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Jim Hall  - A Man Called Me album flac Performer: Jim Hall
Title: A Man Called Me
Style: Country
Released: 1972
MP3 album: 1169 mb
FLAC album: 1250 mb
Rating: 4.2
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Genre: Folk and Country

Jim Hall was an American jazz guitarist, composer, and arranger. His discography consists of 39 studio albums, 10 live albums, 1 EP, 1 single, 10 videos, and 22 compilations, all released between 1957 and 2016. In addition, he was a sideman on numerous albums by other artists. 1957: Jazz Guitar (Pacific Jazz) reissued in 1964 with overdubbed drums as The Winner! (Fontana). Also reissued in 2014 as disc 2 of the 10-disc collection Jazz Guitar: Ultimate Collection, Vol. 1 (Documents).

James Stanley Hall (December 4, 1930 – December 10, 2013) was an American jazz guitarist, composer and arranger. Premier Guitar magazine stated that "It could be argued that the jazz guitar tree is rooted in four names: Django, Charlie, Wes, and Jim ". Born in Buffalo, New York, before moving to Cleveland, Ohio, Hall was from a musical family, his mother played the piano, his grandfather violin, and his uncle guitar

Complete your Jim Hall (15) record collection. Discover Jim Hall (15)'s full discography. A Man Called Me ‎(7", EP). Cactus Records (20).

From: Franck Wilmart (France) Dear Mr. Hall, you had recently recorded a new album (and played 2 concerts) with Pat Metheny. Engman Hi Jim, Any tips for us who have limited practice time? I used to be able to practice 2-4 hours a day. For the last 10 years, now that I'm no longer playing for a living, workin' the day job, keeping the family happy, etc, I only get 2 or 3 nights a week to jam for an hour or so.

Beautiful! Jim hall was the man! Andres Garcia Il y a an. Listen to my music. I kind of sound just like Jim Hall. this is called, "the always full of shit Ricky da Mat show". i always know i'm in for some laughable pathetic off by a thousand light years opinion/bullshit whenever i see your name. Keep it up. I love it.

Only three of the 13 pieces are standards, including a soft and sparse treatment of "All the Things You Are" with Mraz, a whisper-soft and slowly savored "Don't Explain" with Haden, and a switch to acoustic guitar for a tense "Besame Mucho" with Colley.

A Rollins album called The Bridge with guitarist Jim Hall furthered the legend, and is one of the great recordings of the day. Other Important Hard Bop Groups: Cannonball Adderley Quintet Julian "Cannonball" Adderley made his debut in New York in 1955, and played with the Miles Davis group from 1957-59, participating in the legendary Kind of Blue recording among other Davis classics. In 1959 Adderley formed his quintet, with his brother Nat on cornet and pianist Bobby Timmons, a Jazz Messenger alumnus and composer of many "funky" style hard bop tunes. The group made a live.

Jim Hall Guitarist, composer, arranger Source for information on Hall, Jim: Contemporary Musicians dictionary. However, Hall did not limit his listening to guitarists; quite frequently, in fact, he absorbed the music of saxophonists and pianists. I had Coleman Hawkins ‘ The Man I Love ’ and ‘ Sweet Lorraine, ’ with Shelly Manne and Oscar Pettiford, and I had the Art Tatum Trio, he told Whitney Balliett, author of American Musicians II: Seventy-two Portraits in Jazz In 1957, the same year he recorded his first album as a leader - a work entitled Jazz Guitar, recorded for the Pacific Jazz label - Hall left Hamilton ’ s quintet and joined saxophonist Jimmy Giuffre ’ s trio, where he remained through 1959. From Giuffre, who ultimately replaced the trio ’ s bassist with trombonist Bob Brook-meyer, Hall learned much about the possibilities of variation.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 A Man Called Me
Written By – Bertrand-Mattoon
A2 Carbon Copy
Written By – Bertrand-Mattoon
B1 Surrender
Written-By – Rita Rasmussen
B2 How Much Is Enough
Written By – Stacey-Hall

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