“All of Me” was first performed by Belle Baker, in 1931. Since then, it has been a very popular tune recorded by many artists. Django Reinhardt recorded “All of Me” only once, in December 1940.
George Benson plays Stevie Wonder’s “Lately” on the guitar.
Pat Martino Guitar Lesson: A Compositional Journey: 1 – The Nature of Guitar
Francesco Buzzurro – Nuages
Chitarra Mirko Borghino mod.BB1
Jeff Golub – I’ll Play The Blues For You
Jeff Golub, who was born in Copley, Ohio, April 15, 1955, played his first gig in 1967 at age 12 and turned professional during the following decade. He studied at the Berklee College of Music and worked in singer James Montgomery’s band while in Boston. In 1980, after moving to New York, Golub joined the band of rock singer Billy Squier, with whom he toured and recorded extensively. Golub released his first solo recording, Unspoken Words, for Gaia Records in 1988.
Golub released more than a dozen albums in all as a leader and three with the Avenue Blue Band, and spent several years (1988-95) in the band of singer Rod Stewart. He also collaborated with dozens of artists as a sideman, including Ashford and Simpson, Alphonse Mouzon, Kirk Whalum, Mindi Abair, Everette Harp, Peter Wolf, John Waite, Vanessa Williams, Gato Barbieri, Bill Evans, Rick Braun, Tina Turner, Dar Williams, Brian Culbertson, Gerald Albright, Henry Butler, Jon Cleary, Marc Cohn, Richard Elliot, Robben Ford, Sonny Landreth, Jeff Lorber and Peter White. Golub was also a member of Dave Koz and the Kozmos, the house band of The Emeril Lagasse Show.
Golub’s final album, made with keyboardist Brian Auger, was Train Kept A Rolling, its title inspired by Golub’s subway incident.
A tribute concert featuring many of the artists with whom Golub collaborated will take place Jan. 21 at B.B. King’s Blues Club in Manhattan.
Baden Powell – Manhã da Carnaval
“Manhã de Carnaval” of Luiz Bonfá and Antonio Maria from movie Orfeu Negro (Black Orpheus), by French director Marcel Camus.