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“Slam” is a fun blues by Jim Hall.  On his live record Grand Slam each band member takes a turn ad libbing over the gaps while the others hold down the melody.  25 more words


50 Years After Stunning Victory, Iconic Chaparral 2 Returns

50 Years After Stunning Victory, Iconic Chaparral 2

Returns To Mobil 1 Twelve Hours Of Sebring


Jim Hall and Innes Ireland, Monaco 1963...

Jim Hall and Innes Ireland chewing the fat, no doubt swapping notes on the setup of their British Racing Partnership Lotus 24 BRM’s…

The Texan took a sabbatical from his growing Chaparral Sports Car program program at home to sharpen his skills in Grand Prix racing, fortunately for motor racing innovation he decided to focus more on the engineering aspects of his programs than his driving, having said that he was a driver of absolute world class, perhaps losing his ultimate edge after his big CanAm shunt late in 1968. 187 more words


Bill Evans / Jim Hall - Stairway to the Stars (1962)

Bonustrack on the CD reissue of the album Undercurrent by Bill Evans and Jim Hall.

Bill Evans – piano / Jim Hall – guitar

New Jazz United

Real Book Rant: Transcribe some changes from a classic recording!

Usually when one thinks about transcribing, you mostly think about transcribing an improvised solo. Solos are important to transcribe for all the obvious reasons. However, it is also a good idea to get into transcribing other aspects of playing such as: melody, harmony, rhythm, voicings, intros, endings, etc. 542 more words

Art Farmer - My Kinda Love (1963)

Art Farmer  – flugelhorn / Jim Hall – guitar / Steve Swallow – bass / Walter Perkins – drums

NYC, July 25, 1963

New Jazz United

(Nov. 4, 2014): Jim Hall and Bill Frisell - Family

From the 2008 double album, Hemispheres.  This is off disc one, which was recorded and mixed by Tony Scherr at his house.  The entire project was part of an… 139 more words