Acoustic guitar, keyboards, bass, composer. A prolific program player through the ’70s, Barry Finnerty found New York from your West Coastline in 1973. He’d analyzed traditional piano as a kid, taken acoustic guitar lessons as a teenager and briefly went to Berklee in 1971. Finnerty became a member of Chico Hamilton in 1974, and later on that year caused Airto and Flora Purim. He became a member of the Joe Farrell quartet in 1975, and later on did classes and documented with Hamilton, Hubert Laws and regulations, The Tower of Power as well as the group Beefy Crimson. Finnerty appeared in the Montreux and Monterey Celebrations in the middle-’70s using Hamilton and Airto respectively.
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|Strangers Kiss||1983||musician: guitar|
|A Hero Ain't Nothin' But a Sandwich||1978||musician: guitar - uncredited|
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