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Larry Carlton

Larry Carlton

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Larry Carlton

Interview by Steven Rosen, Guitar Player, February 1977

LARRY CARLTON, guitarist with the famed progressive jazz-funk Crusaders, is at 28, one of the most in-demand session guitarists in Los Angeles. ...

Larry Carlton: Larry Carlton

Review by Max Bell, New Musical Express, 23 September 1978

LARRY CARLTON, super side-man should need no introduction. The weeping, fluid style that Carlton rings from his 335 has become a definitive sound on albums ...

Larry Carlton: Mellow Madness

Interview by Gene Santoro, Guitar World, November 1986

LARRY CARLTON could sit on his laurels, coasting on his rep from countless albums and sessions. But he keeps pushing himself — and his guitar — to higher spaces. ...

Larry Carlton: Sounds Familiar

Profile and Interview by Fred Shuster, Los Angeles Daily News, 22 March 2004

YOU'VE HEARD his licks a million times. If you were in the music biz during the '70s, you marveled at his Prince Valiant hairstyle. As ...

see also Crusaders, The

see also Steely Dan


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