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9 thoughts on “ Guitar Blues - Eddie Lang And Lonnie Johnson (2) - Blue Guitars (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Label + #: Parlophone PMC Artist:Eddie Lang & Lonnie Johnson. Album:Blue Guitars. Original UK Mono press of this lovely album.
  2. Blues Guitars 1 & 2 Eddie Lang. out of 5 stars including three tracks with Lonnie Johnson (a Black musician who interacted so perfectly with Lang the two sound like a single four-armed musician playing an string guitar) and two with Carl Kress (a white player who learned from Lang and survived him by 32 years). Kessel see where i /5(15).
  3. Two virtuoso guitarists are featured alone, together and with a small cast of supporting players-including Louis Armstrong, Eddie Condon, Albert Nicholas, Joe Sullivan- on the BGO double-album reissue compilation Blue Guitars, Vols. 1 & 2.
  4. Lonnie Johnson on the other hand was well known for blues, but excelled in jazz, and especially chord composition, creating a vocabulary nobody but perhaps his partner Eddie Lang and (much later) Wes Montgomery would master. Chet Atkins may well be Johnson's only contemporary in the history of overall guitar mastery. Not to take away from Eddie /5(22).
  5. This set features two giants of the guitar - Lonnie Johnson was a bluesman who could play jazz and Lang was a jazzman who could play blues. There are seven incredible guitar duets including such gems as Hot Fingers/ Have To Change Keys To Play The Blues and Two Tone Stomp. There are also solo performances by each, two tracks by the Louis Armstrong Orch - one with Lang and one with .
  6. Eddie Lang, Lonnie Johnson, guitars ; in part accompanied by Arthur Schutt, Frank Signorelli, pianos. Event notes: Recorded in New York between Apr. and May
  7. Blue Guitars, Vols. 1 & 2 (2-CD) by Eddie Lang / Lonnie Johnson - CD () for $ from bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfo Jazz - Order by Phone /5(3).
  8. Two virtuoso guitarists are featured alone, together and with a small cast of supporting players on the BGO double-album reissue compilation Blue Guitars, Vols. 1 & bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfoelphia native Salvatore Massara, known professionally as Eddie Lang () and New Orleans' own Alonzo Johnson, who worked under the name Lonnie Johnson () both played blues and jazz guitar about .
  9. All the Eddie Lang tracks are found on Blue Guitars 1 & 2 so you might find yourself duplicating, hence only 4 stars. The set is worth having though for the Carl Kress and Dick McDonough tracks. B. Arthur is a professional guitarist and guitar teacher active in Northumberland UK/5(6).

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