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   Soliloquy



Год издания : 1968

Компания звукозаписи : Euphoria, (wb)

Музыкальный стиль : Mainstream Jazz, Guitar Jazz

Время звучания : 34:13

Код CD : Euphoria 193

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Jazz (Guitar)      

The inventor of the seven-string guitar (which he called a "lap piano"), George Van Eps always kept the melody in mind and was able to play a theme, its harmonies, and a bassline simultaneously in an unhurried and relaxed style while creating the most beautiful chords in the world. The son of the pioneering banjoist Fred Van Eps, he was a significant musician starting in the early '30s and spent much of his life playing in the studios. The guitarist appeared on many jazz recordings along the way, but other than four titles in 1949, his recorded debut as a leader did not take place until he headed an album for Columbia in 1956. Late in life Van Eps made three sets for Concord that he co-led with fellow guitarist Howard Alden, but otherwise most of his legacy as a leader can be heard on a trio of records cut for Capitol in the mid-'60s, including Soliloquy. It was Van Eps' only full-length album of unaccompanied solos. It is surprising that there were not many more similar sessions, but fortunately this set is pretty definitive. Van Eps sounds wonderful whether playing swing standards (such as "Dancing in the Dark" and "The Blue Room"), then-current pop tunes ("By the Time I Get to Phoenix" and "This Guy's in Love With You"), or one of his three originals. The dozen performances are all pretty concise, but Van Eps was a master at conveying a full message in a brief period of time. The charm, beauty, and light swing that could always be found in his solos are very much present on this delightful set.

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As his third album for Capitol, 1968's Soliloquy was the pure essence of Eps: just George and his 7-string guitar. With an approach to solo guitar unlike that of any of his predecessors or contemporaries, George's performances were legendary, and Soliloquy eloquently underscores his mastery.


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   1 Cute         0:02:50 Neal Hefti / Stanley Styne, Performed By George Van Eps
   2 This Guy's In Love With You         0:03:58 Burt Bacharach / Hal David, Performed By George Van Eps
   3 Lover         0:01:41 Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers, Performed By George Van Eps
   4 Nice Work If You Can Get It     T       0:02:26 George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin, Performed By George Van Eps
   5 Scott's Lullaby         0:02:00 George Van Eps, Performed By George Van Eps
   6 By The Time I Get To Phoenix         0:04:15 Jimmy Webb, Performed By George Van Eps
   7 Dancing In The Dark     T       0:02:33 Howard Dietz / Arthur Schwartz, Performed By George Van Eps
   8 Lover Man     T       0:03:46 Jimmie Davis / Jimmy Davis / Roger 'Ram' Ramirez / Jimmy Sherman, Performed By George Van Eps
   9 All Alone         0:02:53 Irving Berlin / George Van Eps, Performed By George Van Eps
   10 The Blue Room         0:02:14 Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers, Performed By George Van Eps
   11 Love Theme For Jo         0:02:31 George Van Eps, Performed By George Van Eps
   12 Where Is Love?         0:03:03 Lionel Bart, Performed By George Van Eps

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