It's pleasure to know about you.
I've worked with thousands of great players.
I have 195 iTunes songs on 20 different records out there and 350 videos. All kinds of jazz, world, latin jazz, pop and ambient music that I would like to share with the world. In our modern times Cd's are getting like 8 track tapes. A thing of the past.
I can send you mp3's
Videos (take a look)
Are you interested?

Thank you
Barry Wedgle

In Your Dreams
Latin in English

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composition-Asako by Barry Wedgle lyrics-Susan Wedgle Juls Dela Pena-vocals Shigeo Sugiyama-guitars & bass Bob Mocarsky-piano & strings Zeke Martin-drum

Bossa Nova
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5/20/2013 4:13:57 PM

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Barry Wedgle wasn't born with a guitar in his hands, but he soon made up for that lapse by the time he was 12, he was leading his own band & playing around his hometown, Denver, Colorado. Like many players who grew-up in the sixties & later moved into jazz, Barry was greatly influenced by Jimi Hendrix. But between Jimi & jazz, Barry listened to and mastered many different styles to be categorized. For example, his flamenco playing was good enough to tour extensively in Spain, Mexico, Central & South America. for people who know the real deal.
When he first hit New York he spent considerable time jamming and running around the city with another player, Pat Metheny. He returned to Denver to record his first album, Kake, featuring Collin Walcott, Paul McCandless & Jay Clayton. When other artists heard him they remembered the frizzy haired, out going guitarist. Harry Belafonte flew him to Toronto for a concert. Allen Ginsberg asked him to accompany readings. Taj Mahal invited him on stage at New Morning, in Paris. He recorded at Mount Fuji with the popular Japanese Rolling Club Band.
Wedgles real love has remained jazz, and hes paid his dues to establish himself in that form, touring through Europe with Sam Rivers and Steve Lacy, having done three recordings with Steve and maintaining both a duo-concert & recording relationship. Bouncing between Europe, the U.S., Japan and South America, Barry continues gigging and recording with other top shelf performers, Mal Waldron, John Hicks, and Joe Lee Wilson, to name a few.
What kind of guitar does Barry Wedgle play? A lot of guitar. Rather than waste your time with a pile of adjectives extolling his qualities, I suggest you listen for a while and enjoy.

David Aronson
Jazz Hot
Paris, France

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