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Rick Whitehead | Notes From Home/Solo Jazz Guitar

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Notes From Home/Solo Jazz Guitar

by Rick Whitehead

Solo Jazz Guitar. Easy to Listen to for dinner or for close up listening.
Genre: Jazz: Bossa Nova
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1. Isn't it Romantic
2:44 album only
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2. Polkadots and Moonbeams
2:19 album only
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3. Wave
4:58 album only
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4. Sophisticated Lady
1:57 album only
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5. Secret Love
2:17 album only
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6. They Cant Take That Away From Me
3:09 album only
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7. Come Rain or Come Shine
1:45 album only
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8. I Love You
2:44 album only
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9. My One and Only Love
4:08 album only
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10. One Note Samba
4:12 album only
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11. We'll be together again
4:23 album only
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12. Have You Met Miss Jones
4:28 album only
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13. Blues in the Closet
5:33 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Guitarist Rick Whitehead releases his first solo Jazz Guitar Album.This is Rick's third production release;(along with the 2 Prior "Rick Whitehead Trio" Cds on L.I.C.Recordings.)This solo project "Notes from Home" was recorded at Rick's House in Virginia and Mastered at "Airshow".For Jazz Guitar Fans,there is plenty of unedited improvisation that you can listen to " Close Up" or/at other times,put it on as a "background" CD and enjoy the wide variety of tunes.

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Melodye Murphy

Peaceful and soothing. Many familiar classic songs.
I don't have much experience listening to jazz much less guitar jazz so not sure if I would be a good reviewer but found it nice to sit and listen to after stressful day. Especially enjoyed: Secret Love, They Can't Take That Away From Me; My One and Only Love; and especially Stars Fell on Alabama. Highly recommend even to those not familiar with jazz.
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Scoop

Just what I needed
Smooth, peaceful and oh so nice. This is a great piece of work by a fantastic musician.
/scoop
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Richard


Fine, tasteful guitar playing. Solid technique, good content, lots of interesting ideas. Highly recommended
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Butch Boswell

Good to know there are good discoveries left in guitar
Clean, mostly original, nice sound on the axe, and pleasing for background music or critical listening.
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xjag2k

place your order now.....
i can't believe there isn't a review for this cd... if you like solo jazz guitar, i promise you will love this one. it's not good... it's phenomenal, the guitar work is genius. Mr. Whitehead shows that he is a true master of guitar. he takes these classic standards and unleashes an imagination that takes you for a wonderful new ride, on roads you thought you already knew.
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Babak Khodabandeh

Solo Guitar at it's best
This album has some of the best solo guitar recordings I've heard. Anytime I listen to one track I have to listen to the rest of the album, there is no way around it. Rick Whitehead is truly a master of his instrument being able to effortlessly express himself, and show us how beautiful jazz guitar really is.
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Terry Fuller

Record more solos -- this one is so smooth and creative.
For one who loves classical and jazz guitar, this one fits the bill for clarity, precision, originality and easy listening.
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MarieElena Dauphin

Very interest selection
Music was so intense, filled with personal emotion,I felt like he was playing those songs just for me
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