman Granz. 6: Barney Kessel: To Swing Or Not To Swing (1956). A member of the 60s’ West Coast session mafia The Wrecking Crew, Kessel was also in demand as a jazz sideman and famously accompanied singer Julie London on her immortal 1955 version of ‘Cry Me A River’ no solo album but his work is very worthy of note.

Tal Farlow (Jazz Guitar Player). Oscar Moore, Barney Kessel, Tal Farlow. The Interpretations of Tal Farlow.