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by Geno Thackara
In among the more usual full-length offerings (arguably one ideal standard for collections of music), it's also good not to overlook the appeal of servings in smaller sizes... Larry Tamanini Front & Center Outer Marker2020 Somewhere at the intersection of urbane contemporary and old-time retro lies a sweet spot where the feel of jazzy cool becomes timeless. Larry Tamanini happily walks that line through this delightful short trip, gliding over the fretboard with ...read more
by Chris M. Slawecki
jny: Philadelphia leaves such deep and wide fingerprints on guitarist Larry Tamanini's Front and Center that he could list the city in its credits. Tamanini emerged on the Philadelphia jazz scene in the late 1990s, studying privately under Philly jazz guitar legends Dennis Sandole and Pat Martino, whose cerebral yet soulful sound sometimes echoes through Tamanini's own tones. He discovered more public education at Philadelphia's renowned Ortleib's Jazz Club, on the bandstand with Sid Simmons, Mickey Roker and ...read more
by Larry Tamanini
Meet Larry Tamanini:Larry Tamanini is a professional musician with lots of experience in various high-level musical settings. Instrument: Guitar. Teachers and/or influences? My primary teachers for learning guitar have been Pat Martino, Dennis Sandole and Tom Giacabetti. Like most musicians, I have many influences. My big four on guitar are Grant Green, Wes Montgomery, Pat Martino and Kenny Burrell. Some other instrumentalists that I cannot leave off this list are Dexter Gordon, Lee Morgan, Horace Silver, ...read more