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Jan Jan - Grant Green - Live At The Lighthouse (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Jan Jan - Grant Green - Live At The Lighthouse (CD, Album)

  1. Yozshukasa
    Aug 01,  · (Cue up of “Jan Jan,” from Live at the Lighthouse, and try to copy it.) For guitarist Eddie Roberts of the New Mastersounds, a jazz-funk revivalist group, Green’s most enduring trait was his way with melody, his ability to sing on the instrument.
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  2. Nigul
    Jul 13,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Grant Green - Jan Jan YouTube Bottom Of The Barrel (Live At The Club Mozambique, Detroit//Digitally Remastered ) - Duration: Grant Green - .
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  3. Fegrel
    Oct 26,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Grant Green - Flood In Franklin Park - Live At The Lighthouse () YouTube Windjammer (Live At The Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach, CA/) - Duration: Grant Green.
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  4. Tezilkree
    Live at the Lighthouse is one of the few Green albums of the period not to feature loose-limbed funky drummer Idris Muhammad, and his spare, booming sound and direct James Brown inspiration give way to the busy, bubbling, frequently up-tempo polyrhythms of drummer Greg Williams and extra percussionist Bobbye Porter Hall.8/
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  5. Nikojinn
    Check out Live At The Lighthouse (Live) by Grant Green on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on rogperfsokilsticlarilimembdicorboy.coinfo
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  6. Kijin
    Live At The Lighthouse is funk jazz, but no George Clinton acid wash. Green's axe playing here is pretty traditional: he keeps an open, amplified sound, and prefers to use clear, brilliant runs. I'll bet ten to one a hollow body with no pedals. Listen to "Walk In The Night," one of Green's best tracks/5(26).
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  7. Akinorr
    Grant Green and his superb band are on fire on this classic live album. What makes it especially good is the sense of time and place (it's from ) you get from the band introduction and crowd participation. It is a funkier than hell time capsule of days gone by when jazz cats wigged out in fine style/5(18).
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  8. Kigami
    Nov 27,  · Live At The Lighthouse is funk jazz, but no George Clinton acid wash. Green's axe playing here is pretty traditional: he keeps an open, amplified sound, and prefers to use clear, brilliant runs. I'll bet ten to one a hollow body with no pedals. Listen to "Walk In The Night," one of Green's Reviews:
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