For the Ted Dunbar album, see Jazz Guitarist (album). Bossa nova became popular in the early 1960s in part because of the album Jazz Samba by Stan Getz and guitarist Charlie Byrd and the song "The Girl from Ipanema" by Antonio Carlos Jobim. Although bossa nova isn't synonymous with jazz, the intermingling of boss nova with jazz was fruitful for both genres.
Jazz Guitarist is a hard bop music album recording by TED DUNBAR released in 1982 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Winding Blues 4:05 A2 Total Conversion 6:05 A3 Trees And Grass And Things 4:07 A4 Nica's Dream 6:25 B1 Hi-Fly 5:50 B2 Bougie 7:55 B3 Epistrophy 6:45. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Gentle Time Alone SteepleChase 2010.
Jazz Guitarist is a solo studio album by jazz guitarist Ted Dunbar, recorded in 1982 for Xanadu Records. Winding Blues" - 4:05 (Ted Dunbar). Total Conversion" - 6:05 (Dunbar). Trees and Grass and Things" - 4:07 (Don Pullen). Nica's Dream" - 06:25 (Horace Silver). Hi-Fly" - 5:50 (Randy Weston). Bougie" - 7:55 (Dunbar). Epistrophy" - 6:45 (Thelonious Monk, Kenny Clarke).
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Ted Dunbar, a jazz guitarist who performed with some of the leading musicians of his day, died on May 29 at a hospital in New Brunswick, . He was 61 and lived in Kendall Park, . The cause was complications of a stroke, said Ethel Wells, a friend. In the early 1960's, Mr. Dunbar began to make a national name for himself, substituting for the guitarist Wes Montgomery.
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