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Earl Klugh (/kluː/ KLOO; born September 16, 1953) is an American jazz guitarist and composer. In 2006 Modern Guitar magazine wrote that Klugh "is considered by many to be one of the finest acoustic guitar players today. At the age of three, Klugh commenced training on the piano until he switched to the guitar at the age of ten. At the age of thirteen, Klugh was captivated by the guitar playing of Chet Atkins when Atkins made an appearance on the Perry Como Show
Track Listing: 1. Main Title Theme From "Marvin & Tige" (02:25) 2. Momma Dies (02:40) 3. Ou. .Music composed and conducted by Patrick Williams. Performed by Earl Klugh. Svoundtrack: featuring soundtracks on compact disc, vinyl and cassette.
Since Klugh released his inaugural album in 1976, the Detroit-born master of the acoustic-classical guitar has become one of the most imitated icons of the instrument, issued dozens of discs, 24 of which have been on Billboard’s top-10 list of jazz albums and 6 that made it to the No. 1 slot. During that time, Klugh’s recordings also received 13 GRAMMY® nominations (the latest for HandPicked) – and his collaboration with pianist Bob James, One on One, walked away with the 1980 GRAMMY® Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album. During the more than three-and-a-half decades since the Earl Klugh album came out on Blue Note, the guitarist’s magic on stage continues to delight audiences across the globe. CBS Golf embraced Klugh’s Take it From the Top as their theme song for many years of exciting coverage of the sport.
Personnel: Earl Klugh (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Lee Ritenour (electric guitar); Margaret Ross (harp); Fred Buldrini, Ruth Buffington, Tony Posk, Norman Carr, Joseph Goodman, Gerald Tarack, Ann Barak, Guy Lumia, Doris Carr, Noel Pointer, Harold Kohon, Jean Ingraham (violin); Theodore Israel, Julien Barber (viola); Richard Locker, Charles McCracken (cello); Thelma Beach, Kenneth Yerke, Karen Jones, Myer Bello, Joseph Stepansky, Marcia Van Dyke, Alexander. Photographers: Norman Seeff; Paul Ruscha. Arranger: Dave Grusin. Beat Goes On repackaged and re-released three Earl Klugh LPs from the 70s on EMI/Blue Note - Earl Klugh, Living Inside Your Love, and Magic in Your Eyes - as a two-disc set. It's not a bad way to acquire the albums if you don't already own them, but isn't recommended for the casual fan. ~ Al Campbell. The Very Best of The Blue Note Years (CD).
Musical and personal reflections of Klugh’s boyhood and adolescence also underlie the album’s new songs and lovingly chosen standards. In My Foolish Heart, Klugh says, there are rhythmic concepts from Ahmad Jamal’s Poinciana. When I was 17, I spent time with him at the jazz club in Detroit; and you never forget that, when somebody that great takes time to ask about you and talk about your music. For Canadian Sunset, we took the original piano arrangement by the composer, Eddie Heywood, and elaborated
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I saw this movie today for the first time, and cannot believe, that I had never seen it before now. It was such a beautiful and moving story, a story that showed how love can develop between people, regardless of age, race or their relationship to each other. All thou Marvin wasn't Tige's father he became the father that Tige never had, and showed him in so many ways just how much he would do to show him that he did. And Tige showed him how much a little boy could return that love. All in all it proved that true love comes from the heart.
Description: An alcoholic, one-time executive becomes a surrogate father to a troubled 11-year-old boy. Cassavetes supported his uncommercial personal projects with his firey and realistic acting, brings a touch of class to this slightly maudlin social study. Studio: Sultan Entertainment.
Life Stories is the 13th studio album by Earl Klugh released in 1986. As in some of his previous albums, Klugh is joined by David Matthews and Grammy Award winner Don Sebesky who conducted and arranged some of the songs. The Traveler" - 4:07. Just for Your Love" - 4:13. Second Chances" - 3:59. For the Love of You" - 3:59.
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