When he was faced with the task of coming up with guitar accompaniment for the tour, which featured many songs originally played by Larry Carlton, he was trying to come up with original parts of his own. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Larry Carlton at the Discogs Marketplace. Larry Carlton discography and songs: Music profile for Larry Carlton, born 2 March 1948. The last track, " (It Was) Only Yesterday" has Carlton 's inimitable style of doing a disconsolate song with the emotion of his guitar providing a catharsis. A busy studio guitarist since the 1970s who also carved out his own style in the crossover field, mixing blues, rock, pop, and some jazz improvising. 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.
Larry Carlton. Hard as he tried, he could not come up with better parts, and later said that Carlton’s work was not just the parts, it simply came to define the songs. Albums include Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now) / The Search, Larry Carlton, and Against All Odds. Genres: Jazz Fusion, Smooth Jazz, Jazz-Rock.
Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Friends - Larry Carlton on AllMusic - 1983 - By the time Larry Carlton recorded Friends, his… Carlton is one of the forerunners of the instrumental pop movement, and while his work is by no means revolutionary, it is largely considered to be some of the best of the genre. CDs; DVDs; Blu-rays; Similar Artists. Lee Ritenour; Fourplay; Joe Sample; David Sanborn; Peter White; Chuck Loeb; Bob James; Jeff Golub; Spyro Gyra; Yellowjackets; Earl Klugh; Norman Brown; Robben Ford; Jeff Lorber; David Benoit; Greatest Hits Rerecorded:V1 Larry Car (CD) Released in 2011 $ 18.10 CD Sale. Explore releases from Larry Carlton at Discogs.
Add to Cart. This is Larry Carlton's second independent recording, which has finally been reissued on CD. Included are such tracks as "Smiles and Smiles to Go," "Hello Tomorrow," and "Emotions Wound Us." Find Larry Carlton song information on AllMusic. The album's best track, the exhilarating "Rio Samba," is a more muscular take on the work Lee Ritenour did at the time as Carlton hits amazing notes, aided by Mathieson 's keyboard work. The trademark 'Carlton' guitar sound is evident throughout, as is his toneless singing.
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