Steve Abshire, Vince Lewis, Tommy Cecil, Mike Shepherd & Robert | Two In The Pocket

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Two In The Pocket

by Steve Abshire, Vince Lewis, Tommy Cecil, Mike Shepherd & Robert

This is a collection of smooth jazz and latin jazz tunes with the unique guitar sounds of Steve Abshire and Vince Lewis.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Undecided
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4:47 album only
2. Bernie's Tune
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3:57 album only
3. Tea for Two
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5:59 album only
4. Three Little Words
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4:20 album only
5. Someone to Light Up My Life
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5:58 album only
6. Show Me
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5:14 album only
7. This Masquerade
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8:20 album only
8. If I Had You
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9. Blues In the Closet
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10. I Can't Give You Anything But Love
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11. Samba D'Sandra
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12. Nagasaki
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Steve Abshire is a jazz guitarist, teacher, and clinician based in the Washington, D.C./Baltimore area. Steve's mainstream style comes from years of study with Herb Ellis, Barney Kessel, and Joe Pass. He has appeared in concert with notable jazz greats Herb Ellis, Milt Hinton, Tal Farlow, Keter Betts, and Marian McPartland to name a few. Steve has accompanied many legendary vocalists such as Della Reese, Rosemary Clooney, Joe Williams, and Etta Jones. He has also appeared in concert with the "Great Guitars" as a substitute for Barney Kessel. Twice Steve went to Europe to perform at the famed "Jazz In Marciac" Jazz Festival held in Marciac, France. In 1997, Steve retired from the U. S. Navy Band's Commodores, where he performed as guitarist/featured soloist for 24 years. He was on faculty at the Levine School of Music in Washington, D.C. for five years. In addition to teaching privately, Steve is presently on the faculty at Cedar Brook Academy in Clarksburg, Maryland. As a clinician, Steve has given Master Classes in guitar and rhythm section technique at the Armed Forces School of Music, James Madison University, Elon University, and various other local colleges and high schools. Steve can be found on numerous recordings, including two of his own. His first, "Big Brass Bed Blues," received a 4 ½ star rating from Down Beat magazine. His latest release is "Come In From The Rain." This recording, along with appearance calendar and other information, is available at his website at

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Harry Avant

Outstanding duo guitarists and really great songs.
Here are two guitar players that know how to handle leads and do outstanding comping. The way they support each other is reminiscent of the great guitar duos of the past but with a modern sound and with the advantages of a piano, bass and drum. I was glad the piano never played over the guitars. Let me know when their next CD is coming out.

Castellano Claudio

This album is the result of the big execution and interpretation obtained from two big artists.This is the poetry of the good and agreeableness sound.Wonderful.My compliments

Louise Largiader

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I first heard "Tea For Two" on a local radio program, and through some effort managed to track down the name of the CD and the artists. Lovely relaxed playing style, very supple, deceptively easy. Some old-fashioned surprises: "Three Little Words" and "Show Me." "Tea For Two" is still my favorite track, though, and I think of my grandmother each time I hear it. Thank you, Steve and Vince!


From Russia with Love
Everybody who likes perfect jazz play should buy this album.As for me i got an enormous pleasure after listening to it.Great thanks to CDbaby.

Geoff Menzer

I dont even HAVE this CD yet!THEY SOLD OUT!However,listening to the exerpts on the website,and speaking
as a guitarist of many years experience playing in a guitar duo format for latin,jazz,standards etc.,I LOVE IT!The tone is beautiful,the playing superb,the tasteful tracks with no
pyrotechnics,no superfluous displays of speed or technique,
all point towards experienced musicians with nothing to prove,enjoying contributing to a CD that will be a fitting tribute to their craft.Complete as a guitar duo,they are turbo-boosted on various tracks by addition of Piano/bass/drums.Faultless ear for harmony,great rhythmic feel--boy would I LOVE to play with them!
I eagerly await my CD and then the next one.Keep 'em coming
(part of the Les Sans Nom guitar duo in Leeds UK