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Kurt Rosenwinkel (born October 28, 1970) is a jazz guitarist who came to prominence in the 1990s. His improvising style was initially influenced by guitarists such as Pat Metheny and John Scofield, but has emerged as an individual stylist whose lines are lengthy and linear, recalling the styles of Lennie Tristano in the 1940s and 50s. His chordal language is amongst the more advanced for a guitarist, touching on ideas from…

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  • Oh, so nice.
  • I have a song that is attributed to Kurt, called Binah. It's from a sampler of artists that use M-Audio equipment. After reading his bio, I have my doubts that it should be attributed to him, as the instrument that is front-center the entire song is a saxophone. The guitar can be heard, but it never comes forward. It's a good song, though, and I wish I knew who it really is.
  • thanks to the guy of the reverend shine snake oil company who advised to listen to his music.
  • Just heard this guy for the first time tonight when my Dad came home with the 2013 Crossroads DVD. His playing left me floored.
  • Excelente novo álbum: Star of Jupiter.
  • no but he is a great drug dealer
  • Of course a junkie can play like that! Miles Davis, Bill Evans, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane... they were all heroin addicts and created some of the greatest jazz ever. I'm genuinely curious: is he a junkie?
  • c1k3: go listen to him and figure if a junkie can play like that
  • Is he a junkie? Certainly looks like one.
  • www.drumandvoice.com

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