Jim Hall – Jazz Guitar |FULL ALBUM|

Vinylsoundbox Guitar — Jim Hall Bass — Red Mitchell Piano — Carl Perkins Recorded in LA, Pacific Jazz Records: 1957 Released: 1959 1. 00:00 “Stompin’ At The Savoy” 2. 04:03 “Things Ain’t…

25 thoughts on “Jim Hall – Jazz Guitar |FULL ALBUM|

  1. OrphanSeasun

    How could such a talented jazz moFo look so much like my kid’s dentist?
    Your upload sounds great and I love your logo. Thanks.?

    Reply
  2. Thomas Minot

    For some reason I really love Jim’s little line between 33:19 and 33:23 in
    the song “Look for the Silver Lining.” It’s an especially genius few
    seconds of improv.?

    Reply
  3. jazzguitarlessonsnet

    Happy Birthday to the one and only … ? Jim Hall – Jazz Guitar |FULL
    ALBUM| – YouTube?

    Reply
  4. miguel aguilarbeats

    yeeeeaahh ! great album ! for listening and also to use it as a play along
    for drummers ! now you can play with Jim and his folks :)?

    Reply
  5. 79steelymatt

    Its been almost a year since his passing Jim Hall will always be with us
    his spirit and sounds will live with all jazz fans forever an incredible
    talent and a humble very well respected person as well?

    Reply
  6. Arne Thorbjoernsen

    JIM HALL – Jazz Guitar (Complete album)

    Vinylsoundbox

    Guitar — Jim Hall
    Bass — Red Mitchell
    Piano — Carl Perkins

    Recorded in LA, Pacific Jazz Records: 1957
    Released: 1959

    1. 00:00 “Stompin’ At The Savoy”
    2. 04:03 “Things Ain’t What They Used To Be”
    3. 09:50 “Thanks For The Memory”
    4. 15:03 “Tangerine ”
    5. 18:57 “Stella By Starlight”
    6. 22:08 ” 9 : 20 Special”
    7. 27:49 “Deep In A Dream”
    8. 32:21 “Look For The Silver Lining”
    9. 35:35 “Seven Come Eleven”
    10. 39:28 “Too Close For Comfort”?

    Reply
  7. epf1961

    So refreshing to see a jazz album cover where the artist is smiling
    fun-lovingly.. After a while, the brooding, glaring,
    what-the-heck-are-YOU-looking-at expressions get a little tired…. I’ve
    been a jazz musician for a long time, and I can attest: Jazz is (or at
    least to me it should be) FUN music, HAPPY music… Even when it’s sad,
    it’s still happy because it’s creative and inspired.. The process is fun.
    Let’s save the glares for the guys who play dots on paper, maybe. They
    have the right to be annoyed– After all, they’re doomed to forever
    faithfully reproduce, note for note, music that was inspired in someone
    else! ?

    Reply
  8. cotibravo

    Very fine guitarist. I remember him from a concert I watched on VHS a long
    time ago, with Michel Petrucciani and Wayne Shorter Great to find him
    again, I’ve started studying some of his stuff, thanks for sharing! J?

    Reply

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Jim Hall – Jazz Guitar |FULL ALBUM|

Vinylsoundbox Guitar — Jim Hall Bass — Red Mitchell Piano — Carl Perkins Recorded in LA, Pacific Jazz Records: 1957 Released: 1959 1. 00:00 “Stompin’ At The Savoy” 2. 04:03 “Things Ain’t…

25 thoughts on “Jim Hall – Jazz Guitar |FULL ALBUM|

  1. OrphanSeasun

    How could such a talented jazz moFo look so much like my kid’s dentist?
    Your upload sounds great and I love your logo. Thanks.?

    Reply
  2. Thomas Minot

    For some reason I really love Jim’s little line between 33:19 and 33:23 in
    the song “Look for the Silver Lining.” It’s an especially genius few
    seconds of improv.?

    Reply
  3. jazzguitarlessonsnet

    Happy Birthday to the one and only … ? Jim Hall – Jazz Guitar |FULL
    ALBUM| – YouTube?

    Reply
  4. miguel aguilarbeats

    yeeeeaahh ! great album ! for listening and also to use it as a play along
    for drummers ! now you can play with Jim and his folks :)?

    Reply
  5. 79steelymatt

    Its been almost a year since his passing Jim Hall will always be with us
    his spirit and sounds will live with all jazz fans forever an incredible
    talent and a humble very well respected person as well?

    Reply
  6. Arne Thorbjoernsen

    JIM HALL – Jazz Guitar (Complete album)

    Vinylsoundbox

    Guitar — Jim Hall
    Bass — Red Mitchell
    Piano — Carl Perkins

    Recorded in LA, Pacific Jazz Records: 1957
    Released: 1959

    1. 00:00 “Stompin’ At The Savoy”
    2. 04:03 “Things Ain’t What They Used To Be”
    3. 09:50 “Thanks For The Memory”
    4. 15:03 “Tangerine ”
    5. 18:57 “Stella By Starlight”
    6. 22:08 ” 9 : 20 Special”
    7. 27:49 “Deep In A Dream”
    8. 32:21 “Look For The Silver Lining”
    9. 35:35 “Seven Come Eleven”
    10. 39:28 “Too Close For Comfort”?

    Reply
  7. epf1961

    So refreshing to see a jazz album cover where the artist is smiling
    fun-lovingly.. After a while, the brooding, glaring,
    what-the-heck-are-YOU-looking-at expressions get a little tired…. I’ve
    been a jazz musician for a long time, and I can attest: Jazz is (or at
    least to me it should be) FUN music, HAPPY music… Even when it’s sad,
    it’s still happy because it’s creative and inspired.. The process is fun.
    Let’s save the glares for the guys who play dots on paper, maybe. They
    have the right to be annoyed– After all, they’re doomed to forever
    faithfully reproduce, note for note, music that was inspired in someone
    else! ?

    Reply
  8. cotibravo

    Very fine guitarist. I remember him from a concert I watched on VHS a long
    time ago, with Michel Petrucciani and Wayne Shorter Great to find him
    again, I’ve started studying some of his stuff, thanks for sharing! J?

    Reply

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