Live in Los Angeles at P.J.'s Club
Larry Ridley, Don Lamond, Kenny Burrell, Grant Green
Includes the complete October 1980 Berlin concert and four tracks from the album How Deep, How High as bonus tracks.
Includes the complete 1965 album: "On fire"
Contains also five bonus tracks from 1969 and 1973 performances featuring, among others, bassist Larry Ridley, drummer Don Lamond and guest stars Kenny Burrell and Grant Green on guitar.
John Lennon says: "Barney Kessel is incredible. He's just amazing ... 'Nobody' can play guitar like that." And George Harrison: "Barney Kessel is definitely the best guitar player in this world, or any other world." This issue offer the first time that Barney Kessel has ever recorded live while playing in a night club. And also is the first time he has ever been recorded "stretching out" and improvising solos without the confines of a recording studio. As a bonus track this CD concludes with an outstanding tune, "Blue Mist," a Kessel's originals, which is the springboard for stunning "conversations" among three guitar giants - Barney Kessel, Kenny Burrell, and Grant Green captured at Ronnie Scott's in London in 1969. A must for collectors.
1. Slow burn
2. Just in time
3. The shadow of your smile
4. Recado bossa nova
5. Sweet baby
6. Who can I turn to
7. One mint julep
8. Medley: Manha de Carnaval / Samba de Orfeu
10. Basies blues
11. The shadow of your smile
12. Blue mist*