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8 thoughts on “ Barney Kessel - Portrait (CD) ”

  1. Track #4, taken from the Conte Candoli CD "Portrait of a Count" (FSRCD ) Track #5, taken from the Herb Geller CD "You're Looking at Me" (FSRCD ) 'California Connection,' a trio reading of Barney Kessel's "Swedish Pastry" with bassist Dave .
  2. Barney Kessel Contemporary Contemporary (label) Jazz (CD, LP) A pretty nice jazz tribute to the Billy Wilder film of the same name – and one that reprises a number of tunes from the film, especially popular songs of the 20s – but brings them back in a way that's still got plenty of hip 50s jazz touches!
  3. Aug 15,  · Charlie Parker - Portrait - CD 07 - Whats New Sweet Georgia Brown() (Los Angeles, January 29, ) Lady Be Good() (Los Angeles, March 25, ) Ballad Medley() a. All.
  4. Biographie. Barney Kessel sien Karriere fung mit 14 Johr in sien Gebortsoort Muskogee an. Dor speel he as eenzig Witt in en laacerohealimoosrwipanpostsmethwinca.coinfo eersten Job in Los Angeles, wohen he ansluutend truck, harr he in dat Chico Marx Orchestra, dat de Komiker Chico Marx grünnd harr. /45 hett he in de Band vun Charlie Barnet arbeit, bi Artie laacerohealimoosrwipanpostsmethwinca.coinfo Musikers ut Shaw sien .
  5. Joan Records B.V. P.O. Box BJ Leeuwarden The Netherlands Tel. +31 (0) 58 2 Fax +31 (0) 58 2
  6. Soaring by Barney Kessel () Barney Kessel. out of 5 stars 3. Audio CD. Portrait In Jazz [LP] Bill Evans. out of 5 stars Vinyl. I love this album because you hear more of Kessel than a lot of his other albums, due to other instruments being involved. Kessel does well in a three piece. Read more/5(26).
  7. In Contemporary Records founded a new jazz label, Stereo Records, for stereo technology records. Stereo Records releases have the word “STEREO” in a white oval on the front cover. The Stereo Records S series was active from to , and had black labels with gold text. Stereo record releases later reverted to the Contemporary Records.
  8. Barney Kessel Lick 2. Barney was a fan of big, 5-note chords, and here is an example of Barney-style chord shapes being applied to a ii-V-I-VI chord progression in the key of C major.. Notice how the G stays on top of each chord, as this was also something Barney liked to do. Using a continuous top-note can help bring a cohesiveness to your chord changes.

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