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Jim Hall

Concierto ( CTI: 40th Anniversary ed. )

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Concierto De Aranjuez - Chet Baker & Paul Desmond &Jim Hall & Ron Carter & Steve Gadd & Roland Hanna
Jim Hall - Jazz Guitar Master Class (Part 1)
Jim Hall performs 'Subsequently' & 'Skylark'
1 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To  
2 Two's Blues  
3 The Answer Is Yes  
4 Concierto De Aranjuez  
5 Rock Skippin' At The Blue Note  
6 Unfinished Business  
7 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To(Alternate Take)  
8 The Answer Is Yes (Alternate Take)  
9 Rock Skippin' At The Blue Note (Alternate Take)  
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Amongst the many CTI classics of the 1970s, few stand the test of time as well as guitarist Jim Hall's Concierto, an ambitious album that, in its original form, married one side of modern mainstream with a second taken up by a 19-minute version of Joaquin Rodrigo's 1939 piece for classical guitar and orchestra, "Concierto de Aranjuez." That Miles Davis and Gil Evans had already delivered what was considered the definitive jazz adaptation on the trumpeter's 1960 classic, Sketches of Spain (Columbia), and that pianist Chick Corea had grabbed parts as the intro to his now-classic "Spain," were clearly no deterrents to Hall, or to arranger Don Sebesky, who-sticking with this minimalist quintet/sextet rather than the overblown orchestras he'd sometimes resort to on other CTI titles-delivers one of the best charts of his career.

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