George Van Eps - Mellow Guitar mp3 flac download
|Performer:||George Van Eps|
|MP3 album size:||1350 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1456 mb|
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Features Song Lyrics for George Van Eps's Mellow Guitar album.
George Van Eps. Mellow Guitar.
George Van Eps (August 7, 1913 – November 29, 1998) was an American swing and mainstream jazz guitarist. George Van Eps was born in Plainfield, New Jersey, into a family of musicians. His three brothers were musicians. His mother was a classical pianist and his father, Fred Van Eps, was a ragtime banjoist. George Van Eps began playing banjo when he was eleven years old. After hearing Eddie Lang on the radio, he put down the banjo and devoted himself to guitar
Mellow Guitar (1957). Album by George Van Eps. What Is This Thing Called Love? is a cover of.
By George Van Eps. 2009, 12 songs. 1. I'll Remember April. Listen to Mellow Guitar in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
George Van Eps is an unlikely guitar hero. He looks a grand-dad who was asked to hold a guitar. In reality, he's the grand-dad that reinvented the guitar-at least the version with that extra string on the bottom. It would be hard to imagine that Van Eps, with his decades of studio experience, wasn't capable of firing off blazing runs. Whether one notices the technique or not, there's a ton of good music on this album-sometimes from unlikely sources. By the Time I Get to Phoenix" was a nice enough tune for the Top 40. But Van Eps found a core that could support a much more sensitive interpretation. The Blue Room" is played with a bouncy joy that makes me smile just like a Billy May arrangement would. And "Where is Love" has a sad tenderness that is exceptional.
Jazz guitar listening guide: the Top 100 of jazz guitar albums + Top 10 of jazz guitarists. The ideal starting point for beginners, a reference for others. George Van Eps – Mellow Guitar. Grant Green – Green Street. Grant Green – Idle Moments.
This was the Philly-born guitar guru’s sixth album, and it found him in stellar company with a line-up that included tenor saxophonist Joshua Redman, pianist Brad Mehldau and bassist Larry Grenadier. George Van Eps – father of the 7-string jazz guitar and +1 for Bucky Pizzarelli.
|A1||I'll Remember April|
|A2||What Is This Thing Called Love?|
|A3||Let's Do It|
|A5||They Can't Take That Awy From Me|
|B1||Have You Met Miss Jones?|
|B2||Tango El Bongo|
|B3||Dancing On The Ceiling|
|B5||The Boy Next Door|
|B6||I Never Know|
- Licensed From – Columbia Special Products
- Producer – Paul Weston
NotesProduced under license from Columbia Special Products, a service of CBS Records, CBS Inc.
Original Release - Columbia Records
|CL 929||George Van Eps||Mellow Guitar (LP)||Columbia||CL 929||US||1957|
|A 33754||George Van Eps||Mellow Guitar (CD)||Euphoria||A 33754||US||1999|
|KLP 612||George Van Eps||Mellow Guitar (LP)||Coronet||KLP 612||US||1957|
|CL 929||George Van Eps||Mellow Guitar (LP, RE)||Columbia||CL 929||US||Unknown|