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Larry Carlton - In Concert flac album
  • Performer Larry Carlton
  • Title In Concert
  • Date of release 2002
  • Style Fusion, Jazz-Rock
  • Other formats WMA APE MP1 ASF ADX AA VOX
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1554 mb
  • Size FLAC 1917 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 964

Larry Eugene Carlton (born March 2, 1948) is an American guitarist who built his career as a studio musician in the 1970s and '80s for acts such as Steely Dan and Joni Mitchell. He has participated in thousands of recording sessions, recorded on hundreds of albums in many genres, for television and movies, and on more than 100 gold records. He has been a member of the jazz fusion group The Crusaders and smooth jazz band Fourplay and has maintained a long solo career.

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Starting a 90 minute set 75 minutes late was the only disappointing thing all evening. Most people are likely to go and see Larry Carlton in concert because they know him and his music, so no surprises are expected, just very enjoyable, top quality music, which is what Larry delivered. What amazed not only the audience but also Larry was the ability of the three other musicians, and in particular, the keyboard player

Larry Carlton plays the blues the way a jazz musician thinks, with a tone that is so pure. I am so glad he used his ES 335 for most of the show because that defines his sound. I have another DVD from the New Morning in Paris featuring Robben Ford who must definitely have been inspired by Larry as their tones and blues phrasing are very similar. However Larry is able to take it to another level without being flashy. His chord melody work on "It was only Yesterday" is reminiscent of the late Joe Pass and Lenny Breau - rich in harmonics and chordal harmony. The concert was great and by itself more than worth the outlay, but again the additional features provided more than icing on the cake. Larry talked about his early influences (BB King and Joe Pass) and talked a little about how he thinks about improvising and why it sounds like he might have rehearsed it but he hasn't.

Larry Eugene Carlton (born March 2, 1948) is an American guitarist who built his career as a studio musician in the 1970s and '80s for acts such as Steely Dan and Joni Mitchell. He has been a member of the jazz fusion groups The Crusaders and Fourplay and has maintained a long solo career. Starting off with one cut from his first Warner Bros. album, Larry Carlton, the collection goes on to include two tracks each from Sleepwalk and Friends, two each from the acoustic guitar albums Alone/But Never Alone and Discovery, and one from On Solid Ground. In addition, the CD throws in two then-new tracks, "Small Town Girl" and "For Heaven's Sake" - pleasant melodic pieces with acoustic guitar lead, nothing extraordinary.

Tracklist

1 Strikes Twice 4:33
2 Blues Under 3:09
3 I´m A Fool 4:29
4 Larry´s Secret 4:57
5 Last Nite 5:49
6 Rio Samba 5:57
7 I Gotta Right 5:02
8 D'Modal Thang 5:47

Credits

  • Bass [Electric] – John Patitucci
  • Drums – Rick Marotta
  • Guitar [Electric] – Larry Carlton
  • Harmonica – Johnny Mars (tracks: 7)
  • Keyboards – Brian Mann, Terry Trotter
  • Percussion – Michael Fisher
  • Vocals – Larry Carlton (tracks: 2, 7)

Notes

Recorded 11 October 1984 at TV-Studio "Ohne Filter", Baden-Baden, Germany.

Running Time: 45 Minutes.

Features
Interview with the producer
Artist biography
Sound tuning