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The Great Guitars: Barney Kessel, Charlie Byrd and Herb Ellis • 11-07-1982 • World of Jazz

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Three of the all time greatest jazz guitarists perform their unique skills on the guitar:
Barney Kessel, born in Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA on October 17, 1923 was known for his chord-based melodies and was a prolific member of the so-called ‘Wrecking Crew’ group of musicians that accompanied and played on records as diverse as The Mamas & Papas, Sonny & Cher and The Beach Boys.
He was voted best guitarist in Down Beat Magazine in 1956, 1957 and 1958 and recorded numerous albums. The Gibson Guitar Corporation introduced the Barney Kessel model guitar in 1961 to honour his skills. Barney died on May 6, 2004.
Herb Ellis was an American guitarist who probably was best known as member of Oscar Peterson’s Trio in the 1950’s. He was born on August 4, 1921 as Mitchell Herbert Ellis. He played with Jimmy Dorsey’s band and played on numerous Verve records supporting jazz giants like Ben Webster, Stan Getz, Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong. Herb died on March 20, 2010.
Charlie Byrd was one of America’s greatest guitarists. Born on September 16, 1925 in Suffolk, Virginia, he was strongly influenced by Django Reinhardt’s style and Brazilian bossa nova.
He played in Woody Herman’s band in the late 1950’s and recorded ‘Jazz Samba’ with Stan Getz. Also he recorded the famous bossa nova albums with João Gilberto and Antonio Carlos Jobim. Byrd died on December 2, 1999.
The three great guitarists are accompanied by Joe Byrd, Charlie’s brother, on bass and Chuch Redd on drums
The repertoire included:
• "It's the talk of the town" by Marty Symes, Al J. Nieburg, Jerry Livingston;
• "Undecided" by Sid Robin, Charlie Shavers;
• "A felicidade" by Vinicius de Moraes, Antonio Carlos Jobim;
• "Manha de carnaval" by Antonio Mariz, Luis Bonfá;
• "Nuages" by Django Reinhardt;
• "Goin' out of my head" by Teddy Randazzo, Bobby Weinstein;
• "Flyin' home" by Sid Robin, Lionel Hampton, Benny Goodman.
*"Speak Low"
*"Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out."
The concert was taped on 17 July 1982 in the Congress Gebouw, The Hague, The Netherlands during the North Sea Jazz Festival.
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Ieuhaiel Schmidt • 9 часов назад
Damn. Wished I could play like that.
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Jerry Geromino • 15 часов назад
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cesco214 • 19 часов назад
Linda interpretação de "Manhã de Carnaval"! Super!
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Pat Gannon • 3 дня назад
Hey, Jimmy Bruno isn't there. That's good, keepin' it real. Hey Scott, write a book already.
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разные доки • 5 дней назад
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разные доки • 5 дней назад
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francois Bonin • 7 дней назад
foot for the bar and foot for the beat!That's great!
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STEVEN HEARRELL • 10 дней назад
How great is this concert!
Three of the best ever, playing what's inside of themselves.
So neat, clean, precise, musical.
It doesn't get better.
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Márcio Israel • 12 дней назад
Jazz é show. Love you Jazz👏👏👏Brasil.
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Benyelles Nasreddine • 13 дней назад
Great ...............
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guyguyguyjean • 14 дней назад
Wih is wich???I love this!!
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David E. Nelson • 16 дней назад
The only one not there is Ketter Betts!! I caught these guys when the came to the old Jimmy Heggs starlite club in Minneapolis...but on some the most incredible jazz jams after midnite....
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Kapitän Cook • 16 дней назад
Great Drumsolo." Great Drummer." Good Guitars."
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Neil Rossiter • 16 дней назад
Absolutely love this Raw talent, thanks for bringing this to us, fantastic, not enough of this around these days!
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หัวใจ ดี • 20 дней назад
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Rob Brown • 20 дней назад
Looks like Joe Pass had a backstage pass!
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Rob Brown • 20 дней назад
The contrast between Kessel's and Ellis's horn like lines and Charlie's pianistic chordal soloing is magic. As a teenage guitar student , I used to watch the Merv Griffin show just to listen to Herb's work wth the band and with vocalists. I still have most of the timeless recordings he made as member of the Oscar Peterson Trio. He had the most lyrical, sweet tone part of which had to do with the damping gizmo he had affixed to fret 0. I notice that, like almost every classical guitarist, Charlie had a home made position marker at the seventh fret -- in his case what appears to be a generous daub of red paint. Thanks for posting this wonderful concert!
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Marlene de Fátima Vasques Vasques • 22 дня назад
Demais!!! Sensacional!
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Carlos Perrottin • 23 дня назад
No cabe duda, estos guitarristas son una verga tocando, me cae de huevos que si. La pura chingoneria
Very Good!
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Simon Jones • 23 дня назад
Great guitar playing. I couldn't hear the bass guitar.
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Stewart McAllister • 21 день назад
Headphones work really well for bringing the bass to life on youtube vids.
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