James Stanley Hall (December 4, 1930 – December 10, 2013) was an American jazz guitarist, composer and arranger. Premier Guitar magazine stated that "It could be argued that the jazz guitar tree is rooted in four names: Django, Charlie, Wes, and Jim ". Born in Buffalo, New York, before moving to Cleveland, Ohio, Hall was from a musical family, his mother played the piano, his grandfather violin, and his uncle guitar
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Lee Schaefer, Jim Hall - A Girl And A Guitar (Album). United Artists Records. Bob Brookmeyer, Jim Hall, Jimmy Raney. Lambert, Hendricks & Ross With Zoot Sims, Russ Freeman, Freddie Green, Jim Hall, Ed Jones (4) & Sonny Payne - The Swingers (LP, Album). Jim Hall, Red Mitchell, Red Kelly.
Jazz Guitar is the debut album by jazz guitarist Jim Hall recorded in early 1957 for the Pacific Jazz label. The music sticks to familiar standards from the swing era and is often low key, much like the man himself". Carl Perkins – piano. Red Mitchell – double bass.
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Jim Hall was an American jazz guitarist, composer, and arranger. His discography consists of 39 studio albums, 10 live albums, 1 EP, 1 single, 10 videos, and 22 compilations, all released between 1957 and 2016. In addition, he was a sideman on numerous albums by other artists. 1958: A Girl & a Guitar (United Artists) with Lee Schaefer. 1960: Jazz Abstractions (Atlantic) with Gunther Schuller. 1963: Undercurrent (United Artists) with Bill Evans.
Jim Hall, who was classically trained, took jazz guitar in another direction, while others, like Pat Martino, helped refine the style. Then along came Wes Montgomery, whose debut Riverside album, The Wes Montgomery Trio, released in 1959, signalled a new dawn for jazz guitar. Every jazz guitarist who followed has been inspired and influenced by Montgomery, who died at just 45 years old, in 1968. Yet at the same time the acoustic guitar remained the instrument of choice for some, including Joe Pass, Al Di Meola, Earl Klugh, Ralph Towner and, a little later still, the British group Acoustic Alchemy. The influence of South American rhythms on jazz in the early 60s helped to broaden the appeal of the genre. The Stan Getz and João Gilberto collaboration Getz/Gilberto, was a groundbreaking album, as was the earlier Jazz Samba, a Getz collaboration with Charlie Byrd.