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CHARLIE BYRD is a bop, jazz related pop/art song/folk, latin jazz, third stream, jazz related soundtracks bossa nova music artist. Charlie Byrd, Byrd In Hand Album, 12 Vinyl Jazz LP Record.
Of course, Charlie Byrd had announced his arrival as a popular artist in 1962 when while completing the first of many trips to Brazil as a goodwill ambassador for the State Department he succumbed to Bossa Nova.
Charlie Byrd was born in Suffolk, Virginia, in 1925 and grew up in the town of Chuckatuck, Virginia. His father, a mandolinist and guitarist, taught him how to play the acoustic steel guitar at age 10. Byrd had three brothers, Oscar, Jack, and Joe, who was a bass player Career. Charlie Byrd Plays the Greatest Hits of the 60's.
Byrd, Charles Byrd, Charlie Bird, Charlie Byrd & His Orchestra, Charlie Byrd And His Bossa Nova Music, Charly Byrd, Ч. Бёрд, Robert C. Byrd. Profile of the performer Charlie Byrd: Born : September 16, 1925 in Suffolk, Virginia. Died : December 02, 1999 in Annapolis, Maryland. An American Jazz guitarist best known for his take on Brazilian music, especially the Bossa Nova genre. Byrd played a classical guitar with nylon strings using "fingerstyle".
Charlie Byrd performing with his trio in July 1997 Following the success of Jazz Samba, Byrd signed with Riverside Records, which rereleased six of his albums recorded for the small Offbeat label, a subsidiary of Washington Records.
18: Charlie Byrd: The Guitar Artistry Of Charlie Byrd (1960). A pioneer of the nylon-stringed Spanish guitar in a jazz setting, Virginia-born Byrd was also a leading light of the bossa nova explosion and instrumental in popularising Brazilian music in the early 60s. This album, released in 1960, spotlights him in a trio setting putting a unique spin on a selection of jazz standards, including a potent version of The Modern Jazz Quartet’s ‘Django’.
|A1||Up, Up And Away
Written-By – J. Webb*
|A2||Somewhere My Love
Written-By – M. Jarre*, P. F. Webster*
|A3||The Shadow Of Your Smile
Written-By – J. Mandel*, P. F. Webster*
|A4||Try To Remember
Written-By – H. Schmidt*, T. Jones*
Written-By – J. Lennon - P. McCartney*
|B1||Love Is Blue (L'Amour Est Blue)
Written-By – A. Popp*, P. Cour*
|B2||Scarborough Fair / Canticle
Written-By – P. Simon - A. Garfunkel*
Written-By – J. Barry*
|B4||The Girl From Ipanema
Written-By – A. C. Jobim*, N. Gimbel*, V. de Moraes*
Written-By – J. Bock*, S. Harnick*
|B6||A Taste Of Honey
Written-By – B. Scott*, R. Marlow*
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|CS 9970||Charlie Byrd||Charlie Byrd Plays The Greatest Hits Of The 60's (LP, Comp, Promo)||Columbia||CS 9970||US||1969|
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