Top Larry Carlton Albums
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Room 335
Room 335
[2018]
The Jazz King: The Musical Compositions of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej
The Jazz King: The Musical Compositions of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej
[2017]
Session Masters
Session Masters
[2015]
@ Billboard (Live Tokyo) [feat. David T. Walker]
@ Billboard (Live Tokyo) [feat. David T. Walker]
[2015]
Four Hands & a Heart Christmas
Four Hands & a Heart Christmas
[2014]
Four Hands & A Heart, Vol. 1
Four Hands & A Heart, Vol. 1
[2012]
The Paris Concert (Live)
The Paris Concert (Live)
[2011]
Plays The Sound Of Philadelphia
Plays The Sound Of Philadelphia
[2011]
Rock'n'Roll Rider
Rock'n'Roll Rider
[2008]
Rhino Hi-Five: Larry Carlton - EP
Rhino Hi-Five: Larry Carlton - EP
[2007]
Quiet Desperation (single Song)
Quiet Desperation (single Song)
[2007]
Larry Carlton: The Millennium Collection
Larry Carlton: The Millennium Collection
[2006]
Conestoga View (single song)
Conestoga View (single song)
[2005]
Fire Wire
Fire Wire
[2005]
Deep Into It
Deep Into It
[2001]
Fingerprints
Fingerprints
[2000]
Larry Carlton Collection, Vol. 2
Larry Carlton Collection, Vol. 2
[1997]
The Gift
The Gift
[1996]
Kid Gloves
Kid Gloves
[1992]
Collection
Collection
[1991]
Christmas at Home
Christmas at Home
[1989]
On Solid Ground
On Solid Ground
[1989]
Last Nite ((Live))
Last Nite ((Live))
[1987]
Last Nite
Last Nite
[1987]
Discovery
Discovery
[1986]
Friends
Friends
[1983]
Sleepwalk
Sleepwalk
[1982]
Strikes Twice
Strikes Twice
[1980]
Mr. 335 Live In Japan (Live)
Mr. 335 Live In Japan (Live)
[1979]
Larry Carlton
Larry Carlton
[1978]
Singing / Playing
Singing / Playing
[1973]
Duets & Collaborations (1)
Related Information for Larry Carlton
Like so many other Los Angeles studio musicians, guitarist and composer Larry Carlton was faced with a choice a number of years back: whether to go solo and develop a name for himself under his own name or to continue the less risky, more lucrative existence as a session guitarist, making good money and recording with prominent musicians. Fortunately for fans of this eclectic guitarist, he chose the former, and has recorded under his own name for Warner Bros., MCA Records and GRP Records since 1978.Carlton's studio credits from the 1970s and early '80s include musicians and groups like Steely Dan, Joni Mitchell, Michael Jackson, Sammy Davis Jr., Herb Alpert, Quincy Jones, Bobby Bland, Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and litera... read more