Three Concerts with Eric Gale

Legendary Jazz and R&B guitarist, Eric Gale, who died today twenty four years ago has been from the sixties on, a “top session musician”.

Very much in demand, Gale has played on numerous albums and behind the greatest (you want to verify ? click on http://go.rvm.pm/ericgale).

The ‘Three Concerts with Eric Gale‘ are with Paul Simon, Grover Washington Jr. and Fusion Super Jam plus a short interview in Holland. Enjoy!

Track Listing : 1.Paul Simon – The Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, Pa On October 7, 1980 : . Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard – Still Crazy After All These Years – Ace In The Hole – Something So Right – One-Trick Pony – Jonah – 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover – Late In The Evening – American Tune – Loves Me Like A Rock – The Boxer – The Sound Of Silence . 2.Grover Washington Jr. – The Schubert Theatre In Philadelphia, Pa. On June 27, 1981 : Winelight – Let It Flow (For Dr. J) – On The Dark Side (No. 5) – Make Me A Memory (Sad Samba) – Just The Two Of Us – Mister Magic . 3.Fusion Super Jam – Aurex Jazz Festival At Budokan, Tokyo On September 3, 1981 : Fancy Frogs – You’Re My Every Need – All I Do – What Would You Do – Just Like Being Born – Hot Fire

Musicians : Eric Gale – Guitar On (1- 2 – 3) . Richard Tee – Keyboards On (1- 2 – 3) . Paul Simon – Guitar, Vocals On (1) . Tony Levin – Bass On (1) . Steve Gadd – Drums On (1) . George Young – Horn On (1) . Howard Johnson – Horn On (1) . J.D. Parran – Horn On (1) . Ron Tooley – Horn On (1) . Peter Levin – Synthesizer On (1) . Grover Washington, Jr. – Saxophones On (2) . Steve Gadd – Drums On (2) . Ralph Mcdonald – Percussion On (2) . Anthony Jackson – Bass On (2) . Paul Griffin – Synthesizer On (2) . Zack Sanders – Vocal On (2) . Leon “Ndugu” Chancler – Drums On (3) . Tony Dumas – Bass On (3) . Larry Coryell – Guitars On (3) . Hubert Laws – Flutes On (3) . Dave Liebman – Saxophone – On (3) . Eloise Laws – Vocals On (3)

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Wikipedia
Gale plays a supporting role in the 1980 film One-Trick Pony, written by and starring Simon […]

The New York Times
Over the course of his 30-year career, he released many solo albums and remained a regular fixture in New York clubs and recording studios. […]