The Stroke Of Genius (Remastered) Charlie Byrd

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Album-Release:
1970

HRA-Release:
20.03.2020

Label: Columbia/Legacy

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Contemporary Jazz

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  • 1Southern Rider06:40
  • 2Something02:53
  • 3Everybody's Talkin'03:32
  • 4Pavanne02:36
  • 5Something Pretty03:22
  • 6Wave04:37
  • 7Nothing But a Fool03:33
  • 8Brown Baby02:51
  • 9What Is a Friend02:49
  • 10Pretty Butterfly04:12
  • 11Sonatina01:58
  • 12Something Smells Like the Blues09:37
  • Total Runtime48:40

Info for The Stroke Of Genius (Remastered)



Charlie Byrd played jazz guitar with Django Reinhardt during his World War II army stint in France prior to studying classical music with Andres Segovia. He then applied these classical techniques to jazz for a uniquely academic approach to the instrument. In 1961, he toured Brazil, turning Stan Getz on to that country's swaying Bossa Nova rhythms. The album they recorded together, Jazz Samba, was an instant smash, ultimately setting off the Bossa Nova craze in the U.S. Byrd's solo albums in the '60s often straddle the fence between jazz and easy listening, but his technique always dazzles. In the '80s, he recorded fine albums with his fellow classical-jazz guitarist, Laurindo Almeida.

Charlie Byrd, guitar
Hal Posey, trumpet, flugelhorn
Joe Byrd, bass
Bill Reichenbach, drums
Michael Redding, drums, percussion
Mario Darpino, flute

Produced by Teo Macero

Digitally remastered

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