|Joe Pass: The Joe Pass Collection Performed by Joe Pass. Guitar tablature songbook for guitar. Series: Hal Leonard Artist Transcriptions. 80 pages. Published by Hal Leonard. (HL.672353)
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Visit Ralph's The Vanilla Book .The Vanilla Book is a resource for the working jazz musician that contains basic chord changes to over 400 standard tunes.
Plays an 8 string guitar tuned in major 3rds.
(from artist's site) - Ralph Patt, was born in 1929 in Kittanning, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1952 with a degree in geology. In Pittsburgh, he studied with guitarist Joe Negri.
(from artist's site) - From jazz guitarist to Army Captain to Corporate Executive, Howard Paul is a man of many talents. A gifted musician and business leader, he has for years maintained dual careers in music and corporate America. As a Captain in the US Army (1986-1995) and executive for Chatham Steel (1996-2006), he has shown a tremendous capacity in operations, logistics, and strategic planning. Musically, he has led his own trio and quartet since 1992, working regularly with bassist/jazz legend Ben Tucker. A recurring performer in Savannah‚Äôs annual jazz and music festivals, he hosts the house band at well-respected The Jazz Corner in Hilton Head, where he serves on the advisory board.
|Best of Les Paul Performed by Les Paul. Guitar Recorded Versions (Authentic note-for-note transcriptions). With notes and tablature. Size 9x12 inches. 128 pages. Published by Hal Leonard. (690594)
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(from WidipediA: site) John Paul 'Bucky' Pizzarelli (born January 9, 1926 is an American classical jazz guitarist and banjoist, perhaps most notable for his work with jazz guitarist John Pizzarelli, his son. John has also worked for NBC as a staffman for Dick Cavett (1951) and also ABC with Bobby Rosengarden in (1952). The list of musicians Bucky has collaborated with over his career is considerable, including Les Paul, Stephane Grappelli, and Benny Goodman. Bucky acknowledges Django Reinhardt, Freddie Green, and George Van Eps for their influences on his style and mode of play.
Fresh Air from WHYY, September 25, 2006 Š John Pizzarelli has been playing jazz guitar with his legendary father, Bucky, since he was 6 years old. John's latest album is Dear Mr. Sinatra, on which he plays songs written for Ol' Blue Eyes. Pizzarelli appears at the Birdland jazz club in Manhattan this week... link
Fresh Air from WHYY, September 25, 2006 ¬∑ John Pizzarelli has been playing jazz guitar with his legendary father, Bucky, since he was 6 years old. John's latest album is Dear Mr. Sinatra, on which he plays songs written for Ol' Blue Eyes. Pizzarelli appears at the Birdland jazz club in Manhattan this week... link
(from WidipediA:'s site) John Pizzarelli, Jr. (born April 6, 1960) is an Italian-American jazz guitarist, vocalist, songwriter and bandleader born in Paterson, New Jersey. He is married to torch singer Jessica Molaskey whom he has recorded with on each of her albums, and is also the son of fellow jazz guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli.
Roger's style fuses a number of musical genres, including jazz, funk, ambient, acoustic alternative, ethnic, and soundtrack influences.
(from artist's site) - Kenny Poole took up guitar at 14 years of age after hearing Chet Atkins‚Äô album "Fingerstyle Guitar, and thinking to himself, "If this is possible, I want to do it." He became exposed to jazz and Brazilian music a few years later and fell in love with both.
Kenny was working professionally as a musician by 1966 and has extensive experience in recording studios, TV & radio, jazz concerts, and countless "gigs." He has been written up in many periodicals from Billboard to Guitar Player and all stops in between.
(from artist's site) - "Pat Pratico is a name most of JJG's readers will not be familiar with. He's a fine 6/7 string player based in N.J., who just released his first CD...He arranged most of the tunes... This is a fine introduction to a solid, classy player." Reviewed by Ed Bensen (Just Jazz Guitar)
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