The Jazz Guitarist is an album by jazz guitarist Chuck Wayne which was released on the Savoy label in 1956.
Columbia KG 31045 Charlie Byrd, Chuck Wayne, Eve And John McLaughlin, Bucky Pizzarelli And George Barnes, Joe Beck, Tiny Grimes - The Historic Town Hall Concert Featuring Seven Of The World's Greatest Guitarists - The Guitar Album. 1973 (age 50). Chuck Wayne - Joe Puma Duo. Joe Puma, Chuck Wayne, guitar. MacDonald Studio, Sea Cliff, NY, November, 1973.
The Chuck Wayne Quintet (aka Chuck Wayne) Contents.
Complete 1956-1957 Quintet Sessions. Jazz for the Carriage Trade, The New York Scene, Jazz at Hotchkiss, 52nd Street, 2015 05:22. Art Taylor, Denzil Best, Donald Byrd, Idrees Sulieman, Phil Woods, Thad Jones - Ornithology George Wallington. Complete 1956-1957 Quintet Sessions. Jazz for the Carriage Trade, The New York Scene, Jazz at Hotchkiss, 52nd Street, 2015 04:17. Artist: Denzil Best Al Mckibbon Chuck Wayne Joe Roland George Shearing and His Quintet.
Prospecting (Chuck Wayne) 2:33 22. Sidewalks of Cuba () 2:56. Sources: Tracks from the 10 album "Lou Mecca Quartet" (Blue Note 5037) Tracks from de 10 album "De Arango" (EmArcy MG 26020) Tracks from de 10 album "Chuck Wayne Quintet" (Progresive PLP-3003). Personnel on Chuck Wayne Quintet: Brew Moore or Zoot Sims ( 19-21) tenor sax; Chuck Wayne, guitar; Harvey Leonard, piano; George Duvivier, bass; Ed Shaughnessy, drums. Recorded in New York City, on April 13, 1953. The deceptive ease of Wayne and Moores unity on You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me is enough to lift the spirits of all but the most moribund, while Im starting to think there was no musical company that Sims wasnt happy in, such is his calm authority on Prospecting. Nic Jones -Jazz Journal (September, 2015).
|A1||You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me|
|B1||While My Lady Sleeps|
|B4||Sidewalks Of Cuba|
|MG15035||Chuck Wayne Quintet||Chuck Wayne Quintet (10", Album, Mono)||Savoy Records||MG15035||US||Unknown|
|LZ-C14014||Chuck Wayne Quintet||Chuck Wayne Quintet (10", Album, Mono)||London Records||LZ-C14014||UK||1956|