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Top 10 Guitar Solos by Ted Dunbar

Note: stay tuned over the coming months each of these “plain” lists is replaced with a full blog post with commentary on the items on the list (and, in some cases, the items that didn’t make the cut).

  1. “A Nice, Clean Machine for Pedro” from Blues in Five Dimensions by Mickey Tucker
  2. “Summertime” from Svengali by Gil Evans
  3. “There Comes a Time” from Ego by Tony Williams Lifetime
  4. “The Lamp is Low” from Genius of the B-3 by Don Patterson
  5. “Blue Monk” from Peruvian Blue by Kenny Barron
  6. “You Say You Saw What?” from Secundem Artem by Ted Dunbar
  7. “The Loud Minority” from The Loud Minority by Frank Foster
  8. “I Thought About You” from Vivian by J.J. Johnson
  9. “Sugar” from Music for Violin and Jazz Quartet by Michael Urbaniak
  10. “Pennies From Heaven” from As Time Goes By by Suzannah McCorkle

Honorable Mention: “I Love This Life” from Uptown Groove by Zachary Breaux. This “tune” is basically an interview with Ted in which he reflects poignantly on some of his notable musical experiences.

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