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Zorshelter

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I watched a few Craig Wagner's videos and he's really really great, as is Kenny Poole, thank you for the links!!
Slidesorcerer

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Are Kenny's recordings still in print?
theodoregeisel

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For some reason the link will not work but they are listed on Amazon.

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Kenny is one of my favorite solo players.  He had it all.
He has been discussed in this Forum here:
http://forums.tedgreene.com/post?id=1197435&trail=30

Scroll down to post #26 onwards.  There are some links for his recordings.
I highly recommend his last recorded concert, "Deep End of the Poole" made at the Ohio Fingerstyle Guitar Club.
If you can't get a copy of it from the OFGC, then send me a PM offline.
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Please check out Esmond Selwyn - He is a HUGE van eps fan and studied with him when he came to London in the 80's. Taught me a thing or two as well ...
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Wow, very nice arrangement of "Moonlight in Vermont"!  And fantastic playing!  Thanks for turning me on to this guy!

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I remember Esmond Selwyn from his column in U.K. mag Guitarist in the 80's, he had a nice way of organizing chords that I think Ted would have appreciated. Another great U.K. player that also had a jazz guitar column in that magazine was Adrian Ingram. Here's a nice bit of Adrian doing God Bless The Child...
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