Tony Mottola's Guitar Factory.
Tommy Mottola does a cover of the Beatles classic Come Together.
Tony Mottola's Guitar Factory (1970). Album by Tony Mottola. Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday. is a cover of. Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday by Stevie Wonder (1969). Come Together by The Beatles (1969).
Tony Mottola's Guitar Factory is a exotica music album recording by TONY MOTTOLA released in 1970 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. B5 Tequila 2:30 B6 Spinning Wheel 3:45. Guitar – Tony Mottola Organ, Piano – Dick Hyman Bass Guitar – Russell George Drums – Bill Lavorgna Guitar – Bucky Pizzarelli, Jay Berliner, Vinnie Bell. Project 3 Records – PR 5044 SD (US). Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Roman Guitar & Mr. Big Sepia Records 2011.
Tony Mottola, Tony Mottola y Su Orquesta. The Romantic Guitar Collection Disc 1. Tony Mottola.
Tony Mottola (born April 18, 1918 in Kearny, New Jersey, USA - died August 9, 2004 in Denville, New Jersey, USA) was an American guitarist.
Anthony C. Mottola (April 18, 1918 – August 9, 2004) was an American jazz guitarist who released dozens of solo albums. Mottola was born in Kearny, New Jersey and died in Denville. Like many of his contemporaries, Mottola started out learning to play the banjo and then took up the guitar. He had his first guitar lessons from his father. He toured with an orchestra led by George Hall in 1936, marking the beginning of his professional life. His first recordings were duets with guitarist Carl Kress
Unless you have Italian parents or grandparents who constantly reminisce about the good ol' days, most people's first experience with Tony Mottola is from The Avalanches' seminal Since I Left You and how his excellent guitar work is sampled repeatedly. Fitting, isn't it, that one of the most innovative and varied albums of the last two decades draws upon a record that is singularly focused on a specific type of sound.
Tony Mottola (April 18, 1918 – August 9, 2004) was an American guitarist who released dozens of solo albums. Mottola was born in Kearny, New Jersey, and died in Denville, New Jersey. Like many of his contemporaries he started out learning to play the banjo and then took up the guitar. He had his first guitar lessons from his father and by the late 1930s he was playing in George Hall's orchestra in a rhythm section that included Johnnie Guarnieri and Nick Fatool.