Louis Stewart - Milesian Source album flac
The exquisite guitar playing of Louis Stewart, playing Eveline. An original composition by Louis Stewart taken from his fusion album Milesian Source.
After playing guitar in a succession of Dublin-based showbands, Stewart began playing jazz in the early 60s. By the end of the decade he had achieved a substantial.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Astor (catalog number SPLP 1531). Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album. The album included the following session artists
LOUIS STEWART is a hard bop bop music artist. Most recently in 2013, Stewart recorded an album of duets, Tunes, with life-long friend Jim Doherty. Renowned Irish jazz musician Louis Stewart has passed away at the age of 72 in 2016. Thanks to snobb for the addition. LOUIS STEWART Online Videos. Louis Stewart-Milesian Source-Pye 18555-ENGLAND.
Stewart recorded his debut album, Louis the First in Dublin, and then recorded in London Billy Higgins, Peter Ind, Sam Jones, Red Mitchell, and Spike Robinson. From the mid to late 1970s he worked with George Shearing, touring America, Brazil, and playing European festivals, and recording eight albums, including several in a trio with bassist Niels-Henning Orsted-Pedersen. Milesian Source (Pye, 1978). Drums and Friends (Livia, 1978). I Thought About You with Sam Jones and Billy Higgins (Livia, 1979).
born on 5/1/1944 in Waterford, Munster, Ireland. Il enregistre son premier album en tant que leader, Louis the First, en 1975 avec pour sidemen Sam Jones, Billy Higgins, Peter Ind (en), Red Mitchell et Spike Robinson. De 1975 à 1979, il travaille dans les différentes formations de Ronnie Scott. En 1979, il joue en Australie aux côtés de Blossom Dearie et Don Burrows (en), joue dans le big band d'Harry South (en). Milesian Source (1977). Out on His Own (1977). Drums and Friends (1978).
Smiler is Rod Stewart's fifth album, fifth solo album and final album for Mercury Records, released in 1974. It became the first album by Rod Stewart as a solo artist to become critically panned.
Louis Stewart (guitarist). Louis Stewart (5 January 1944 – 20 August 2016) was an Irish jazz guitarist. Louis the First (1975). Baubles, Bangles and Beads (1976).
b. 5 January 1944, Waterford, Eire. After playing guitar in a succession of Dublin-based showbands, Stewart began playing jazz in the early 60s. By the end of the decade he had achieved a substantial reputation by working with such leading jazzmen as Tubby Hayes and Benny Goodman. Throughout the 70s he continued to enhance his standing in both the UK and the USA, playing and recording with Ronnie Scott, Don Burrows, George Shearing, Peter Ind and others. He has composed a number of pieces based on the work of James Joyce, several of which appeared on the albums Milesian Source and Joycenotes. A brilliant sound allied to a crystal-clear tone has helped to make Stewart one of the outstanding guitarists in jazz. A virtuoso technique allows him to realize fully his endless inventiveness. In 1998, Stewart received an Honory Doctorate by Trinity College, Dublin.
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- Recorded At – Basing Street Studios
- Produced For – Ronnie Scott's Record Productions
- Manufactured By – Phonodisc Limited
- Distributed By – Phonodisc Limited
- Bass – Ron Mathewson
- Drums, Percussion – Martin Drew
- Engineer – Howard Kilgour
- Guitar – Louis Stewart
- Keyboards – Geoff Castle, Martin Blackwell
- Liner Notes – Ronnie Scott
- Photography By – David Redfern
- Producer – Pete King
NotesRecorded Dec. 21st/23rd 1977 and Jan. 2nd 1978.
Compositions on side one based on four short stories from James Joyce's "Dubliners".
|NSPL 18555||Louis Stewart||Milesian Source (LP, Album)||Pye Records||NSPL 18555||UK||1978|
|SPLP 1531||Louis Stewart||Milesian Source (LP, Album)||Astor||SPLP 1531||Australia & New Zealand||Unknown|