Cover image for We remember Tal a tribute to Tal Farlow.
Title:
We remember Tal a tribute to Tal Farlow.
Author:
Farlow, Tal.
Publication Information:
Cincinnati, OH : J Curve Records, [1999]

â„—1999
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Jazz guitar or guitars with rhythm section.

Compact disc.
Contents:
With the wind and rain in her hair / Edwards ; Lawrence (3:46) -- Move / Best ; Hendricks (3:38) -- Isn't it romantic? / Rodgers ; Hart (4:17) -- Fascinating rhythm / Gershwin(3:33) --Miss you Tal / Elf (5:07) -- Talology / Johnston (4:20) -- Autumn in New York / Duke (6:33) -- Gibson boy / Farlow (3:29) -- I remember you / Mercer ; Schertzinger (6:15) -- Meteor / Farlow (3:33) -- The more I see you / Gordon ; Warren (5:48) -- My romance / Rodgers ; ; Hart (2:14).
Personal Subject:
UPC:
669749100824
Format :
Music CD

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Summary

Summary

As a memorial to the much-revered Tal Farlow, guitarist/producer Mark Elf rounded up a sextet of like-minded guitarists (including Elf himself) for a sleek, lively session of solo numbers, duets and a quartet. Elf's guest guitarists include Peter Bernstein, Gene Bertoncini, Randy Johnston, Mundell Lowe and Jack Wilkins -- and though none overtly try to imitate Farlow, they all share a mellow tone quality, lightning-fast technique when needed (check out Elf's "Move" -- it moves!), and a predilection for safe, straight-ahead bop runs. There are two tribute tunes -- Johnston's marvelous uptempo "Talology" and Elf's ballad "Miss You Tal" - a couple of Farlow's own pieces ("Meteor," "Gibson Boy") are included; the rest are standards that he liked to play or whatever the six guitarists felt like blowing on. Dennis Irwin (bass) and the propulsive Idris Muhammad (drums) handle all of the rhythm work, laying out only for Wilkins' solo "My Romance." On the sole quartet track, the multiplied guitars of Bernstein, Johnston, Lowe and Wilkins make a delicious sound together on a fast-paced "Fascinating Rhythm; " it would have been nice to have more of those meetings on the disc. ~ Richard S. Ginell


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