Hallmark Sessions

Hallmark Sessions

by Lenny Breau
     
 

Hallmark Sessions is an extraordinary release. The previously unreleased music (which sat unheard for over 41 years) was recorded in 1961 when Lenny Breau was 20 and nearly seven years before he made his first important recording. The guitarist was already a brilliant player as he shows throughout the set of seven jazz, twoSee more details below

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Hallmark Sessions is an extraordinary release. The previously unreleased music (which sat unheard for over 41 years) was recorded in 1961 when Lenny Breau was 20 and nearly seven years before he made his first important recording. The guitarist was already a brilliant player as he shows throughout the set of seven jazz, two country, and four flamenco tunes (plus six alternate takes placed at the end of this disc). With tasteful backing by bassist Rick Danko and drummer Levon Helm, Breau plays beautiful chords (sounding a little like Johnny Smith in spots) and inventive single-note lines. It is remarkable that this music was not released until 2003, but a happy event that it was finally put out. This is a must for Breau fans and an important release for all jazz guitar lovers.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/18/2003
Label:
Cd Baby
UPC:
0804640100720
catalogNumber:
5637371802
Rank:
65534

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Lenny Breau   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Rick Danko   Bass,Acoustic Bass
Levon Helm   Drums

Technical Credits

Merle Travis   Composer
Luiz Bonfá   Composer
Lenny Breau   Composer
Charlie Shavers   Composer
Johnny Burke   Composer
Gene DePaul   Composer
Don Raye   Composer
James Van Heusen   Composer
Arthur Johnston   Composer
Sam Coslow   Composer
Patricia Johnston   Composer
Sydney Robin   Composer
Paul Kohler   Producer,Liner Notes,Mastering,Art Direction
Traditional   Composer

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