Carl Kress - Guitar Stylist Part 1 album FLAC
Three beautiful miniatures from 1941 by the great Carl Kress. I'm playing a Godin Jazz model, TI 13s roundwound, unplugged, and using a Gibson Extra Heavy pick. I love this crossover between jazz and classical music. About Kress's tunings: the Masters Of The Plectrum Guitar book has his pieces transcribed into standard tuning, and that sometimes involves a change of key. I did play the tenor banjo for a year or so, and have some insight into what Kress might have been doing, but it is a difficult tuning to get your head around. I know the banjo is not entirely well-thought of around this forum, but for a while I specialised in solo banjo playing from around the time of Eddie Lang, and there really is some nice stuff there, again crossing the boundaries of classical, blues and jazz.
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He had his first guitar lessons from his father. He toured with an orchestra led by George Hall in 1936, marking the beginning of his professional life. His first recordings were duets with guitarist Carl Kress. In 1945 he collaborated with accordionist John Serry Sr. in a recording of "Leone Jump" for Sonora Records (MS-476-3) which was played in jukeboxes throughout the . His only charted single as a soloist was "This. 40) Fun on the Frets – Tony Mottola and Carl Kress (Yazoo). 41) Sixteen Great Performances (ABC, 1971). org - Leone Jump, Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, Jazz Me Blues, Nursery Rhymes - Album including John Serry's composition "Leone Jump" and " Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" and "The Jazz Me Blues" with Tony Mottola and John Serry and Joe Biviano Accordion and Rhythm Sextette. Accordion Capers on archive.
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CARL KRESS is a swing music artist. In the 1930's Kress had switched over to the guitar and beginning in 1932 recorded some of the finest duets in jazz guitar history with Eddie Lang and again in 1934 with Dick McDonough. Soon Kress became known for his second contribution to jazz by being part owner of the famed ONYX club on 52nd Street. Thanks to snobb for the addition.
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|A1||Walking Behind Miss Lucy
Bass – Bob HaggartClarinet – Paul RicciDrums – Terry SnyderGuitar – Carl Kress, Tony Mattola*Written-By – Robert Haggart*, Carl Kress
|A2||Jazz In G
Guitar – Carl Kress, Tony Mattola*Written-By – Carl Kress, Anthony Mattola*
|B1||Swan Of Tonelle Avenue
Bass – Bob HaggartClarinet – Paul RicciDrums – Terry SnyderGuitar – Carl Kress, Tony Mattola*Written-By – Carl Kress, Anthony Mattola*
Bass – Bob HaggartClarinet – Hank D'AmicoDrums – Dave ToughGuitar – Carl KressPiano – Stan FreemanTenor Saxophone – Artie Drellinger*Trumpet – Chris Griffin Written-By – Lombardo*, Kahn*, Green*
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Scranton
NotesTrack A1 recorded February 6, 1947 in New York City.
Track A2 recorded May 29, 1945 in New York City.
Track B1 recorded May 20, 1947 in New York City.
Track B2 Recorded Oct. 17, 1946 in New York City.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): F1-368-D1 [anvil] 4-53 3
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): F2-368-D1 [anvil] 4-53 3