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Sam Noto

A fantastic bop soloist, Sam Noto’s later-’70s recordings for Xanadu briefly gave him a higher profile in the U.S. Best-known in his start being a big music group participant, Noto was with Stan Kenton (1955-1958), Louie Bellson (1959), back again with Kenton (1960), and double with Count number Basie during …

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Jim Hall

A harmonically advanced cool-toned and subtle guitarist, Jim Hall was an motivation to numerous guitarists, including some (such as for example Expenses Frisell) who audio nothing beats him. Hall went to the Cleveland Institute of Music and analyzed classical acoustic guitar in LA with Vicente Gómez. He was a genuine …

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