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Buddy Fite was my guitar teacher and guitar hero during the late sixties. Buddy Fite is the greatest jazz guitarist in my opinion
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Buddy Fite – Buddy Fite! Label: Cyclone – CY4100. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Monarch Pressing. Very similar to Buddy Fite - Buddy Fite!, but there is no record label address between label logo and artist. Matrix, Runout (Side A Runout): 4100-SA MR △73987-X.
Although virtually unknown except by a handful of true believers, Buddy Fite is nonetheless one of jazz guitar's most formidable talents. His technique - full of Kenny Burrell-style bluesy bends, Les Paul glissandos and piano-like chords that invoke Art Tatum - is traditional, yet astonishing. The title of this album is no mere catchphrase, but the musical heart and soul of sounds presented here, with not a wasted or overblown note anywhere to be found.
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All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs (SP) 7 inchs (EP) 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Home Jazz Jazz Classic Cool Jazz. buddy fite - Buddy fite & friend. Format : Vinyl LP Picture disc. New or Used : original used. Cover condition : EX (?) Media condition : EX (?)
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Buddy Fite was an incredible guitar player. I lived on the West Coast during the period when he was actively playing in clubs. You had to see Buddy live to appreciate him. The stuff you can find on recordings, to me, doesn't even sound like Buddy Fite. It's worse than judging Wes Montgomery as a jazz guitarist by just finding a copy of the Tequila album (where's the jazz?). Fite ended up sort of giving up on the music scene-jazz was so unprofitable that you couldn't support yourself or a family in the 70s and 80s playing jazz guitar
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