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@Dean7887 · Guitar · United Kingdom
We want to use our channel to highlight some of the amazing musicians from the 30s and 40s, focusing on early jazz guitarists such as George Van Eps and Carmen Mastren.

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A wonderfully elegant 8-bar chorus from the great Carmen Mastren - one of the unsung guitar greats from the '30s and '40s. More…

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Here is George Van Eps' solo on Tea for Two. We recently published the full track which can be found below or via this link:… More…

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Here is George Van Eps' take on Tea for Two. The solo on this one is amazing! More…

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A fun and lively performance by Dick McDonough, with one of his trademark open string licks. … More…

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Billie Holiday gives Dick McDonough a chance to showcase his wonderful chord soloing which he plays with real rhythmic authority in this fantastic eight-bar solo. More…

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Another wonderful Van Eps plectrum guitar solo featuring many of his trademarks. We are so lucky to have some of these later recordings where his playing can be heard so clearly! More…

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Dick McDonough perfectly sets up Billie's entrance with an introduction reminiscent of his work on Benny Goodman's Texas Tea Party. … More…

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Here is a wonderful and melodic solo by the fantastic but not often talked about Len Fillis. We found out about this great recording from Jonathan Holmes' Youtube channel. Here is a link below to his page,… More…

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Below is a portion of a 1938 review of this track in an issue of Fretted Harmony magazine. The British guitarist Terry Usher is the enthusiastic reviewer. It's interesting to see the effect that Van Eps'… More…

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Here is the first of two solos George Van Eps takes on this tune with Jess Stacy. … More…

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A Jess Stacy session from June 28th, 1950, featuring George Van Eps.… More…

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A beautifully understated take on a classic, with Oscar Peterson on piano, Ray Brown on bass and Ed Thigpen on drums. More…

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A classic introduction by the great Fats Waller. More…

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Ivor Mairants' solo on the Carmen Mastren composition Two Moods. … More…

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Here's a fun introduction to the old standard After You've Gone, performed by the great Teddy Wilson. More…

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George Van Eps' solo on the 1913 song Peg O' My Heart. Marty Grosz has stated that George's double-time entry feels like it came from outer space! … More…

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Here Allan Reuss takes the melody for four bars on this beautiful Duke Ellington composition.… More…