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Table For One

Jim CampilongoAudio CD
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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listen  5. Feisty's RideJim Campilongo 5:08$0.99  Buy MP3 
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“New York has no shortage of guitar heroes but few cover as many bases as Jim Campilongo…He reveals a range that extends from seductive country-swing to atmospheric jazz and well beyond.” –Time Out New York

 “Through the lean ropy sound of his Fender Telecaster, Mr. Campilongo connects American styles in a sly knowing way.” –The New York ... Read more in Amazon's Jim Campilongo Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 23, 1998)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 1998
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Blue Hen Records
  • ASIN: B000007O73
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #238,191 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Acclaimed (albeit not as widely as deserved) for his six-string calisthenics, San Francisco guitarist Jim Campilongo curbs his fieriness with this reflective 10-song outing. Working with accordionist/keyboardist Rob Burger as his main foil (rather than regular steel guitarist Joe Goldmark), Campilongo has created something quite rare--an instrumental album that's intensely personal. One can't help but feel there's a story behind the lost-in-thought likes of "The Grass is Greener," "Sarah," and the title track. Strikingly reserved when compared with the have-I-got-a-lick-for-you likes of 1997's Loose and 2000's Heavy, Table for One may nevertheless be Campilongo's most involving recording. Just goes to show that sometimes a whisper comes through more clearly than a scream. --Steven Stolder

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Guitarist takes a brief break from his country-jazz ensemble, the Ten Gallon Cats, and joins Table For One co-horts Rob Burger (of Bill Frisell, Tin Hat Trio fame), Chris Kee & Jason Lewis - they journey into a soundscape of shadowy scenery on 10 instrumentals that combine elements of pop/rock & jazz, destined for the big screen.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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What a change from his first two albums. Well, there may have been a hint on the others. Aptly titled, right on the money. Dark country meets jazz somewhere in France and slow at that. I don't think there is one song over 100 beats per minute. Only one song with Joe Goldmark on steel. Replaced with B-3 organ and accordian. Still, it's a great CD. I really like it. But, very different from the first two. Worth a listen.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Someplace between light and dark there is this. Amazing. December 20, 2001
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A departure from previous recordings, 'Table for One' is more intense in mood and feel. The all-instrumental record has scaled back the trademark pedal steel giving way to healthy portions of organ and accordion - did I say accordion? Yeah, and it's hip. This album is very slow and deliberate in it's story telling, taking time to explore each melody fully, rushing past nothing while retaining a smooth even flow. Jim's playing is impeccable and the tonal voices he creates are breathtaking (Is the guitar weeping on Fiesty's Ride?). This is a wonderfully composed collection of introspective, intense and emotional pieces and some of Jim's finest song writing yet.
Jim's unique style and vibe on 'Table for One' is sweet as a first kiss and as heart breaking as the day you came home to find her toothbrush gone. This is a great buy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Music December 15, 2001
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This CD is a great collection of emotional music from the heart. I've sat and listened to this CD on many occasions and enjoyed it like a good movie. Very few records have that quality ( Sgt Peppers-Kind Of Blue-Joni Mitchell's Blue) but "Table For One is a "Noir Calssic". From the first vocal - like guitar line on "The Grass Is Greener" to the final chord of the ironic "This Old Man" this record plays like a well thought out body of work . Beause of this it is certainly the most "even" of any Campilongo releases. Rob Burger's Accordion is mixed appropriately hot and loud on the gentle ballads that give a feeling of "breathy" intamacy. Great songs from beginning to end.... "Table For One " is beautiful music.
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