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  1. Voodoogrel Reply

    A beautiful combination we'd like to hear more of – one that comes from the meeting of Milt Jackson's vibes and the guitar of Wes Montgomery – both recorded here in easygoing brilliance! The session's a nice break from the usual sound of both players at the time – and although Wes played a bit with vibes when working in The Montgomery Brothers, the Jackson approach here is a bit.

  2. Taule Reply

    May 25,  · Jimmy Ponder - - All Things Beautiful Jimmy Ponder All Things Beautiful. 01 A Clue 02 Turn 03 Love Will Find A Way 04 Chasing That Face 05 Love Me Right 06 Sometimes When We Touch 07 A Trip To The Stars Backing Vocals – Diva Gray (tracks: A1, A2), Gordon Grody (tracks: A1, A2), Gwen Guthrie (tracks.

  3. Zubar Reply

    The Ebony Godfather cut this first album of funky flute right on the cusp of the 70's – and it's one of his best albums ever of funky flute-driven jazz! The album's got an excellent groovy flute/ organ sound, underpinned by tight rhythm backing, and a 2-guitar section that includes Jimmy Ponder. The set features a great rendition of Quincy.

  4. Yolabar Reply

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  5. Mikalmaran Reply

    Oct 17,  · 06 Love Me Right () 07 A Trip To The Stars () An excellent guitarist with a soulful sound and the ability to uplift any funky jazz date, Jimmy Ponder has appeared on many recordings during his long career, over 80 as a sideman and 15 as a leader.

  6. Tumuro Reply

    Oct 27,  · Incidentally, Jimmy Ponder is the leader on this album, not Don Braden. These tracks have been geared to revolve the most around the Ponder guitar work, not Don Braden on saxophone. Had Ponder chosen to take the quintet pathway as leader, that would have been his prerogative; yet "Ain't Misbehavin'" just ain't like that/5(4).

  7. Mezitaur Reply

    On track 7 a simplistic melody-introduction leads to some decent jazz guitar playing, followed by the simplistic melody going on too long and wearing out its welcome. On track 9 Ponder plays fast runs that don't amount to much. On track 10 Ponder plays in octaves, but with a thin tone/5(4).

  8. Zololabar Reply

    Check out All Things Beautiful by Jimmy Ponder on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on landpiddfarcchodatingsataseditersemp.xyzinfo3/5(4).

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