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Ed Hamilton

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b. Eduard Scott Hamilton, USA. Hamilton created his electric guitar playing away from an eclectic mixture of affects that included Charlie Christian and rock and roll, Latin and funk. Although he constructed a following through the early 90s he experienced problems in persuading record businesses to support him. As he informed jazz article writer Deni Kasrel, ‘Since I didn’t match any category, they didn’t believe they can sell it…’ Teaching remarkable tenacity, Hamilton stuck along with his wide-ranging choices and in 1996 could produce the record he needed. On the record he played electric guitar, bass and synthesizers, and in addition utilized guests Lenny Light and George Howard. The variety of strategy that confounded record business executives helps it be difficult in summary Hamilton’s style. The actual fact the fact that music highlighted on his debut record was all self-written supplies the clue. It really is this facet of his function that most allows listeners to get the man in the music. Further recordings possess appeared in the Telarc, Shanachie, and Fahrenheit brands.

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Date Of Birth February 14, 1947
Education University of Louisville
Nationality American
Music Songs Don't Do That, Fly Like an Eagle, Goin' My Way?, Yes I Can, On My Way, Path to the Heartland, Gray Day, Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time, Ooh Child, JJ's Groove, Jinda Boogie, Awakenings, Part 2, South Street Shuffle, Song for a Princess, 4 a.m. Blues, Better Days Ahead, If Only, Drifting in the Clouds, Monsters in the Closet, Ayu, Awakenings, Part 1, The Doors Swing Open, Souls Felt, A Guitar Thing, April Goodbyes, The Clock Ticks, Planet Jazz, Cortez, Say What?, We Didn't Say, JJ's Blues, Hear in the Now
Albums Planet Jazz, Hear in the Now, Path to the Heartland, Ed Hamilton's Groovology


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The Tale of the Three Spaptors 2008 Short

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