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Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Solotude - Ron Affif on AllMusic - - For 13 tracks (ten standards and three. Product description. Solotude. Past recordings have often found guitarist Ron Affif leaning more toward the athletic side of his playing than the lyrical. On this solo effort, he exhibits an unexpected and welcome reflective and sensitive side. With much of his prodigious technique taken up supplying. Ronaldo Antunacci Charles Affif (December 30, ), known professionally as Ron Affif, is an American jazz guitarist of Lebanese and Italian origin. He is the son of boxer Charley Zivic, who was a jazz fan and encouraged his son. Contents . [hide]. 1 Career; 2 Discography. As leader; As sideman. 3 References; 4 .
23 Sep Ron Affif. I haven't heard much of him in a while. I really liked his work with Dave Pike in the s. Very much like Kenny Burrell. Jul ; Location: N. Ireland; Posts: Does a great version of Dolphin Dance on Solitude - whole album of solo guitar. I think I downloaded this from eMusic. Norman. 27 Oct Michael's Karrtet™ features a rotation of top musicians including Ron Affif, Victor Jones, John Benitez, Randy Johnston, Alex Blake and Essiet O. Essiet. As a bandleader . Mellah Nix: A lot of Solitude, and who wants to be a clone I am not a slave to others ideas opinions or ways of being! I also want to say. Highly recommended” –Review of the Solitude CD by Michael G. Nastos Allmusic. Ron Affif was born on December 30, in Pittsburgh and where he grew up in the Banksville section of the city, He was born into a jazz family. His mother Marlene is the sister of renowned jazz guitarist Ron Anthony. His father's younger.
At the age of 33, guitarist Ron Affif has gained a reputation for his personal approach to jazz, playing with a muscular realism as he looks for new expression in tunes from the Great American Songbook on his fifth Pablo release, Solotude. It is his first completely solo recording, just Ron playing his archtop Buscarino electric. 6 Mar Billie Holiday's first recordings for Norman Granz' Clef Records present a vocalist truly at the top of her craft, although she would begin a rapid decline soon thereafter. This recording (originally issued as a 10" LP, Billie Holiday Sings ) places Holiday in front of small piano and tenor saxophone-led.