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Blues In B - Charlie Christian - Guitar Wizard (CD)


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  1. Kamuro says:
    What can be said about Charlie Christian that hasn’t already been dutifully noted in the jazz guitar log book? A light that shone brightly and briefly, his death at the age of 25 left a frustratingly small discography that fans have pored over in detail while extracting as much information as possible.. His groundbreaking playing and concepts laid the path for all future practitioners of the.
  2. Tauzilkree says:
    Charlie Christian Bio: Charlie Christian () was the founding father and primary architect of the modern jazz guitar style. He was the first major soloist on the electric guitar. With Christian, the electric guitar became a distinct solo voice; equivalent to a saxophone, trumpet or clarinet, and capable of the same levels of expressiveness and intensity.
  3. Volrajas says:
    TRANSCRIPTIONS. The Guitar Solos of Charlie Christian • One of the greatest solos ever recorded in the history of jazz: “TOPSY” (widely known as “Swing to Bop”) • The two studio recordings of Charlie Christian’s famous Guitar Concerto: “SOLO FLIGHT” • A brilliant solo on “HONEYSUCKLE ROSE” in a studio recording with the full orchestra.
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    Buy Mp3 Music Online / Charlie Christian / The Genius Of The Electric Guitar () CD2 Charlie Christian — The Genius Of The Electric Guitar () CD2 $
  5. Melabar says:
    Charlie Christian is the most important Guitarist in the history of jazz guitar. He greatly changed the history of his instrument. Somehow Benny Goodman's brother-in-law John Hammond (the guy who is credited with;l discovering Basie, Dylan Thomas and Bruce Springsteen) got him heard and he just clicked with Goodman/5(14).
  6. Akinoshakar says:
    Format: CD, Year: , Label: Le Jazz, Barcode: , Length:
  7. Tojarr says:
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  8. Donris says:
    C&A. After the preceding tune starts breaking down, a few bars into the third chorus Johnny Guarnieri calls out, “Let’s play the blues.” Charlie Christian continues in A♭.. “Charlie, Charlie, let’s play the blues in B” and immediately the piano and guitar are off with Blues in B —at a fairly quick tempo for that key.. Indeed, after struggling for a few bars, near the end of.

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