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  1. 15 by Bireli Lagrene (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Recorded live when Bireli was 15 years old,this CD offers some versions of old standards,played by this great guitarist.
    Recordings: Jazz · 677 Hits · Posted on 4/2/2006 by Inactive Member
  2. 1910-1953 by Django Reinhardt (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Some recordings from the master of jazz manouche guitar.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1114 Hits · Posted on 12/4/2001 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  3. A Go Go by John Scofield (4.0 Stars · 4 Reviews)
    Mr. Scofield continues his exploration of more funk/groove ladden music. This recording features Medeski Martin & Wood as the rhythm section. Not your typical post-bebop jazz.
    Recordings: Jazz · 2823 Hits · Posted on 4/18/2001 by Eric Gates (1345)
  4. A Rhythm Indicative by Damon Brown (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    If I had to describe it I would class it as 'New Cool'. It has the aroma of Early M.Davis and G.Mulligan.
    URL: http://www.zahzah.com
    Recordings: Jazz · 1082 Hits · Posted on 7/27/1999 by Sam Munro (1500)

  5. Absolute Benson by George Benson (3.3 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    This is the latest recording by George Benson. It leans towards the smooth jazz side, but is full of cool, fat guitar playing.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1870 Hits · Posted on 1/4/2001 by Brian Elzey (4318)
  6. Acoustic Moments by Bireli Lagrene (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Fasten your seatbelt or this baby will get away.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1819 Hits · Posted on 11/30/1999 by Frederick Burton (5465)
  7. Acoustic Swing by Steven King (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Fantastic arrangements from the fingerstyle champion Steven King. It just seem 3 guitars playing. Superb walking bass lines. One of the most impressive records from a fingerstyle player I ever listened to.
    Recordings: Jazz · 947 Hits · Posted on 3/24/2000 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  8. After The Rain by John McLaughlin (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Three of my favourite jazz musicians expressing their admiration for John Coltrane: a concept for ultimate failure or awesome music. It turned out the latter.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1344 Hits · Posted on 2/14/2004 by Joris Funcke (664)
  9. All Sides Now by Pat Martino (3.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A guitar-oriented album - the listing of artists here teaming up with Pat Martino is very interesting. A veritable Who's Who of contemporary artists playing along with Pat.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1374 Hits · Posted on 1/25/2004 by Rick Streleck (355)
  10. Alone / But Never Alone by Larry Carlton (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A beautiful acoustic-guitar contemporary jazz album by Larry Carlton and friends.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1532 Hits · Posted on 1/25/2004 by Rick Streleck (355)
  11. Alone Together by Jim Hall & Ron Carter (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Two Masters
    Recordings: Jazz · 933 Hits · Posted on 10/10/1999 by Jeremy Cotton (7938)
  12. Alone/But Never Alone by Larry Carlton (4.5 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Here Larry plays accoustic. Smoothly and with sensitivity.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1638 Hits · Posted on 3/13/2002 by Marcelo Rocha de Souza (2016)
  13. Armando' Fire by Oscar Lopez (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Latin influenced jazz. All tracks are written by Oscar. All instrumentals.
    URL: http://www.oscarlopez.com
    Recordings: Jazz · 1115 Hits · Posted on 7/13/2001 by Greg Groves (1966)

  14. Ask The Ages by Sonny Sharrock (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Sonny Sharrock's final release containing six fiery, free-jazz compositions
    Recordings: Jazz · 1067 Hits · Posted on 9/20/2001 by Tony Cook (2424)
  15. Avenue Blue by Jeff Golub Avenue Blue (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    "A snappy, fluid guitarist who takes the sharp lilt of Steve Laury into fascinatingly cool textures ranging from hip hop to atmospheric new age with just enough jazz tradition infused to cross genre...Definitely an auspiicious debut"....Jazziz Magazine
    Recordings: Jazz · 1673 Hits · Posted on 3/6/2002 by Marcelo Rocha de Souza (2016)
  16. Azure by Tommy Smith (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Tommy`s fourth recording for Linn. Inspired by the work of one of the greatest surrealists and creative spirits-Joan Miro(1893-1983)
    Recordings: Jazz · 951 Hits · Posted on 5/17/2000 by Robert Newby (284)
  17. Baden Powell - Bossa Nova by Baden Powell (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A nice bossa nova guitar album with some of the best Baden Powell compositions.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1408 Hits · Posted on 7/1/2003 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  18. BAIL! by Kim Reith Trio (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Post-bop original compositions by Kim Reith and performed in a guitar/bass/drums trio format.
    URL: http://www.kimreith.com
    Recordings: Jazz · 997 Hits · Posted on 11/2/2002 by Inactive Member

  19. Ballads by John Coltrane (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    This is one of the most beautiful albums I have heard. 'Trane is sublime, and McCoy Tyners' playing is faultless. Magnificently played melodies and solos, with fantatic chord voicings.
    Recordings: Jazz · 1122 Hits · Posted on 3/8/2000 by JASON D.D.R. (43)
  20. Beneath the Mask by Chick Corea (3.5 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Smoking recording, monster playing....
    Recordings: Jazz · 1116 Hits · Posted on 12/9/1999 by Frederick Burton (5465)