8 thoughts on “ Spanish Guitar Blues - Charlie Byrd - Four Classic Albums (CD) ”

  1. Byrd's contributions are the most interesting, including as they do some vehicles for unaccompanied guitar and some classical flavorings. The 11 tracks are consistent enough in mood and quality to flow together well, though the CD's mostly of use to random record buyers struck by an impulse for some jazz guitar recordings, rather than serious 7/
  2. Featured alongside Byrd on Spanish guitar are Tom Newsom on flute and tenor sax, Al Lucas on bass and Bobby Donaldson on drums. Byrd is also featured on electric guitar on the last two tracks. Back by popular demand after his first solo album we have "Blues /5(9).
  3. Apple Music Preview. Sign Out Sign In Try It Now 41 Songs, 2 Hours 33 Minutes Preview. The Spanish Guitar Blues By Charlie Byrd 17 Blues for Felix By Charlie Byrd 18 Swing 59 By Charlie Byrd 19 El Decaméron Negro: II. la Huida de los Amantes Por el Valle de los Ecos.
  4. Jan 01,  · This is such a good album. I love Charlie Byrd's work because he plays jazz so well, but plays a classical guitar. It gives Byrd a unique tone and feel. One of my top three with Kessel and Pass. I also love how Byrd uses an electric guitar for this album as well/5(9).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mr. Guitar on Discogs/5(2).
  6. Here's the second theme to the fingerstyle piece "Spanish Guitar Blues" by Charlie Byrd. This second theme is a quite a bit harder to play than the first theme. Here's what it sounds like at the normal tempo of beats per minute: Below I've broken the piece up into 3 parts. Here you can practice playing along at a slower tempo: Part 1. Part 2.
  7. Byrd's Word. Byrd's Word 5 The Guitar Artistry Of Charlie Byrd. Homage To Charlie Christian 3 The image shown here is NOT an image of the actual item for sale. Four O'Clock Funk 5 42 Seller Rating: % positive.

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