"An acoustic guitarist with a very pretty tone, Earl Klugh does not consider himself a jazz player and thinks of Chet Atkins as being his most important influence. Klugh played on a Yusef Lateef album when he was 15 and gained recognition in 1971 for his contributions to George Benson's White Rabbit record. He played regularly with Benson in 1973, was a member of Return to Forever briefly in 1974, and then in the mid-'70s, began recording as a leader. After a couple well-received solo albums on different Capitol imprints including Blue Note, Klugh hit pay dirt with 1979's One on One, a Grammy-winning collaboration with pianist Bob James." - AMG.
The record is NM-.
The jacket is NM- ( still in shrink)/
The LP plays Mint-.
Excellent detail and definition. Bass is deep and tight, midrange is clear and warm and high's aretransparent. Side 1 is excellent but Side 2 is outstanding! Instruments now have 'body' and depth to them. Bass is not only deep but now powerfull and detailed, the midrange comes alive with micro-detail - you can hear the resonance of the Guitar body and the sound of Klugh's fingers on the frets. High's take on a delicate definition and are more airy. The soundstage becomes wide and much deepter. Side 2 is a few levels higher and just outstanding to hear.
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