2001
Label: Roulette Jazz - 7243 5 31792 2 9 • Format: CD Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop, Bop, Cool Jazz
Un Poco Loco - Johnny Smith - The Sound Of The Johnny Smith Guitar (CD)

 · The Sound Of Johnny Smith. Johnny Smith. October 8, out of 5 stars 23 ratings. Un Poco Loco ( Digital Remaster) $ Hippo The Sentimental ( Digital Remaster) I can't remember ever hearing a guitar player as good as Johnny Smith, and I've heard many, many guitarists in my 50 years on this planet. /5(23).

rec. Johnny Smith (g)Bob Pancoast (p)George Roumanis (b)Mousie Alexander (d).

Bob Panecoast plays with exceptional taste and musicianship, while George Roumanis contributes a clever original tune to the mix, “Hippo, the Sentimental Hippy” and you’ve got to love Mousey Alexander’s driving rhythmic choruses on “Un Poco Loco.” The Sound of the Johnny Smith Guitar is even better, an exceptionally satisfying session in which Johnny is joined by an all-star rhythm section .

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3 Replies to “Un Poco Loco - Johnny Smith - The Sound Of The Johnny Smith Guitar (CD)”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "The Sound Of The Johnny Smith Guitar" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels. Advanced Search Un Poco Loco: Tracks 1 to 9 originally issued as "The Sound Of The Johnny Smith Guitar.4/5(1).

  2. Listen to The Sound of the Johnny Smith Guitar (Remastered) by Johnny Smith on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Come Rain or Come Shine", "Gypsy In My Soul" and more. Un Poco Loco. PREVIEW Hippo the Sentimental. PREVIEW It's You or No One.

  3.  · When cool-toned guitarist Johnny Smith left New York for Colorado in the mid-'50s, he didn't hang up his guitar. He continued to play locally and make occasional trips back to the Big Apple to record. The two sessions included on The Sound of the Johnny Smith Guitar were the results of two trips in and /10(11).

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