Live At Boomers CD (2000)

Artist: Greg Clayton

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Product Overview


Label String Jazz
SKU 60437107
UPC 651009101320
UPC 14 00651009101320
Format CD
Release Date 10/10/2000
Author Greg Clayton
Technical Info
CatalogID 1013
Lable Name String Jazz
Released 10/10/2000
Original Release 2000
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 66m : 21s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Live
UPC 00651009101320
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel: Greg Clayton (guitar); Dave Young (bass); Jerry Fuller (drums).
Recorded live at Cafe Boomers, Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada from January 9-11, 1997. Includes liner notes by Randy Cole.
Audio Mixer: Andr? White.
Liner Note Author: Randy Cole.
Recording information: Cafe' Boomers, Pointe Clarie, Quebec, Canada (01/09/1997-01/??/1997).
Photographer: Randy Cole.
This CD captures Greg Clayton, a fine Canadian straight-ahead guitarist, live at Caf? Boomers in Pointe Claire, Quebec, along with bassist Dave Young and drummer Jerry Fuller. The recording quality is excellent and the rapport among the trio members is solid. Clayton's guitar work is highly refined; his relaxed time feel and pointed attack recall Peter Leitch.
Kicking off the set with Kurt Weill's "This Is New," Clayton and his trio carry on with better-known standards like "There Is No Greater Love," "My Shining Hour," "Ghost of a Chance," and "You Don't Know What Love Is," the last of which features Clayton's strongest playing. Other highlights include "You've Changed," which glides along at a medium bossa nova tempo, and Clayton's original minor blues, "Misdemeanor." ~ David R. Adler
Disc 1
1 This Is New
2 There Is No Greater Love
3 You Don't Know What Love Is
4 You've Changed
5 My Shining Hour
6 Misdemeanor
7 Ghost Of A Chance
8 I Thought About You
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