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    Hmm....I will start off:

    Wes: Round Midnight.
    Jim Hall: My Funny Valentine..

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    Anouman by Django!

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    I Hear A Rhapshody : Jim Hall and Bill Evans (duo album "Undercurrent")

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    John Abercrombie - Timeless

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    Beautiful Love

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    rene thomas - ruby my dear
    dick garcia - like someone in love
    george benson - whats new

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    Idle Moments - Grant Green

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    Peter Bernstein; Monk's Mood and Ruby My Dear
    Tal Farlow; I Hear A Rhapsody and Have you Met Miss Jones (not quite a ballad but too good to not include)
    Ted Greene; Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas
    Jim Hall; Darn That Dream (w/Bill Evans)
    Tommy/

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    Pat Martino's version of Sunny

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    Jim Hall- All Across the City
    Jim Hall & Bill Evans: Romain

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    Not solo, but a classic:
    Johnny Smith: Moonlight in Vermont.
    Brad

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    Quote Originally Posted by robby27
    Pat Martino's version of Sunny
    You would call that a BALLAD? Pat Martino: Blue in Green is one though.

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    George Barnes - "My One and Only Love"

    Dave

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    i love the way jimmy raney does "someone to watch over me"

    does it gotta be guitar? my favorite ballads are all chet baker and paul desmond tracks...

    and of course, i think "flamenco sketches" qualifies, even if there's no lyric being interpreted...

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    The Ballad of John and Yoko

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    A very quick chord melody of "Autumn Leaves" by Tal Farlow, from 1955's "The Interpretations Of Tal Farlow". It's just under two minutes. One of my favorites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vihar
    The Ballad of John and Yoko
    I love that tune! And most every other Beatles tune.

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    Barney Kesell backing Julie London. Doesn't get a lot better than this, if you ask me.

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    One of my favorite tunes

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    I like this one too

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    Inspired by Reg Schwager's rendition of Glad There's You and Sophisticated Lady by J. Pass

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    J’aime beaucoup votre jeu de guitare!
    Emil P
    Ottignies

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    How do you define a ballad? Is it about tempo, a certain way the chords move, a minor key, or just about the feel of the tune?
    Last edited by Flat; 10-28-2021 at 04:01 PM.