Paris Concert is a live solo piano album by American pianist Keith Jarrett, and released by ECM Records. It was recorded on October 17, 1988 at the Salle Pleyel in Paris, in front of a live audience. The first track on the album is simply entitled "October 17, 1988", named after the day of the concert.
Written-By – Bill Keith. Banjo – Bill Keith (tracks: A1 to B6). Bass – Dick Kniss (tracks: B1, B3, B6), Ron Carter (tracks: A1 to A6, B2, B4), Roy Huskey Jr. Fiddle – Buddy Spicher (tracks: B5), Kenny Kosek (tracks: A1 to A6, B2, B4), Larry Packer (2) (tracks: B1, B3, B6). Guitar – Bobby Farris (tracks: B1, B3, B6), Jim Rooney (tracks: A1 to A6, B2, B4, B5), Jim Rooney (tracks: B5), Mark Howard (7), Pat Alger (tracks: B5), Russ Barenberg (tracks: A1 to A6, B2, B4). Guitar, Vocals – Eric Weissberg (tracks: A1 to A6, B2, B4). Mandolin – Bill Kenner.
25899 jam sessions, chords: Deep Purple - Smoke on the Water. 31830 jam sessions, chords: Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That). 9360 jam sessions, chords: Jimi Hendrix - Wild Thing. 9033 jam sessions, chords: Led Zeppelin - Immigrant Song (Live Video). 12555 jam sessions, chords: From our blog: How to play the D chord?
Banjo 4. Seldom Scene Live at the Cellar Door 5. Country Gentlemen Award Winning 6. Lonesome River Band Carrying the Tradition 7. Bluegrass Album Band Vol. 1 8. Bluegrass Album Band California Connection 9. Ralph Stanley & Clinch Mt. Boys Cry From The Cross 10. Blue Highway Marbletown. I'd also have to say Doug Dillard's Banjo Album is up there for me, I love his verdion of Clinch Mnt Backstep. Here Today - Herb Pederson Muleskinner - Bill Keith (in a band setting) Hot Rize - So Long of a Journey Bill Emerson - Home of the Red Fox Bela Fleck - Tales From the Acoustic Planet Vol 2 (that one is more bluegrass than the first one) Johnson Mountain Boys - Live From the Birchmere (I'm a sucker for live albums). Ones that have been mentioned but deserve mentioning again.
Master of bluegrass banjo who brought complex fiddle tunes into the repertoire. Bill Keith, who has died aged 75, was a banjo player whose influence on bluegrass music in the 1960s and 70s was second only to that of the original bluegrass banjoist, Earl Scruggs. In particular his expansion of banjo technique to incorporate the playing of complex fiddle tunes inspired a generation of musicians to extend both their own skills and the scope of the bluegrass repertoire. His influence on the next generation was signalled by the 1981 album Fiddle Tunes for Banjo, on which he was joined by the younger banjoists Tony Trischka and Béla Fleck. Keith was not only a great player, said his old friend Rooney, but a great teacher and mentor to young players.
Bill Keith (musician), William Bradford Bill Keith December 20, 1939 – October 23, 2015 was a five-string banjoist who made a significant contribution to the stylisti. 1975–1976 Bill Keith & Jim Rooney, in Banjo Paris Session vol 1 Pony/Musigrass; Cezame CEZ 1005 & vol 2 Cezame CEZ 1022. 1976 The David Grisman Rounder Record 1976 reed CD 0069, 1986 feat Tony Rice. 1985 Peter Rowan The First Whippoorwill, Sugar Hill, reed CD 1990 SHCD 3749.