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    I'd love to collect a list of the guitarists who have recorded the standard "Like Someone In Love."

    Can you help?

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    Kenny Burrell, for one.


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    Rene Thomas, for another.


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    Doug Raney
    Mike stern

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    Lawson knows this but others may not: Jimmy Raney doing it live.


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    55bar mentioned Mike Stern's version---hadn't heard that one in a long time.


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    I guess I'm really impressed at how many jazz guitarists have NOT recorded this song. Wes Montgomery? Joe Pass? Jim Hall? Grant Green?

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    The Venerable Tal:


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    Tal Farlow on The Swinging Guitar of Tal Farlow


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jehu
    The Venerable Tal:
    Bonus points that he does it in Eb!

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    Martin Taylor:


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    Doug Raney did a version on 'Introducing Doug Raney'.

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    See post 4

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    So here's Jim Hall with Paul Desmond (and strings)


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    Promise you will eventually recognise it...

    SICK!

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    Kessel cut it on the album "Soaring". You'll find it on this (nearly) full album clip at 15m 35s




    Herb Ellis included it on the album "Softly,... But With That Feeling" Great version, Vic Feldman on vibes



    Johnny Smith...



    the list continues....

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    Dick Garcia,(with Bill Evans). Class !


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    Here's Chuck Loeb's solo version from 2007


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    These are all really great. I'm compiling the audio into a playlist so I can immerse myself in how guitarists handle this tune.

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    I found also that Peter Leitch does the song on his album "Mean What You Say" but I can't find it available for purchase and download anywhere. So far haven't found his performance of this tune on YouTube either.

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    It's a great tune. Here's my take, with the "Bill Evans" key change from Ab-D. This version is from "The Guitar Show" from a New York area cable channel, I also recorded it on a duo CD will bassist Kelly Sill, Peace(Blujazz). Best wishes for exploring this tune!



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    Ron Eschete recorded a solo version on "A Closer Look". Here's a performance with his trio:


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    I may be a little prejudiced because Louis Stewart is Irish but I think a version recorded by him would be worth listening to. Unfortunately, while he record it twice, at least, I don't have either recording and can't find a link. He recorded it in 2007 with the Frank Harrison Trio on a very small label 'Desert Island Jazz'. He also recorded it in 1990 with another guitarist called Heiner Franz who I hadn't heard of before. It seems he was a German guitarist and luthier and made an archtop which he presented to Louis. Again, I can't find a link. Having found that out, I'll see about locating both and keep you posted.

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    That Ron Eschete performance was solid. What a pretty intro.

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