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Interview and music with Earl Klugh. There are no track titles or lengths listed on sleeve or label.
Two of a Kind is the second album by Earl Klugh and Bob James, released in 1982. The album received a nomination for Best Selling Jazz Album at the NARM Awards in 1983, and peaked at N. on the Billboard's Jazz Charts in January 1983. Where I Wander" - 6:51. Earl Klugh – acoustic guitar. Bob James – keyboards. Harvey Mason – drums. Leonard "Doc" Gibbs, Jr. – percussion.
Earl Klugh is the debut album by jazz guitarist Earl Klugh, released in 1976. Klugh is accompanied by Louis Johnson on bass and Lee Ritenour on guitar. All tracks written by Earl Klugh except where noted. Earl Klugh – acoustic and electric guitars. Chuck Findley, Oscar Brashear – trumpet, flugelhorn. Garnett Brown – trombone. Ray Pizzi – soprano saxophone. Pete Christlieb – tenor saxophone, flute.
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Studio album by Earl Klugh. Earl Klugh is the debut album of Earl Klugh released in 1976 Contents.
Earl Klugh has always been a huge inspiration to me, says Shimabukuro. He makes everything sound so beautiful. His tone is rich and pure - and his melodic phrasing is absolutely perfect. It was such an honor to join him on record. From the Eagles, Klugh journeys to Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass and the song More and More Amor from Alpert’s 1965 album Going Places