Prelude To A Kiss - Barney Kessel - Barney Kessel, Vol. 2B (Vinyl)

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  1. “Although Guitarist Barney Kessel Interprets Seven Standard Ballads On This LP (A Trio Set With Bassist Monty Budwig And Drummer Jake Hanna), This Is Not A Ballad Album. Most Of The Songs Are Taken At Faster Than Usual Tempoes With The Emphasis On Kessel.
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  3. Apr 25,  · Barney Kessel Dies Updated April 25, – By Russell Carlson Barney Kessel, one of the finest and most lyrical guitarists ever to emerge in jazz, died Thurs., May 6 in his San Diego home, of effects stemming from a cancerous brain tumor, which he was diagnosed with in
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The First Four Albums - Barney Kessel on AllMusic -
  5. Barney's Blues Written-By – Barney Kessel: B2: Prelude To A Kiss Written-By – Duke Ellington: B3: A Foggy Day Written-By – George & Ira Gershwin: B4: You Stepped Out Of A Dream Written-By – Gus Kahn, Nacio Herb Brown: B5: I Didn't Know What Time It Was Written-By – Richard Rodgers - Lorenz Hart* B6: 64 Bars On Wilshire Written-By.
  6. May 07,  · Barney Kessel - Barney Kessel - Bass – Giovanni Tommaso Drums – Daniel Humair (tracks: , 8), Vincenzo Restuccia (, 9) Guitar – Barney Kessel, Carlo Pes ().
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Barney Kessel - Barney Kessel Volume 2 at Discogs. Complete your Barney Kessel collection/5(49).
  8. Barney Kessel Lick 2. Barney was a fan of big, 5-note chords, and here is an example of Barney-style chord shapes being applied to a ii-V-I-VI chord progression in the key of C major.. Notice how the G stays on top of each chord, as this was also something Barney liked to do. Using a continuous top-note can help bring a cohesiveness to your chord changes.

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