Jimmy Bruno: Maplewood Avenue by Mark Corroto, published on July 22, 2007. Track Listing: Maplewood Avenue; Easton Street Bossa; PA Turnpike; Route 611; Upstairs For Coffee; Song For Meg; Jimmy. Personnel: Jimmy Bruno: guitar; Tony Miceli: vibraphone; Jeff Pedras: bass. Title: Maplewood Avenue Year Released: 2007 Record Label: Affiliated Artists, LLC. Tags.
Jimmy Bruno, born July 22, 1953 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is a master jazz guitarist and jazz educator. One of the most critically acclaimed jazz guitarists performing today, Jimmy Bruno came to prominence as a jazz musician in the 1990's, after a successful twenty-year career as a sought-after commercial guitarist and session musician. Get on the bus; we leave tonight. Those were the words that began Jimmy Bruno's professional career as a guitarist.
Easton Street Bossa - Jimmy Bruno. PA Turnpike - Jimmy Bruno. Upstairs For Coffee - Jimmy Bruno. Song For Meg - Jimmy Bruno. Maplewood Avenue - Jimmy Bruno. She's A Fox - Jimmy Bruno. Route 611 - Jimmy Bruno.
Maplewood Avenue/Easton Street Bossa/PA Turnpike/Route 611/Upstairs For Coffee/Song For Meg/Jimmy's House/Bach Sonata Trio/She's A Fox TT: 59:41. This is a very unusual and interesting disc. First, it was recorded in Jimmy Bruno's house and with continuous takes. It creates both intimacy and also spontaneity. Bach composition, all written by the three artists who perform them.
Jimmy Bruno is active in the jazz scene of Philadelphia since the early 1970s; the age of 19 he went with Buddy Rich's band on tour. Later he headed the backing of Frank Sinatra, for several years worked in Los Angeles before he returned to Philadelphia. Last Bruno took the album on Maple Shade Avenue in a trio with bassist Jeff Pedras and vibraphonist Tony Miceli. His main influences Bruno is one of the guitarist Johnny Smith, Hank Garland, Joe Pass, Tal Farlow, Wes Montgomery, Howard Roberts, Jim Hall and Pat Martino. Disco Graphical Notes. Sleight of Hand (1992 ), Concord.
Biography by Alex Henderson. One of the finest jazz guitarists in Philadelphia, Jimmy Bruno is a passionate hard bopper who loves to swing aggressively but can be a very sensitive ballad player when he puts his mind to it. The Italian-America. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .
Jimmy Bruno (born July 22, 1953) is an American jazz guitarist from Philadelphia. Born in Philadelphia, Bruno started playing guitar at the age of 7. He began his professional career at the age of 19, touring with Buddy Rich. He played for many years in Los Angeles before returning to Philadelphia. He counts as influences Johnny Smith, Hank Garland, Joe Pass, Tal Farlow, Wes Montgomery, Howard Roberts, Jim Hall, and Pat Martino.