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  1. Gumuro

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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Look Who's Here - Russell Malone on AllMusic - - A Wes Montgomery for the new millennium, this.
  2. Fenrit

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    Find Russell Malone bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - Guitarist Russell Malone is a versatile performer.
  3. Mezijin

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  4. Kazikora

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    Nov 29,  · The Pacific Jazz Institute at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley welcomes one of the signature jazz guitar players of his generation, Russell Malone, for two nights touring in support of his new release Time For The Dancers. Band members are Band members joining Mr. Malone are Rick Germanson (piano), Luke Selllick (bass), Willie Jones III (drums.
  5. Salabar

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    The angle () ; Look who's here () / Russell Malone --Alfie / Burt Bacharach, David Hall () --The odd couple / Neal Hefti () --Soulful kisses / Russell Malone () --Get out of town / Cole Porter () --You will know / Stevei Wonder () --The heather on the hill / Frederick Loewe, Alan Jay Lerner () --An affair to.
  6. Kem

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    "Look Who's Here" is yet another great album for Russell Malone, and he is on a par with all the great jazz guitarists he adores. Wes, Grant, and the still living legend Kenny Burrell would be, and for Burrell, are proud of their protege. Class is rare, but Malone has it by the ton.5/5(4).
  7. Akinomi

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    "Look Who's Here" is yet another great album for Russell Malone, and he is on a par with all the great jazz guitarists he adores. Wes, Grant, and the still living legend Kenny Burrell would be, and for Burrell, are proud of their protege. Class is rare, but Malone has it by the ton.
  8. Arashijin

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    The guitarist Russell Malone plays with such maturity, relaxed authority and extreme chops in any situation he essays that he projects the aura of having been around forever. So it's a tad surprising that LOOK WHO'S HERE is only the fourth session he's led. Joined by a strong working band (Anthony Wonsey, piano; Richie Goods, bass; Byron Landham, drums), Malone navigates a deceptively Price: $
  9. Mebei

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    Jan 01,  · "Look Who's Here" is yet another great album for Russell Malone, and he is on a par with all the great jazz guitarists he adores. Wes, Grant, and the still living legend Kenny Burrell would be, and for Burrell, are proud of their protege. Class is rare, but Malone has it by the ton/5(7).

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