Echoes (Joshua Breakstone album). Echoes is an album by guitarist Joshua Breakstone that was recorded in 1986 and first released by the Contemporary label.
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1988 studio album by Joshua Breakstone featuring Tommy Flanagan and Jimmy Knepper. The guitarist's single-note solos often make him seem like a horn player, so he never clashes with the pianist.
In addition to a pair of standards, Breakstone performs his own "Childsplay," Benny Carter's "Evening Star," and obscurities by Wes Montgomery and Barry Harris. The guitarist's single-note solos often make him seem like a horn player, so he never clashes with the pianist
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Joshua Breakstone (born July 22, 1955) is an American jazz guitarist. Breakstone came into contact with the music business early in life through his parents and siblings. His sister was a lighting technician at the Fillmore East theater, where he saw musicians such as Jimi Hendrix and Frank Zappa. Later, he became interested in jazz and was influenced by Charlie Parker and Lee Morgan. Until 1983, when he recorded his debut album, he worked with Vinnie Burke, Warne Marsh, Emily Remler, and Aaron Bell. He taught privately and at the Rhode Island Conservatory of Music. Beginning in 1986, Breakstone recorded four albums for Contemporary Records, with sidemen including Pepper Adams, Kenny Barron, Dennis Irwin, Jimmy Knepper, Tommy Flanagan, Keith Copeland, and Kenny Washington. In 1986 he went on his first tour of Japan. Since then, Breakstone has played twice a year in Japan.