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7 thoughts on “ A Clue - Jimmy Ponder - Jimmy Ponder (CD, Album)

  1. On this album, Ponder shows he is equally facile with romantic, soulful material, like "You Are too Beautiful," where he is backed by ace pianist Benny Green, and on the Duke Ellington classic "Solitude," where Big John Patton's organ and Bill Saxton's flute take the lead.
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  3. The entire album was issued on the now out-of-print LRC CD titled JIMMY PONDER, with three added titles originally featured on Ponder’s next – and last – Lester production, PONDER’N. Overall, though, ALL THINGS BEAUTIFUL is one of the most memorable of all of Jimmy Ponder’s recordings.
  4. Producer Lance Goler calls Jimmy Ponder one of "a handful of players who can hold a torch to Wes." Some would laugh, but there are a number of parallels. Jimmy plays with his thumb, and, like Wes, spent a lot of time playing guitar- organ "bar music".
  5. For me as a devoted Ponder fan I must admitt that this one might be the very best of Ponder ever caught on record. I thought before that his solo album from was his very best but I think that this solo recording from surpasses everything I heard mepermideceromahoftacepcauwron.coinfo have to be gratefulo of this reissue/5(4).
  6. Oct 27,  · Incidentally, Jimmy Ponder is the leader on this album, not Don Braden. These tracks have been geared to revolve the most around the Ponder guitar work, not Don Braden on saxophone. Had Ponder chosen to take the quintet pathway as leader, that would have been his prerogative; yet "Ain't Misbehavin'" just ain't like that/5(4).
  7. Oct 28,  · Jimmy Ponder who was born May 10, at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, began playing guitar at the age of fourteen years old. It was said he was .

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