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Cooper-Wright Quintet • Tribute To The Hot Club

Denys Justin Wright (6 May 1924 – 8 February 1992), better known as Denny Wright, was a jazz and skiffle guitarist who performed with Stephane Grappelli, Lonnie Donegan, Johnny Duncan (bluegrass musician), Digby Fairweather, Ella Fitzgerald, Billy Eckstine, Fapy Lafertin and many other musicians, including young rising stars such as Bireli Lagrene and Nigel Kennedy (Wikipedia).
Denny Wright's free-flowing improvisational style came to the forefront through his work with Lonnie Donegan in the 1950s. Wright was a pioneer in establishing a fresh lead guitar style in the context of the folk and blues roots from which Donegan drew his song repertoire. Drawing upon and transcending the jazz blues elements in his own background, and the vital influence of Django Reinhardt, Wright produced constantly innovative lead breaks and solos for Donegan's live work and recordings on both acoustic archtop and electric guitar.

A1 After You've Gone        
A2 Miss Annabelle Lee        
A3 Just A Little Love A Little Kiss        
A4 Daphne        
A5 Nagasaki        
A6 H.C.Q. Strut        
B1 Sweet Georgia Brown        
B2 Shine        
B3 Body And Soul        
B4 Nuages        
B5 Limehouse Blues        
B6 Running Wild

Cooper-Wright Quintet  ‎–  Tribute To The Hot Club
Label: Rediffusion ‎– RIM ZS 26
Country:  UK
Released:  1969
Genre: Jazz
Style: Gypsy Jazz

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