Bolling: Concerto for Guitar & Jazz Piano Trio Import, Original recording remastered
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That is not a criticism by any means. In a way, this is some of the most inventive music Bolling ever penned. Many of these are idiomatically "guitarish". AFRICAINE touches on several themes - jazz, blues, tango, classical whereas INVENTION sought after Bach (was the name a pun?) This is a more private album, one that benefits from a solitary rather than public listening, perhaps due to the detailed playing that is difficult to grasp in the public social setting.
In no way does the lightness diminish from the seriousness of the music. Great stuff.
Great gifts for people who play the instruments featured on his jazz albums (flute, guitar, cello)
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An absolutely amazing work of classical and jazz. The precision with which it is delivered can only be expected from the masters that they are. This is a must-own album.Published 8 months ago by Steven R. Frank
I enjoyed this during Bolling's brief popularity decades ago, and I still do.Published on July 4, 2014 by MS
A great composition performed by the composer. The audio quality is fantastic. If you play this piece, it's a great reference.Published on November 12, 2013 by Tim
I have always loved this album and have been searching for it on cd for a long time. It has great performances and is surprising how natural the instruments blend with each otherPublished on September 9, 2009 by Christopher P. Dunne
I have been a Bolling fan since I discovered his music in the late 80's. It is light, fun and energizing. Always worth the money.Published on July 16, 2009 by Sam
...but not so enjoyable as a marvellous live performance, a recording of which I once saw. It featured the George Shearing Trio and Angel Romero, of the famous guitar family. Read morePublished on March 18, 2007 by Teemacs