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Music : Larry Carlton - Playing, Singing (1973) 320 kbps

Artist:Larry Carlton
Year Of Release:1973
Label:Edsel Records
Genre:Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Fusion
Quality:MP3/320 kbps
Total Time:31:57
Total Size:76 MB(+3%)
WebSite:Album Preview

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4. With Respect To Coltrane (Scott) - 5:53
5. American Family (O'Day) - 4:03
6. Wavin' And Smilin' (Siller) - 3:01
7. Captain, Captain (Meskel) - 3:28
8. Free Way (Carlton) - 6:15

personnel :

Larry Carlton - Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Vibes, Percussion
Michael Omartian - Electric Piano, Piano, Organ, Synthesizer
Michael Mills - Percussion
Joe Osborne - Bass
Jim Gordon - Drums
Ron Tutt - Drums
Alan Estes - Percussion
Oma Drake - Background Vocals
Julia Tillman - Background Vocals
Maxine Willard - Background Vocals
Wilton Felder - Bass
Joe Sample - Electric Piano
Stix Hooper - Drums
Max Bennett - Bass
John Guerin - Drums
Reinie Press - Bass
Chris Neilson - Background Vocals

This is Larry Carlton's second independent recording, which has finally been reissued on CD. The trademark 'Carlton' guitar sound is evident throughout, as is his toneless singing. The tracks here have a more earthy feel, as opposed to the over-produced stylings he would later employ; however, the overall results are disappointing. The guitar playing is certainly impressive (especially the distortion-filled "Free Way"), but there is simply not enough of it. Regardless, this is an interesting part of Carlton's beginnings and there are enough moments here that foreshadow his evolvement into one of the most distinctive voices in the history of electric guitar.~ Robert Taylor

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