- Performer:Gene Bertoncini
- Title:The Good Stuff: A Tribute to Charlie Byrd
- Date of release:January 31, 2003
- Size FLAC version1436 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1228 megabytes
- Size WMA version1614 megabytes
- Formats:ASF MOD DXD MIDI APE DMF
Bertoncini, G. Bertoncini, Gene Berloncini, Gene Bertencini, Gene Bertomcinni, Gene Bertonici, Gene Burtoncini. Various Featuring Gene Bertoncini - The Good Stuff - A Tribute To Charlie Byrd (CD, Album).
Gene Bertoncini is one of the pre-eminent jazz guitarists active today. His fluid technique have won him international praise and such accolades as the "Segovia of jazz". An eloquent and versatile improviser, has been heard with an extraordinary range of jazz greats, including performances and recordings with Benny Goodman, Buddy Rich, Wayne Shorter, Hubert Laws and Paul Desmond, among others, as well as with such distinguished vocalists as Tony Bennett, Carmen McRae and Lena Horne, Vic Damone and Edye Gorme.
On A Tribute to Charlie Byrd electric guitarist Royce Campbell, acoustic guitarist Gene Bertoncini, bassist Keter Betts, and drummer Chuck Redd pay regards by following in the master's footsteps. The small group setting along with selections by Duke Ellington, Frank Foster, and Antonio Carlos Jobim would have been to Byrd 's liking. Byrd fans, along with anyone who loves good jazz guitar, will find many things to like about A Tribute to Charlie Byrd.
Gene Bertoncini began playing guitar at age seven and by age sixteen was appearing on television Early in life, Bertoncini had lessons with Johnny Smith. Bertoncini employs a nylon-string with fingerstyle technique akin to that of a classical player, while Wilkins uses a traditional archtop electric and essentially is a pick specialist. 2002 Meeting of the Grooves with Frank Vignola (Azica). 2003 The Good Stuff A Tribute to Charlie Byrd (Noteworthy). 2003 Acoustic Romance with Akira Tana and Rufus Reid (Sons of Sound). 2005 Quiet Now (Ambient).
Gene J. Bertoncini (born 6 April 1937) is an American jazz guitarist. Bertoncini was born in New York City, where he was raised in a musical family. His father, Mario Bertoncini (1901–1978), played guitar and harmonica. Gene Bertoncini began playing guitar at age seven and by age sixteen was appearing on television. He graduated from high school and attended the University of Notre Dame, where, in 1959, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering.
Campbell’s professional connection to Byrd originated in 1998, when the two men and Gene Bertoncini (another DC name) collaborated for a tribute to another six string master, Joe Pass. When asked by Jardis to do the tribute album, Campbell thought it fitting that Bertoncini be on the project.
GENE BERTONCINI is a latin jazz, bossa nova cool jazz music artist. Good Stuff-A Tribute to Charlie Byrd by Gene Bertoncini & Others. Roger Kellaway Meets The Duo Gene Bertoncini Michael Moore. Meeting of the Grooves by Gene Bertoncini (CD, Feb-2007, Azica Records) USED CD.
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CreditsGene Bertoncini - Primary Artist
|1||One Note Samba||Gene Bertoncini||5:38|
|2||Jazz 'N' Samba||Gene Bertoncini||4:14|
|3||Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars||Gene Bertoncini||7:06|
|4||Lil' Darlin'||Gene Bertoncini||6:14|
|5||Jitterbug Waltz||Gene Bertoncini||6:15|
|6||I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues||Gene Bertoncini||5:05|
|7||Night and Day||Gene Bertoncini||5:16|
|10||Bbards Blues||Gene Bertoncini||8:06|
|11||How Insensitive||Gene Bertoncini||7:22|