Saturday, April 23, 2016

A Recital By Tal Farlow

In this Norgran Album, "A Recital By Tal Farlow", you will hear guitarist Farlow in a new and decidedly unfamiliar setting as a part of a six-piece combination. Normally, of course, Farlow finds himself an integral corner of a jazz trio, most notably these last few years, The Red Norvo Trio.
Trio or six pieces, when Farlow takes guitar in hand, there are occasional moments when he is besumed by the fate that steered him into professional music to begin with.
From the original book
let.


Source : http://www.vervemusicgroup.com

A Recital By
Tal Farlow

Tracks

1 You Come Along (From Out of Nowhere) (Green, Heyman)  5:28
2 Walkin' (Carpenter)  5:27
3 Moonlight Becomes You (Burke, Van Heusen)  4:24
4 On The Alamo (Jones, Kahn)  4:09
5 Will You Still Be Mine ? (Adair, Dennis)  4:02
6 Lorinesque (Farlow)  4:16
7 Bye Bye Baby (Bennett, Gray, Hamm, Lown)  4:08

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Personnel
Bob Enevoldsen - tb
Bill Perkins - ts
Bob Gordon - sb
Tal Farlow - g
Monty Budwig - b
Lawrence Marable - dr


Recorded at Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, California ; May 3 [# 2, 4 & 5] & 4 [# 1, 3, 6 & 7], 1955

14 comments:

Blue Eyes said...

Great album with Tal Farlow, thank you Mel for this lossless upgrade !

neil said...

Now I can ditch my mp3s; many thanks, mel...

L.O.L. said...

Very nice post. :)

jazztap said...

merci

Tac Igure said...

Merci beaucoup, Mel

Mais, premiere part n'existe pas.


Upload, s'il vous plait.

Luis Lorenzo said...

Gracias Mel!

Richard Stands said...

Tal Farlow link is mixed with Dick Garcia

Jazzsoulman said...

thank you

Melanchthon said...

http://www10.zippyshare.com/v/eMWtSwnR/file.html

crispi said...

I love Tal Farlow. I think this was from the "David Stone Martin" collection, no? When they put 10-inch LPs on CDs in Japan.

deGallo said...

One of the greats of jazz guitar! Thank you.

lowgroove said...

Thanks once again for a great album.

baar said...

thank you, Mel

AmyBRAINS said...

It's really a very nice album.
Great Tal Farlow!!!
Many, many thanks, Melanchthon.