Kenny Burell has been a central figure in the jazz since he moved to New York in 1957. Like other members of his Detroit jazz clan, Burrell had an instinct for the essentials: blues feeling and deep rhythm. He was also noted for harmonic sophistication and the ability to set a mood with his lyricism. In an age of sound-alike guitarists, Burrell is immediately identifiable, one of the major guitar influences of he second half of the 20th century. All of Kenny Burrell's qualities a displayed on the this 1972 release. A must-have for Jazz fans.
1) A Streetcar Named Desire
2) Make Someone Happy
3) 'Round Midnight
4) I Think It's Going to Rain Today
5) Since I Fell for You
6) I'm Gonna Laugh You Right Out of My Life
7) Blues in the Night