Hiroki Mijano And Earl Klugh

George Benson and Earl Klugh - Collaboration 24bit/96KHz Vinyl Rip

George Benson and Earl Klugh - Collaboration
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Filesonic and Hotfile | 1987

Collaboration is a smooth jazz studio album by George Benson & Earl Klugh released in 1987. The album was certified gold in the United States in February 1988.
George Benson & Earl Klugh - Collaboration (1987) {1st US press} [Re-Up]

George Benson & Earl Klugh - Collaboration (1987) {1st US press}
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Genre: Jazz Funk, Smooth Jazz

George Benson rebels against the machine and comes out with an all-instrumental album, his first in 11 years and also his first full teaming with onetime protege, acoustic guitarist Earl Klugh. Klugh sounds much more mature and forthcoming here than he did as a teenager in Benson's CTI days. Yet Benson still blows him away with his effortless swing, endless invention (within the constraints of the carefully controlled arrangements, however) and totally assured placement of the notes. "Mimosa" has some especially fluid work by Benson, with Klugh serving as an effective foil.

Bob James & Earl Klugh - Cool (1992) {Warner}  

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 19, 2015
Bob James & Earl Klugh - Cool (1992) {Warner}

Bob James & Earl Klugh - Cool (1992) {Warner}
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Genre: Smooth Jazz, Fusion

This album has been a personal favorite since 1992 and I love it more everytime I experience it again. If you can appreciate this type of music in the first place you're going to have a wonderful time hanging out with Bob, Earl and the rest of the crew.

Earl Klugh - Finger Paintings (1977) {MFSL} [Repost]  

Posted by tiburon at June 29, 2015
Earl Klugh - Finger Paintings (1977) {MFSL} [Repost]

Earl Klugh - Finger Paintings (1977) {MFSL}
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Genre: Smooth Jazz, Jazz-Funk

Acoustic guitarist Earl Klugh has always had an appealing sound. This early session was reissued as a Blue Note CD in the 1970s. The melodic music that Klugh creates is quite pleasant, and he is accompanied by fellow guitarist Lee Ritenour, a rhythm section, and occasional horns and strings.

Earl Klugh - HandPicked (2013) {Heads Up}  

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 15, 2014
Earl Klugh - HandPicked (2013) {Heads Up}

Earl Klugh - HandPicked (2013) {Heads Up}
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Genre: Jazz

HandPicked is a smooth jazz studio album by jazz guitarist Earl Klugh released on July 30, 2013. This is Klugh's first album of new material since he released The Spice Of Life in 2008 and it is also his first for the Heads Up label. This album showcases Klugh playing solo guitar on 13 of the 16 songs included here. Bill Frisell, Jake Shimabukuro, and Vince Gill all co-produced and played on one song each.

Earl Klugh - Peculiar Situation (1999) {Windham Hill}  

Posted by tiburon at Feb. 7, 2014
Earl Klugh - Peculiar Situation (1999) {Windham Hill}

Earl Klugh - Peculiar Situation (1999) {Windham Hill}
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Genre: Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Fusion

Windham Hill's eagerness to become one of smooth jazz's top labels has led them to sign a handful of influential masters of the form. They couldn't have placed a surer bet than on Earl Klugh, whose snappy acoustic style first hit the airwaves in the mid-'70s. While he's experimented a few times in recent years with orchestral projects, his Peculiar Situation finds him for the most part mining familiar and friendly territory. The sharp crisp melody over a thick, rolling bass groove on the title cut (with the occasional synth flourish at the end of the chorus part) characterizes his overall funk approach, while the graceful high-toned melody that leads "Southern Dog" is classic Klugh balladry. One of his more unique traits is how he modulates his strings; the melody line on the title track features a high tone, and his solo improvisation delves into the lower registers.

Earl Klugh - HandPicked (2013)  

Posted by mark70 at Oct. 7, 2013
Earl Klugh - HandPicked (2013)

Earl Klugh - HandPicked (2013)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 55:37 min | 121 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: Heads Up

It's been five years since Earl Klugh issued the smooth chamber group offering The Spice of Life. In the interim, he stayed busy curating his Weekend of Jazz events at the Broadmoor Hotel & Resort in Colorado Springs and the Kiawah Island Golf Resorts in South Carolina, and played the festival circuit, a few choice club gigs, and select concerts. Hand Picked is an abundant 15-track collection, and Klugh's first for Heads Up International. With the exception of three duets, it's a completely solo guitar effort that focuses on a range of covers from jazz, pop, and country as well as four fine originals. The elegant reading of "Alfie" that kicks the set off is followed by a beautiful take on "Blue Moon" with Bill Frisell.

The Jazz Channel Presents - Earl Klugh (2001)  

Posted by robi62 at July 17, 2013
The Jazz Channel Presents - Earl Klugh (2001)

The Jazz Channel Presents - Earl Klugh (2001)
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 4 860 Kbps, 720 x 480 (1.333) at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps, AC-3 2ch. at 224 Kbps, DTS 6ch. at 1 510 Kbps
Genre: Jazz | Label: Image Entertainment | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 27 Mar 2001 | Runtime: 73 min. | 4,35 GB (DVD5)

An acoustic guitarist with a very pretty tone, Earl Klugh does not consider himself a jazz player and thinks of Chet Atkins as being his most important influence. Klugh played on a Yusef Lateef album when he was 15 and gained recognition in 1971 for his contributions to George Benson's White Rabbit record. He played regularly with Benson in 1973, was a member of Return to Forever briefly in 1974, and then in the mid-'70s, began recording as a leader. After a couple well-received solo albums on different Capitol imprints including Blue Note, Klugh hit pay dirt with 1979's One on One, a Grammy-winning collaboration with pianist Bob James.
George Benson & Earl Klugh - Collaboration (1987) {1st US press} [Repost]

George Benson & Earl Klugh - Collaboration (1987) {1st US press}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 298MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz Funk, Smooth Jazz

George Benson rebels against the machine and comes out with an all-instrumental album, his first in 11 years and also his first full teaming with onetime protege, acoustic guitarist Earl Klugh. Klugh sounds much more mature and forthcoming here than he did as a teenager in Benson's CTI days. Yet Benson still blows him away with his effortless swing, endless invention (within the constraints of the carefully controlled arrangements, however) and totally assured placement of the notes. "Mimosa" has some especially fluid work by Benson, with Klugh serving as an effective foil.
Earl Klugh Trio - Volume 2 Sounds And Visions (1993)

Earl Klugh Trio - Volume 2 Sounds And Visions (1993)
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Genre: Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Soundtrack

Although this CD gives the Earl Klugh Trio first billing, the guitarist's group is joined by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, a large string orchestra arranged by Don Sebesky. Except for the brief intros and interludes, the music is comprised of themes from movies. With Sebesky contributing arrangements that are sometimes saccharine, the program does sound like film music. Klugh has always had a pretty sound and that is very much in evidence, but he rarely ventures away from the melodies. Fans of the guitarist's usual recordings will consider this set a nice change of pace.