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Lee Ritenour and Larry Carlton - Larry and Lee

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Title: Larry & Lee
Leader Artist: Lee Ritenour & Larry Carlton
Genre Jazz Instrumental
Styles: Guitar/Jazz, Smooth/Jazz,
Audio CD (April 25, 1995)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Grp Records


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Track List

1 Crosstown Kids   5:01    Composed By - Lee Ritenour

2 Low Steppin' 6:25 Composed By - Larry Carlton , Lee Ritenour

Synthesizer [Sample From "high Steppin"] - Larry Carlton
3 L.A. Underground 5:46 Composed By - Lee Ritenour

4 Closed Door Jam 4:59 Composed By - Larry Carlton

5 After The Rain 4:44 Composed By - Lee Ritenour

6 Remembering J.P. 4:48 Composed By - Larry Carlton

7 Fun In The Dark 5:25 Composed By - Lee Ritenour

8 Lots About Nothin' 6:15 Composed By - Larry Carlton

9 Take That 4:53 Composed By - Lee Ritenour

10 Up And Adam 6:11 Composed By - Larry Carlton

11 Reflection Of A Guitar Player 5:52 Composed By - Larry Carlton


Personnel

Lee Ritenour (organ, synthesizer, guitar, bass, programming),
Larry Carlton (keyboards, guitar),
Larry Williams (tenor saxophone, synthesizer),
Jerry Hey, Gary Grant (trumpet, flugelhorn),
Bill Reichenbach (trombone),
Greg Phillinganes, Dave Witham, Rick Jackson (keyboards),
Melvin Davis (bass),
Omar Hakim, Harvey Mason (drums),
Cassio Duarte (percussion).


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bio

Lee Mack Ritenour (Los Angeles, California, 11 gennaio 1952) è un chitarrista statunitense di musica jazz.

A otto anni intraprese lo studio della chitarra e a dodici cominciò ad esibirsi con un gruppo chiamato The Esquires. Successivamente seguì dei corsi di perfezionamento con Joe Pass e Howard Roberts per quanto riguarda il jazz, e con Christopher Parkening per lo studio della musica classica.

Il suo debutto da professionista avvenne a diciannove anni con l'orchestra di Sergio Mendes, che lo volle in tournée in Giappone. Tornato negli Stati Uniti, trovò ingaggio in vari club di Los Angeles e cominciò a registrare come musicista di sala in alcuni dischi dei Mama's & Papa's e di Tony Bennett, diventando in breve tempo uno dei session man più richiesti.

Nella seconda metà degli anni settanta ha cominciato a incidere da solo e successivamente si è dedicato anche all'insegnamento presso l'University of Southern California. L'esperienza dell'insegnamento lo ha portato a elaborare anche dei video didattici. I chitarristi che più lo hanno influenzato sono stati Wes Montgomery e Barney Kessel.

Ritenour utilizza di solito una Gibson ES-335. Ha collaborato, tra gli altri, con musicisti del calibro di Herbie Hancock, Steely Dan, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins e Pink Floyd. Intorno alla metà degli anni ottanta venne fortemente influenzato dalla musica brasiliana. Nella sua lunga carriera ha collezionato moltissime nomination al premio Grammy, vincendo numerosi dischi d'oro.

Larry Carlton

Larry Carlton può essere considerato ragionevolmente come uno dei pionieri della moderna fusion chitarristica. L’insieme delle esperienze accumulate nella sua carriera rendono l’ascolto delle esibizioni di Carlton imperdibili per tutti gli appassionati di musica e gli sono valse, nella sua lunga carriera, ben 14 Grammy Nominations e addirittura 3 Grammy Award vinti.
Nel corso della sua incredibile carriera vanta numerose partnership artistiche e non c’è da stupirsi se, tra gli album in cui ha partecipato, si possano contare addirittura, ben oltre 100 dischi d’oro! Un record che nessuno gli può contendere, e che conferma la chitarra di Carlton come una delle migliori del mondo.
Impostosi negli anni 70 come session man, ha suonato con alcuni fra i migliori musicisti e gruppi della scena americana: Steely Dan, Joni Mitchell, Michael Jackson, Crusaders, John Lennon, Stanley Clarke, Sammy Davis Jr., Herb Alpert, Quincy Jones, Bobby Blue Bland, Steve Lukather, Dolly Parton, Jerry Garcia, Paul Anka, Linda Ronstadt e molti altri.
Ora Larry Carlton torna al suo vecchio amore, il Blues, e per l’occasione coinvolge un’altro mostro sacro della chitarra, probabilmente colui che oggi, più di ogni altro, rappresenta la nuova generazione chitarristica con il suo stile personalissimo ed innovativo, ovvero il grande Robben Ford.


review

This disk is great for many reasons.

What I like best is that it is a musical laboratory where each song is an experiment exposing key elements of what makes each guitarist great. At the end, I think Larry and Lee have very complementary approaches to guitar playing, composing and arranging. You get to hear that more clearly on this disk as a result of the mix of playing styles and songs than you would on their solo disks.

Let's start with key Lee elements. From a guitar playing standpoint, he can do just about everything well and make it sound easy. As a soloist, he has much more jazz in his jazz blues mix. Lee is very much from the Wes Montgomery/George Benson school. From a song writing perspective, he writes very strong lead lines. "Crosstown Kids" and "LA Underground" showcase this best. From an arranging perspective, he tends to let the rest of the band handle the chords and harmony of the song. In this respect, Lee is like Grant Green as a song writer.

Key Larry elements: From a guitar playing standpoint, Larry puts out a more limited range of guitar technique and everything he does is infused with Carlton. Larry is about Larryness. (In some sense, Lee is so free, great and easy about everything technically that his guitar personality is harder to pin down.) As a soloist, Larry has much more blues and R&B than jazz. But when he goes into jazzland, it often has more dissonance and angularity then is typical for jazz guitar, smooth or otherwise. To me, Larry is more like Grant Green as soloist. From a song writing perspective, Larry is about close harmonies played by the guitar either through chords or doubled lead lines. The rest of the band is more about playing accents and handling the harmony during guitar solos. This is on full display in "Remembering J.P" and "Up and Adam." In this respect, Larry is more like Joe Pass if Joe focused more on original tunes and wrapped a band around his most famous solo jazz guitar approach.

Those who want more loose, raw, uninhibited playing should go elsewhere: Larry and Lee will never let you know these qualities because their guitar playing skills are just too good. If you want loose, raw, uninhibited, but righteously skilled guitar playing, check out Rick Derringer's work on Edgar Winter's "Roadwork" album.

Those who like smooth/contemporary jazz, but would like to hear different, guitar-oriented approaches to this style will love this album.
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