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Biography Carlton started learning to play guitar when he was six years old, student with Slim Edwards near his Torrance, California home. Taking an interest in jazz during high school, his playing style was more influenced by guitarists Joe Pass, Wes Montgomery, Barney Kessel and BB King. Saxophonist John Coltrane has also made a remarkable impression on Carlton and Carlton live albums have included reductions of Blue type seal of Miles Davis. Career During the 1970s and early 1980s, Carlton was a busy studio musician Los Angeles, then five hundred years records, including albums by Steely Dan, Joni Mitchell, Billy Joel, Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones, The Four Tops, The Partridge Family Charly García and modern hits. His guitar playing "Kid Charlemagne" by Steely Dan, the 1976 LP The Royal Scam has been listed as the guitar solo the third summit by Rolling Stone. From 1971 to 1976 has played with jazz-rock band The Crusaders. In 1977, he signed with Warner Bros. Records for a solo career. Although still little known outside his fan base, Carlton produced six albums from 1978 to 1984, during which his adaptation of Santo Farina "Sleepwalk" climbed the pop charts and Adult Contemporary and friends of LP 1983 was nominated for a Grammy. His solo career took a turn in 1985 when he signed with MCA Master Series for album of acoustic jazz. The result was Sola / But never alone, which was sparse but emotive arrangements, including a version of the prayer Lord. From 1985 to 1990 Carlton did various solo projects live Last Nite in 1986 as one of his best recordings and won another Grammy for his coverage McDonald / Abrams song "Minute by Minute" from the hit Discovery LP. In 1988, while working on his electric guitar LP On Solid Ground, which was published in 1989, Carlton was the victim of a random act of violence, shot in the throat outside Room 335, his private study in Southern California. The bullet shattered his vocal cord and caused significant nerve trauma. Carlton managed to recover so quickly and completely On Solid Ground for the end of the year. He continued his work with the electric guitar in 1991 when he began to record a blues album, but decided to delay the project to meet the demand for a range of trade-oriented jazz, which has resulted in Kid Gloves. The more raw materials in southern-blues infused Renegade Gentleman was finally released in 1993, Nashville harmonica legend Terry McMillan on various topics. From 1994 to 1997 participated Carlton several tours (notably with Toto guitarist Steve Lukather) and released an album (Larry and Lee) with similar Los Angeles-based guitarist Lee Ritenour, including JP Recalling a recent tribute to the late Joe Pass. Shortly after, in 1997, Ritenour was conducted in the jazz quartet successfully, Fourplay, even adopting a softer style of Wes Montgomery flavor similar to Ritenour's work. In 2000, Carlton continued his solo career with the fingerprints of polishing, which, in its proven strengths continuous growth as a composer and downplayed his blues-roots jazz chords and octaves. His career received a boost considerably the following year when his live performance with Toto guitarist Steve Lukather No Substitutions: Live in Osaka, won his third Grammy. work Carlton latest development includes guest-dependent Deep Into It, the aggressive jazz-blues-cut blue sapphire, and Firewire. In early 2007, Carlton has released two CDs. A recording live together with blues guitarist Robben Ford Live in Tokyo, and the album Jazz King. The Jazz King album is the result of a composition Carlton wrote for HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej Thailand. The Jazz King project was initiated to celebrate the 60th anniversary of accession to the throne King Bhumibol and his 80 years in 2007. Carlton was commissioned to write this composition by the Royal Project Foundation and Rotary Club of Bangkok. These compositions have been published on CD only in Thailand, net income the CD will be used to support Aboriginal children hill tribes of Thailand. Carlton compositions Jazz King project resulted in a concert. In this action feature more specific to Carlton, other notable jazz musicians. The concert took place on January 28, 2007 at the BEC Tero Hall, "the Suan Lum Night Bazaar, Bangkok. In July, August and September 2009, Steely Dan has joined Carlton as a guitarist invited for six selected dates in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago for the band of "Rent. Party '09" tour Gear Gibson produces a signature Larry Carlton Carlton model based on its own Gibson ES 1968-335, hence its nickname. 335 M. His other guitars are a 1951 Fender Telecaster icon rabble. He also played the Gibson Les Paul. Today, Carlton plays Dumble amplifiers. During the decade of 1970, often uses a MXR Distortion + MXR Dynacomp compressor, Echoplex tape delay and a Fender Princeton Reverb amp. Carlton also played Valley Arts Guitars for many years, arts Valley of 1990 produced a signed, limited edition Larry Carlton guitar, a solid body instrument that was a sort of hybrid between a Les Paul Fender Telecaster and. Valley Arts is now part of the Gibson family. He also uses D'Addario strings. Carlton life is married to artist Christian Contemporary Music Pilar Miguel since 1987. He is also the uncle of singer, songwriter Vanessa Carlton. Discography Albums With a Little Help Singing Kingdom 1968 / Larry Carlton Blue Thumb Records 1973 Play 1977 Warner Bros. Mr. 335 Live in Japan 1979 Warner Bros. Records (Japan) Strikes Twice Sleepwalk 1979 Warner Bros. Records Warner Bros. Records from 1981 to 1983 Eight Times Warner Bros. Records 1983 Friends 1986 MCA MCA Last Nite Alone / But Never Alone 1986 MCA Ground Discovery 1986 MCA from 1989 to 1990 Solid Collection Renegade Knight MCA GRP GRP Gloves 1991 Child Larry Lee 1992 GRP and GRP Christmas 1995 My House 1995 MCA's Gift Collection Vol February 1996 GRP 1997 GRP 2000 Warner Bros. Records fingerprints No. 2001 substitutions Nation most favored in deeper Warner Bros. Records 2001 Sapphire Blue 2003 JVC Music: Larry Carlton Firewire 2005 GRP 2006 RCA Victor Robben Ford Larry Carlton Live Tokyo in 2007 335 cases of movie soundtracks Against All Odds 1984 Virgin Records (with Michel Colombier) Video Star Licks Larry Carlton Live 1987 by Star Licks Larry Carlton Larry Carlton 1989 Larry Carlton 1992 Vol.2 Live at the Festival International de Jazz de Montreal 1997 DVD Banda Carlton Lukather – The Paris Concert 2001 appears in the Festival of the Guitar Eric Clapton Crossroads 2004 References External links Allmusic Larry Carlton Larry Carlton Larry Carlton Guitar Tabs, Larry Carlton live performances pictures jazz fusion guitarists | | Blues musicians United States | American jazz guitarists Crossover jazz guitarists | Contemporary Guitar: Category: Jazz | Smooth jazz guitarists | American session musicians | Grammy Award winners | Steely Dan members | People from Torrance, California | 1948 births | Living People | GRP Records artistsHidden categories: BLPS without references from May 2008 | All referenced BLPS | Wikipedia articles need copy editing from July 2009 | All articles needing copy edit
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