Bireli,Westlife,Robbie and the 'Ratpack' revival

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Bireli,Westlife,Robbie and the 'Ratpack' revival

Postby stublag » Sat Nov 20, 2004 4:21 am

Not content with being the worlds greatest Jazz guitarist it's clear to me that Bireli has had a 'hugely'(to use the current critical parlance)great influence on the 'SEMINAL' new recordings of 'Ratpack'material by Westlife,Jamie Cullum,Robbie Williams etc.
His 'Blue Eyes' album led the way......:-)

Now if only they could play guitar as well.
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Re: Bireli,Westlife,Robbie and the 'Ratpack' revival

Postby Teddy Dupont » Sat Nov 20, 2004 2:13 pm

stublag wrote:Not content with being the worlds greatest Jazz guitarist it's clear to me that Bireli....

I wonder how many non-gypsy jazz fans would agree with that statement. :?:
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Postby devinci » Sat Nov 20, 2004 8:34 pm

he is the most underratted jazz guitarist out there, in other words he is not celebrated as the supreme master he is, of corse he shares that status with other more recognised guitarists such as Pat
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Postby stublag » Sat Nov 20, 2004 9:15 pm

devinci wrote:he is the most underratted jazz guitarist out there, in other words he is not celebrated as the supreme master he is, of corse he shares that status with other more recognised guitarists such as Pat




Pat?

Metheny?,Martino?......,Boone ?......Coombes?
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Re: Bireli,Westlife,Robbie and the 'Ratpack' revival

Postby FSUGypsyJazz » Sat Nov 20, 2004 9:31 pm

[/quote]
I wonder how many non-gypsy jazz fans would agree with that statement. :?:[/quote]
there is a Drummer in my piano class who believes he is. I tend to agree although he really loves his fusion work. Speaking of if anyone knows of a source to order his blue note albums let me know. Carlos(the drummer) really wants those albums and he says he can't find them.
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Postby Plowboy » Sun Nov 21, 2004 4:36 am

stublag wrote:
Pat?

Metheny?,Martino?......,Boone ?......Coombes?
:-)


Pat E. Cake, of course! You know!?!--the baker man. :lol:
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