Charlie Hunter

Jackson, Blair
February 2010
Mix;Feb2010, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p36
The article features Charlie Hunter, jazz guitarist and his new album "Gentlemen, I Neglected to Inform You You Will Not be Getting Paid." Hunter mentions that the way he incline to play music is more vertically improvised and more on the rhythms. Moreover, he expounds that he always like mono and most of the records he listens are mono.


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