Tony Remy Blue Vibe - Jammin At The 12 Bar Club (1998)

Tony Remy Blue Vibe - Jammin At The 12 Bar Club (1998)

  • Genre: Jazz, Blues
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Artist: Tony Remy Blue Vibe
Title Of Album: Jammin At The 12 Bar Club
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: Alltone Records
Genre: Blues / Jazz
Format: MP3
Bitrate: CBR 192 kbps
Tracks: 7
Total Time: 01:16:32
Total Size: 105 MB
1. King Binks Slam [08:24]
2. Back Seat Betty/Wheel-Up [12:23]
3. On The Bench [10:14]
4. One Of These Days [10:03]
5. Ah Definitely [11:21]
6. Jazz Money [13:35]
7. Killa In Soho [10:29]
TONY REMY is one of the world's most exciting guitar players of any genre. His hard-edged rhythmically driven approach is enriched with jazz intuition and bluesy soul. Live on stage, his relentless invention and incredible raw energy can set the crowd on fire. The reputation he has gained within the jazz community worldwide is fast making a legend out of this North London musician.
Tony started his professional music career in 1986, although he was on the Jazz scene earlier. He recalls: "I had a band called "Cube 60" in '84 with Winston Clifford, Joe Bashorun and Nick Cohen. We were crazy about Miles Davis, Weather Report, Steps, The Brecker Brothers, so we were writing and playing that stuff. I also had a rock band called "Secretary Bailey". Then in '85, "Cube 60" developed into "Desperately Seeking Fusion" with Frank Tontoh, Jason Rebello and Julian Crampton. That was really my first outing as bandleader".
Tony released his first solo album "BOOF" in 1993 on the American Jazz/fusion label GRP. Tony's second album "METAMORFOLLOW-G" was released on Alltone Records in 1997. Tony's playing draws on many different guitar styles. Guitarists like John Scofield, Hiram Bullock, Mike Stern, George Benson, Jimi Hendrix and BB King have all contributed in shaping Tony Remy's style.
Tony Remy's incredibly muscular trio Blue Vibe recorded live in London's tiny 12 Bar Club during 1998. This CD features 75 minutes of new material and captures Tony at his most devastating, with superb contributions from the band and guests. Not for the feint hearted. Chris Parker of 'The Times' describes it well. "blisteringly eloquent 12-bar blues, fierce punchy funk".

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