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Lenny Breau Trio Import

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1. You Needed Me
2. Don't Think Twice (It's All Right)
3. Mister Night
4. Neptune
5. Claude (Free Song)

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Another marvellous CD by the late Lenny Breau. This 1979 recording was recorded live in Nashville and is a must for all jazz guitar fans. Titles are: 'You Needed Me', 'Don't Think Twice (It's Alright)', 'Mister Night', 'Neptune', 'Claude (Free Song)'.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
A solid Lenny Breau album, but not his best 26 Jun. 2009
By Nobody important - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Lenny Breau at his worst was still far more interesting than almost any other jazz guitarist at his or her best. This is not Lenny Breau at his worst, but this isn't his best either.

Breau was not just a jazz musician. He also played country, and even flamenco. However, on this album, he sticks pretty much to jazz. The first track dips a bit into country, though, because of the presence of Chet Atkins along with the trio. Breau and Atkins recorded an album together, Standard Brands, but those are not the only recordings of the two together. Chet puts in a guest appearance on the first track here, adding a tinge of country to an otherwise straight acoustic jazz track. It is pretty, but not fiery. The rest of the album is a trio with Don Thompson on bass, and Claude Ranger on drums. You may not have heard of them, but if you are reading this, there is a good chance you have heard Don Thompson on, for example, Jim Hall Live. The rhythm section is good, but of course, Breau is the star here. After the Chet track, the trio plays a slightly upbeat (at least by Breau's standards) rendition of Dylan's Don't Think Twice. Unlike the version on Guitar Sounds of Lenny Breau, he plays electric here. It is a bit different, and I find the version on Guitar Sounds a bit more interesting, but this is still solid Breau. The next track, Mister Night, is the star of the album for me. This is Breau at his swinging best. Neptune, the next track, sounds suspiciously like On Green Dolphin Street. It has more solid playing by Breau, and at times, the tone almost sounds like Sonny Greenwich. The final track has more dynamic range, alternating between Breau's standard mellow sound, and the Greenwich-like playing on Neptune.

This is a solid Breau album. It isn't Live on Bourbon St., but it is good, and if you want to hear Breau and Atkins together without shelling out for a used copy of Standard Brands, you can hear them together on the first track here.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
pleased 13 Aug. 2012
By ross simpson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Very good and pleased with product and service and would recommend it to anyone for sales.......................................and information about this kind of thing.
"Clause (free song)" is really "Shadow of Your Smile" !! 6 Nov. 2008
By Market Maven - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I recently bought this CD, and was expecting to hear a different tune under the title, "Claude." I could swear that I have an LP somewhere that has a totally different tune being played on the flip side under that title, that is totally free. I remember parts of that tune very well. On this CD, it basically starts out as "The Shadow of Your Smile." Anybody else notice this>

Lenny is always superb, but be aware that this might be a different version than the LP. If I'm wrong, someone please correct me.
finest 10 Jan. 2015
By musicgalaxyman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
One of the best cd's by the top guitarist in the history of the guitar
3 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Breau Brews a Fine Cup of Music 30 Aug. 2000
By Daniel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The whole point of this review is to aid you in your decision as to whether to buy this cd or not. My first impression is that Lenny Breau is an artist. And he's one of those artists that seems to have so much talent that no one can fully hate his art.THat's not to say that any one person would want to hate Lenny Breau's guitar music. Throughout LENNY BREAU TRIO there seems to be a total vibrating warmth delivered through the strings of Lenny's guitar. And if Nat Adderly(brother of Cannonball Adderly of jazz saxophone) was correct when he stated, "Music is friendship", then Lenny Breau would make a perfect one. So make Lenny Breau your companion when you need to impress your ears, and bring the rest of his carefully balanced trio along for the ride.
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