transcriptions

Diana Krall – 4 guitar solos from “Turn Up The Quiet”

Like Someone in Love – Russell Malone

Blues Skies – Russell Malone

L-O-V-E – Anthony Wilson

I’ll See You In My Dreams – Marc Ribot

Black Matter – Zane Carney

Cry To Laugh – Blake Mills guitar part influenced by Randy Newman piano playing

Silence Is Sincerity – Blake Mills solo piece

Planet D’Rhonda – Donald Fagen, solo by Kurt Rosenwinkel

Blue Drag – solo by Marc Ribot from Allen Toussaint’s album “Bright Mississippi”

Passion Dance – solo by Marc Ribot from McCoy Tyner’s album “Guitars”

Holding On To Nothing – solo by Wynton Marsalis on David Crosby’s song

Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood – solo by Marvin Sewell on Kellylee Evans album tribute to Nina Simone

Wouldn’t That Be Loverly – solo by Marvin Sewell with Cassandra Wilson

Cheri Akimi Ngai – congolese rumba by Smokey Hormel

Dile a Catalina – Arsenio Rodriguez (1946)

Keep the Bar Open – solo by Buddy Miller with Valerie June

Girls can play – a tribute to Mary Osborne

Gardens – solo piece by Julian Lage from his album “World’s Fair”

 233 Butler – solo version of Julian Lage tune

Ryland – solo piece by Julian Lage from his album “World’s Fair”

Lullaby – solo piece by Julian Lage from his album “World’s Fair”

Kafiristan – solo by Julian Lage on Jesse Harris’ album “No Wrong No Right” (composition by John Zorn)

La Belle Dame Sans Regrets – solo by Kenny Kirkland

 Jimmy Bryant transcriptions

Monkey Bars – Guthrie Trapp

Flashes – Bix Biederbecke played by Ry Cooder

Classic RnB guitar by T-Bone Walker, Cornell Dupree, etc …

Frida – Michael Landau

I’m All Right – solo by Dean Parks on Madeleine Peyroux’ album “Half the Perfect World”

Dance Me to the End Of Love – solo by Larry Goldings on Madeleine Peyroux’ album “Careless Love”

Come Away with Me –  solo by Adam Levy from Norah Jones’ song

Let’s Dance – the real chords played by Nile Rodgers

The Sweet Magnolia Tree – solo by Doug Wamble

Sweet Child Of Mine – solo by Doug Wamble

Woodstock – solo by Robben Ford on Joni Mitchell’s song

 

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2 comments

  1. Hi aliocha. I just saw your great performance of prince song. Sometimes it snows in april. Beautiful!!!!
    Is there a chance to get the score of your playing!?
    Greetings from berlin
    Frank

    1. hi Frank, thanx for your kind words, I don’t write down any my own arrangements as it’s half improvised most of the time, so I don’t spend time transcribing myself afterwards 🙂

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