Smokin' In Seattle: Live At The Penthouse (1966)
Recorded less than a year after Wes and Wynton's classic 1965 live album 'Smokin' at the Half Note', which guitarist Pet Metheny calls "the absolute greatest jazz guitar album ever made," 'Smokin' in Seattle' finds the dynamic duo joined by the solid rhythm section of bassist Ron McClure (Charles Lloyd, Joe Henderson) and legendary drummer Jimmy Cobb.
The CD package includes extensive liner note books featuring rare photos by Lee Tanner, Chuck Stewart, Tom Copi, Joe Alpert and others; essays by guitar icon Pat Metheny, Seattle Times writer Paul de Barros, producer Zev Feldman, original recording engineer and Seattle Radio DJ Jim Wilke; and an interviews with Ron McClure, Jimmy Cobb and NEA Jazz Master Kenny Barron.
- There Is No Greater Love
- Not A Tear
- What's New?
- Blues In F
- Sir John
- If You Could See Me Now
- West Coast Blues
- O Morro Não Tem Vez
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