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As a seminal and 'jazzy' prog-rock band from the late '60s, Hannibal shared stages with Free, Black Sabbath, Pato, ELO and Johnny Winter.

This CD (LP reissue) is jam packed with early cutting-edge examples of Jazz-rock fusion guitar playing together with Adrian Ingram's quirky Zappaesque compositions.

Hannibal (B & C Charisma 1022) was ahead of its time and eventually became a much sought-after 'prog', collectors item.

Initially released in early 1970 it was reissued, with additional lener notes, on CD in 1994 (Repertoire GTR-017)

Produced by Rodger Bain, recorded at Island Studios

1970 B & C Records / 1994 GTR Records


  Adrian Ingram

Introducing The Jazz Guitar Of...

Adrian Ingram - Guitar    
Dennis Caizza - Bass    
Doug Grover - Drums

Quote: As jazz great Mundell Lowe said, "This guy's got to be heard. This is one recording I know you'll enjoy as much as I have! Makes for a nice listening menu since there are solos, duos and trios. That boy plays good blues as evidenced by Green's Blues, a tribute to Grant Green. A marvelous solo player! Some excellent medleys!"

1995 Just Jazz Guitar Records CD-2509298



  Ben Crosland Quintet with With Alan Skidmore

the northern run

Ben Crosland - Bass
Alan Skidmore - Tenor saxophone
Adrian Ingram - Guitar
Rod Mason - Soprano, alto and teno saxophones
Stuart MacDonald - Tenor saxophone (trks 6-10)
Robert Howard - Drums (trks 1-5)
Dave Tyas - Drums (trks 6-10)

Recorded at In-A-City Studios, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England on September 25th 1993 & 4th, February 1995.


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  Royce Campbell & Adrian Ingram

Hands Across The Water

Royce Campbell - acoustic guitar
Adrian Ingram - acoustic & nylon string guitars
Dave Linane - acoustic bass
Dave Hassell - drums,percussion

Recorded at Crimson 2 Studios, Sale, Cheshire, England on February 24th & 25th, 1998. Includes liner notes by Andy MacKenzie.

Campbell was Henry Mancini's guitarist for 20 years & has appeared on countless albums by top name jazz players & artists.

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  Adrian Ingram / Ben Crosland Quartet featuring Jim Mullen & Eryl Roberts

Spread The Word

Ben Crosland - Bass
Adrian Ingram - Guitar
Jim Mullen - Guitar
Eryl Roberts - Drums

Recorded October, Bradford UK. 1995 and March 1996. JC CD 102.

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  Adrian Ingram & Andy MacKenzie


"Living less than an hours drive apart in Northern England, it took a Guitar show in New York to bring together the Guitar Duo of Adrian Ingram and Andy MacKenzie."

Produced by Mike Bonwick, recorded in February 1997




  Andy MacKenzie featuring Adrian Ingram & John Jorgenson

Tales From the Hot Club

Adrian Ingram and John Jorgenson are featured soloists on this, Andy's debut album. Andy credits Adrian in the sleeve notes, "...not just for his virtuoso playing and compositional contribution... but for his constant support and motivation."

Produced by Andy MacKenzie

Recorded December 1997 - February 1998


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  Adrian Ingram / John Pisano


Homage is the second meeting on CD between veteran U.S. guitarist John Pisano and England's Adrian Ingram. They offer more than an hour of guitar duets as they pay tribute to their guitar-playing forebears. During this session, each takes a turn playing rhythm and lead, exchanging their views on each of the tracks -- it's like eavesdropping on a calm, intelligent conversation between two close friends. Pisano's resum頲eads like a who's who of jazz, given those with whom he has played over his long years on the scene. Especially notable is his work with Joe Pass . In addition to being a performer, Ingram has written a well-received biography of Wes Montgomery . This album follows in the tradition of great guitar joint ventures such as Herb Ellis  and Freddie Green , George Barnes  and Carl Kress , Kenny Burrell  and Jimmy Raney . The album has five compositions by the players, either by themselves or together. "Billy Bean Blues" is the guitarists' tribute to the legendary, but enigmatic, West Coast guitarist. There's special meaning here for Pisano, who recorded with Bean back in the late '50s. Fortunately, they have been reissued by String Jazz. Also on the honors list is the classical-leaning Johnny Smith "Softly As in the Morning Sunrise," George Benson  "Love for Sale," Laurindo Almeida  "Amanhecir," and, of course, Django Reinhardt  with his composition "Belleville." But paying homage is by no means synonymous with imitation. These two pay tribute in a much more meaningful way, offering their distinctive interpretations of the material. The wordless vocalizing on "Blues for Joe" comes from John's vocalist-wife Jeanne Pisano. ~ Dave Nathan, All Music Guide

Adrian Ingram - Guitar
John Pisano - Guitar
Phil France - Bass
Jeanne Pisano - Vocals

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  Blues Plus

Mood Changes

Blues Plus is a U.K.-based blues guitar trio featuring Ian Wroe, Adrian Ingram and Chris Smith. The group was formed in 1995 when guitarist Ian Wroe tracked down the elusive U.K. blues legend Rod Marshall, who has contributed immensely to the proliferati.

Adrian Ingram - Electric/Slide guitars and percussion
Ian Wroe - Electric/Acoustic/Classical guitars, Bass and percussion
C J Smith - Vocals, Piano, Harmonica, Acoustic guitar and percussion

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Blues Station

Comin' Home

Blues Station are a dynamic and exciting 4-piece band, who play the popular classic blues and R&B of the 1960/span>A repertoire, which includes Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf, B B King and the Rolling Stones. By request they augment the line up with Hammond organ, for a groove-jazz based music, tailor made for the smokey atmosphere of night-clubs and late night raves.

With solid individual backgrounds, together with the international acclaim of guitarist Adrian Ingram, Blues Station is also a musicianࢡnd admired and respected by other players.

Formed in 2002, they have quickly progressed from small pubs and clubs to major festivals and Blues events. Their first CD ﭩn Home෩th an important USA distribution deal pending, promises to further enhance the bands international standing.

With over 125 years collective experience, BLUES STATION have played blues and jazz since 1962. A quintessential British Blues Band, their style also encompasses swing, rock ⠲oll, acoustic blues and a goodly helping of quirky humour. Their true forte is traditional British R&B, capturing the raw energy of John Mayall, The Stones and early Graham Bond.

Adrian Ingram - Guitar
Tony Hamer - Bass, Vocals
Terry Kenyon - Harmonica & Vocals
Ian Rose - Hammond Organ
Chris Bunney - Drums

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Essentials of Jazz Guitar

by Adrian Ingram

This DVD lesson covers everything you need to know about the basic language of jazz. It teaches clearly and concisely all of the necessary techniques required for advanced jazz guitar playing.

The Essentials of Jazz Guitar is not only vital for those new to the genre, but also of value to seasoned players who may have glossed over the valuable building blocks of jazz theory. It begins with basic chord scale relationships and chord construction and then progresses to extended and altered chords, substitution, harmonic pluralities, song-form and indispensable chord progressions.

A detailed tab/music instructional booklet is included as a PDF file on the DVD.

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Jazz for the Electric Blues Guitarist

by Adrian Ingram

Taught by Adrian Ingram. Jazz For The Electric Blues Guitarist provides a valuable lesson for those who wish to introduce sophisticated jazz lines and more advanced chord concepts into their playing. This information-packed lesson takes the player on an exciting journey from the basic "jazz" blues progression to advanced chord substitution. Turnarounds and chord families, together with further elaborations and inversions are also discussed, in an easy to understand way, which will spice up your blues playing in no time. As the video unfolds, Adrian Ingram reveals the secrets of jazz substitution and improvisation, showing how the fundamental concepts can be used to lift your blues playing onto a higher plateau. Coloristic devices, such as Charlie christian's worry notes and Wes Montgomery's octaves are also discussed. 76 minute DVD.

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  John Pisano & Adrian Ingram

Live at Wakefield

This first jazz guitar DVD available on the market features the legendary jazz guitarist, John Pisano (guitarist for Herb Alpert, Joe Pass, Chico Hamilton, Peggy Lee, Sergio Mendes, ets.) with one of Europe's leading jazz guitarists, Adrian Ingram, now well known in the USA. This broadcast standard 'In Concert' DVD features digital picture and sound with the guest appearance on two tracks of the great jazz vocalist, Jeanne Pisano. Leadsheets for the two original pieces is provided.

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Cafe Benedetto

To those who have never attended a Benedetto Players concert you are about to experience a magical and musical evening with Jimmy Bruno, Jack Wilkins, Adrian Ingram, Andy Mackenzie, Gerry Beaudoin, Frank Vignola, and Howard Alden. The size of the room lends itself to the ambiance that the Benedettos are seeking- an intimate setting where they can converse with friends and appreciate the talents of this select gathering of musicians. They play jazz because it is in their soul, displaying a depth of feeling and virtuosity that is unsurpassed in any genre of music. This is a "must have" video for any aficionado of great guitars and great jazz guitar players. 83-minute.


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The Guitar Style of Wes Montgomery

by Adrian Ingram

Adrian Ingram's detailed examination of Wes Montgomery's unique style is a tour-de-force in the art of jazz guitar. Besides covering the more overt aspects of Montgomery's style, such as thumb and octave techniques, important yet seldom discussed substitutional devices and soloing conceptions are also examined in detail. Rare film footage of Wes, together with Adrian's performances of classic Montgomery tunes, like 4 on 6 and West Coast Blues, further illustrate the ideas covered in this important video lesson. Everyone with an interest in jazz guitar will find something of value here. A working knowledge of Wes Montgomery's characteristic techniques provides new horizons which will ultimately allow you to take your playing onto a higher level. Includes free tab/music booklet.

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