JazzCat

I'm Christian, a professional musician. I'm from NJ. I've been playing guitar for 10 years, I'm pretty laid back and chill. My blog shows my love for jazz. Check out my Youtube channel for some cool videos of me playing guitar and "my favorite jazz albums" link to get some cool suggestions for cool music to listen to. Talk to me. I'd love to hear from you.

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Photo taken at a gig a few weeks back, pretty good shot

Photo taken at a gig a few weeks back, pretty good shot

John Coltrane with Johnny Hartman. Hartman was Coltrane’s favorite jazz vocalist and they got to record an album titled “John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman” in 1963. It showcased the talent of not only Coltrane and Hartman, but also the likes of Coltrane’s trio who extensively backed him up. A great effort was put into this recording and is one of my favorite records these days.

John Coltrane with Johnny Hartman. Hartman was Coltrane’s favorite jazz vocalist and they got to record an album titled “John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman” in 1963. It showcased the talent of not only Coltrane and Hartman, but also the likes of Coltrane’s trio who extensively backed him up. A great effort was put into this recording and is one of my favorite records these days.

North Jersey People

I’m trying to find more people from the Northern New Jersey area to talk to on here. Message me if you’re one of those people. Or you could kik me at 1992elvisfan

One of my all time favorites, this album is hip and shows Jimmy Smith on top form. His organ is hip even by today’s standards and the sound never gets old. Kenny Burrell is also in great form with his great blues licks on guitar. Stanley Turrentine’s sax also sounds really cool as usual and Donald Bailey keeps a nice steady beat on the kit.

One of my all time favorites, this album is hip and shows Jimmy Smith on top form. His organ is hip even by today’s standards and the sound never gets old. Kenny Burrell is also in great form with his great blues licks on guitar. Stanley Turrentine’s sax also sounds really cool as usual and Donald Bailey keeps a nice steady beat on the kit.

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Ted Greene, yet another under appreciated guitarist who was genius. His signature chord voicings and unique tone is the envy of many guitarists. There’s quite a few videos of him on YouTube which any person who loves guitar should watch. He is also the author of some great books of guitar theory.

Ted Greene, yet another under appreciated guitarist who was genius. His signature chord voicings and unique tone is the envy of many guitarists. There’s quite a few videos of him on YouTube which any person who loves guitar should watch. He is also the author of some great books of guitar theory.

One of the unsung, lesser known jazz guitar greats, Lenny Breau. One of the most harmonically advanced guitarists to live in the 20th century. His approach and style was extremely advanced using various chord voicings and his finger style approach that he brought to jazz guitar was very unique.

One of the unsung, lesser known jazz guitar greats, Lenny Breau. One of the most harmonically advanced guitarists to live in the 20th century. His approach and style was extremely advanced using various chord voicings and his finger style approach that he brought to jazz guitar was very unique.