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Ted Greene*Solo Guitar

Label:Professional Music Products – A-5010
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Jazz
Style:Acoustic

Tracklist

A1They Can't Take That Away From Me3:32
A2Summertime / It Ain't Necessarily So4:30
A3Send In The Clowns4:51
A4Ol' Man River4:14
B1Watch What Happens2:23
B2A Certain Smile4:17
B3Danny Boy (Londonberry Air)4:45
B4Just Friends4:12
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Credits

Notes

First press with "frame cover". For the repress with a different cover artwork, please see Ted Green - Solo Guitar.

Labels indicating "First Pressing September 1977", no printing on spine.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): A5010 (RE2)-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): A5010 (RE2)-2

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Solo Guitar (The Legendary Guitarist's Recording Debut) (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo)Art Of Life RecordsAL1011-2US2004
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Solo Guitar (LP, Album, Repress, Stereo)Professional Music ProductsA-5010USUnknown

Reviews

  • kangoids's avatar
    kangoids
    This release is tagged "acoustic", but Ted actually played electric guitars, primarily Telecasters which he modified himself.
    • mikeSF_'s avatar
      mikeSF_
      Edited one year ago
      Ted Green has achieved legend status among jazz guitarists. His pedagogy and online materials are second to none. This is his one and only studio recording, a collection of beautifully arranged fingerstyle interpretations of standards and other pieces.

      Upon casual listening, you'll be entertained by some mellow background music of familiar tunes. A more mature ear will be astounded by inner voice motion, counterpoint, harmonic superimpositions, and baroque style permutations of classic cadences. This man really delivers.

      I snatched up the CD many years ago when it was released and have all but memorized the material. The recording is clean and his artificial harmonics ping through. His guitar sounds as though it may have been recorded direct to board. My only complaint is the entire release is rather bass heavy; I believe that to be a creative choice on Ted's part, however.

      Ted, we miss you, but your music will live forever.
      • owenhu's avatar
        owenhu
        Cut quiet and the vinyl has quite a bit of surface noise for a NM to M condition copy.
        • NWpunx's avatar
          NWpunx
          There is a chapter about Ted in the book called Confessions of a Vintage Guitar Dealer: The Memoirs of Norman Harris. It's the 2nd book by the Norman's Rare Guitars owner.

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