Looking for great jazz guitar recordings - any recommendations?


Hello All,

Here's the list I've put together so far, but I'm looking for more and better recordings...   I want good music AND great recordings of such...   I also use these as partial test tunes (streamed from Tidal in MQA) for evaluating sound quality.

Russ Freeman & the Rippingtons, the Album Topaz, Stories of the Painted Desert
Ron Cooley with Manheim Steamroller, the album Day Dreams
Michael Hedges, the album Aerial Boundaries (wow!)
Antoine Dufour,  the single Talk
Gordon Giltrap,  the album Fear of the Dark
Fourplay, the album Fourplay
Jenn Adams, the album Water, Blue Island (great recording)
Joe Bonamassa, the album Live from the Royal Albert Hall
John Williams, the album Guitar Transcriptions (I know this isn't jazz, but its so good)
Nils Lofgren, the album Acoustic Live, Keith Don't Go
Roger Shah and Sunlounger, A Balearic Dinner

What else should I add to my collection?   What moves you?



noodlyarm
tablejockey: you mentioned JIm Hall ... Concierto is my favorite and a classic!  (1975 CTI Records 6060SI .. great remaster by ORG!)
Steve Masakowski - For Joe & others on Blue Note
Mimi Fox - Standards Old & New
Paul Meyers - Dusk to Dawn, & I Let a Song Go...
Martin Taylor - Artistry, Portraits, Live in Pittsburgh ( Linn )
Jesse van Ruller- Live at Murphy’s Law
Howard Alden - My Shining Hour
Jimmy Raney - But Beautiful
Lage Lund - Idlewild
John Stowell / Ulf Bandgren - Throop

Eric Skye - "A Different Kind of Blue" (riff on Miles Davis's classic using an acoustic guitar)
https://www.amazon.com/Different-Kind-Blue-Eric-Skye/dp/B008DUQEJU

Bill Frisell - "Music Is".
I second some relaxing enjoyable older school guitar from the  The Great Guitars recordings and the individual members and Almeida. These 4 guys were in high demand as session guys and in Hollywood and we’ve all heard them without knowing it’s them. 
I’d like to also mention Chet Atkins as different but also very enjoyable picking. I have very many of his early records
Joe Pass with Errol Garner, Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess.

And Garner plays a CLAVICHORD. Its intimate sweet tone, and plucked strings, match far better to guitar than grand piano.

"Summertime" is sublime.

On Pablo. You can sample on youtube, with allowances for their SQ.