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Scott Card

@scott_card · Guitar · Gap, France

Guitarist, composer, teacher. Learn with me! Check me out at instagram.com/scottcardmusic

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Like much of "Gipsy Project", the solo on "Coquette" is pretty predictable in the best possible way. Except for that shout at the end of the B section. Damn. More…

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It is a rare treat to find a guitar solo in any genre that is as narrative, short-and-sweet, and diversely melodic as this one. Romane has a wonderful ability to make everything sound so easy and casual.… More…

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Here is the head from "French Guitar", including both guitar parts. I think this song really sums up the eponymous record in that it takes familiar, tried-and-true elements puts a fresh spin on them.… More…

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"Gipsy Project" was the first (and for many years, only) gypsy jazz record that I listened to. I've since come to feel that "Blues Clair" is a perfect example of what I love about gypsy jazz and Biréli's… More…

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The "Getz/Gilberto" record is an absolute classic and was a massive commercial success, even going so far as to win the Grammy for Record of the Year in 1965 (!). We all know "The Girl From Ipanema", but,… More…

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This solo really exemplifies why I love Adrien's playing so much - imaginative phrasing, technically awesome, super classy. … More…

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Here is the opening phrase of one of my absolute favorite Django Reinhardt solos. Tonally, he's going between G major and Eb minor - what a badass.… More…

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A wonderful gypsy / impressionistic arrangement by Adrien Moignard and Antoine Boyer of this classic french tune. More…