Jazz Guitar is the debut album by jazz guitarist Jim Hall recorded in early 1957 for the Pacific Jazz label. AllMusic Review by Ken Dryden: Jim Hall’s debut as a leader has a somewhat tortured [More]
Legends of Jazz with Ramsey Lewis – The Great Guitars (with Pat Metheny & Jim Hall. Season One, 2006 ep. 03) – My Funny Valentine – So May It Secretly Begin – All The Things [More]
AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: Other than a set in 1957, this long-out-of-print LP was guitarist Jim Hall’s debut as a leader. The 29-year-old Hall was not exactly an unknown name at the time, having [More]
Alone Together is a live album by Jim Hall and Ron Carter, released in 1972. AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: Long considered a classic and a revelation to listeners who had taken guitarist Jim Hall [More]
“Fly Me to the Moon” (Bart Howard). Personnel: Jim Hall — guitar Don Thompson — bass Terry Clarke — drums
AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow Most of the music on this date (which emphasizes group originals) features guitarist Jim Hall, bassist Don Thompson and drummer Terry Clarke. The versatile Thompson switches to piano for a [More]