Kenny Burrell and the West Coast All Stars
Kenny Burrell- guitar
Jerome Ricardson- sax and flute
Conte Candoli- trumpet
Art Hillary- keyboards
Leroy Vinegar- bass
Shelley Mann- drums
(I am not certain the spellings of some band members' names are correct)
1st annual Friends of Jazz festival
Laguna Beach, Ca.
December 1 and 2, 1979
N.P.R. Jazz Alive broadcast
1: Shelley Mann interview and announcer introduction 6:14
2: the common ground 9:39
3: band introductions :48
4: a child is born 12:12
5: blues in the closet 10:32
6: it don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing (Duke Ellington) >
now's the time 12:40
7: announcer wrap up :32
WBUR 90.9 FM radio >
Sansui 8 reciever >
unknown reel recorder (not the crummy one) >
Scotch 7" reel at 3.3/4 ips >
played on Teac 3300 reel deck with realtek soundcard into soundforge 4.5 (WAV) >
FLAC 6 > torrentially yours.
this was part of National Public Radio's (U.S.A.) "Jazz Alive" series.
It is taken from 2 concerts on consecutive days and this is their complete
broadcast (the introduction cuts in slightly but all the music is uninterrupted)
all these songs are jazz standards. as the introduction says the style of
music here isn't exactly "west coast" style jazz, so named apparently
because the players come from the West Coast of U.S. area. I know alot of people
like the music of Kenny Burrell, one of the finest jazz guitarists around
at this time who could sound a little like early 70's George Benson (before
he went commercial pop with breezin' and this masquerade) and liked to play
a hollow-body electric guitar that has a nice tone to it (much like Benson
in earlier years). Also much like Benson, he was one of the best I've heard
at playing that kind of a guitar, and he's been doing it a long time, becoming
one of the more original and distinctive jazz guitarists of all.
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