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Original Jazz Works

by Chuck Anderson

Guitar-Centric Jazz Music. These recordings represent a sampling of jazz writing over Chuck Anderson's career in music. All recordings performed by The Chuck Anderson Trio (Al Stauffer and Eric Schreiber on bass, Ray Deeley and Ed Rick on drums).
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Match Sticks
5:29 $1.25
2. Spring Rain
8:34 $1.25
3. Yvette
4:26 $1.25
4. Trade Winds
6:05 $1.25
5. Dance of the Algons
5:36 $1.25
6. Woman Child
4:34 $1.25
7. Blues for Chris
4:38 $1.25
8. Eiffel Tower
6:05 $1.25
9. Vsq
4:03 $1.25
10. Night Hawk
6:27 $1.25
11. Wind Mist
5:40 $1.25
12. Jamey's House of Samba
6:26 $1.25
13. Fort Wayne Express
4:44 $1.25
14. Phoenix Rising
6:53 $1.25
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Chuck Anderson is a jazz guitarist, educator, composer, and author, with 10 CDs and 24 books to his credit.
Chuck has spent a lifetime researching the art and science of the jazz guitar.

Early life:
Anderson was born in Chicago, Illinois on June 21, 1947. He began guitar lessons at the age of 14. By 1963, he was teaching guitar and playing in a band.[1]
At the age of 19, he began studies with Dennis Sandole.[2] Sandole was notable for his association with John Coltrane, James Moody, Michael Brecker, Pat Martino, and Jim Hall.

In 1969, Anderson was offered the staff guitar job at the Latin Casino in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.[3] The Latin was a popular venue before gambling came to Atlantic City. During that period, he accompanied and performed with Bobby Darin, Billy Eckstine, and Peggy Lee, playing fourteen shows a week.
In 1973, he returned to jazz and formed the Chuck Anderson Trio with Al Stauffer on bass and Ray Deeley on drums. Four years later, he got the staff guitar job at Valley Forge Music Fair in Devon, Pennsylvania. He worked with Nancy Wilson, Michel LeGrand, and Anthony Newley. In the years that followed, he concentrated on teaching, composing, and session work.



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