Earl Klugh is the debut album by jazz guitarist Earl Klugh, released in 1976. Klugh is accompanied by Louis Johnson on bass and Lee Ritenour on guitar. All tracks written by Earl Klugh except where noted. Earl Klugh – acoustic and electric guitars. Chuck Findley, Oscar Brashear – trumpet, flugelhorn. Garnett Brown – trombone. Ray Pizzi – soprano saxophone. Pete Christlieb – tenor saxophone, flute. Jerome Richardson – baritone saxophone, flute.
Solo Guitar (Earl Klugh album). Solo Guitar is the 13th studio album by Earl Klugh released in 1989. It's Only a Paper Moon" - 2:15. I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)" - 2:23. If I Only Had a Brain" - 2:13. Love Is Here to Stay" - 2:42. Someday My Prince Will Come" - 2:03. Any Old Time of Day" - 3:30. Once upon a Summertime" - 3:06. Embraceable You" - 3:50. I'm All Smiles" - 2:41.
Album · 1979 · 13 Songs. The Best of Earl Klugh, Vol. 1. 1991. Bob James & Earl Klugh. Earl Klugh & George Benson.
Solo Guitar - Earl Klugh". Retrieved 4 June 2017. Solo Guitar may refer to: Solo Guitar (Derek Bailey album) an album by Derek Bailey recorded in 1971. Solo Guitar (Ted Greene album) a 1977 debut album by Ted Greene. Solo Guitar (Earl Klugh album), a 1989 studio album by Earl Klugh. Solo Guitar (Alan Sparhawk album), a 2006 album.
Earl Klugh has recorded over 30 albums in a multi-million- selling career including 23 Top Ten charting records �� five of them No. 1 - on Billboard’s Jazz Album chart. He has been nominated twelve times for the Grammy, in jazz fusion, best arrangement and pop instrumental categories, winning the 1980 Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance for the million-selling album One on One with Bob James. He won the 1987 Edison Award for Life Stories (Europe’s Grammy Equivalent). While most know the Grammy winning artist from his highly successful smooth jazz recordings, he is also one of the greatest solo players to have ever picked up the instrument. com and Fingerstyle Guitar.
Earl Klugh HandPicked Concord Records For the last 30-some years, Earl Klugh has been consistently turning out solo guitar albums that showcase not only his nylon-string’s full-bodied tones, but his inventiveness as an arranger. On HandPicked, Klugh sticks with mainly pop and jazz standards and doesn't fall into the trap of over-arranging tunes to the detriment of melodies. Earl Klugh HandPicked Concord Records For the last 30-some years, Earl Klugh has been consistently turning out solo guitar albums that showcase not only his nylon-string’s full-bodied tones, but his inventiveness as an arranger. He opens with Burt Bacharach's "Alfie," holding true to the original’s melody, but adding his trademark harmonic twists and turns, as well as occasional technical flash.
|1||Crazy For You||4:04|
|2||Back In Central Park||3:47|
|6||I'll See You Again||5:53|
|10||If You're Still In Love With Me||2:37|
Piano [With] – Bob James
|12||Where I Wander
Piano [With] – Bob James
|14||Dream Come True||3:35|
|16||Waiting For Cathy||2:48|