Any jazz guitar duet is good for me, especially one with John Abercrombie. Can’t go wrong with this one.
Mundell Lowe – a Grand Night for Swinging (OJC/Riverside)
Hip swinging jazz guitar from 1957. Studio cat Mundell Lowe can play, this set probably isn’t going to make your head explode, but it should be interesting to jazz guitar fans.
Pat Martino and Bobby Rose – Alone Together (HighNote)
I keep coming back to this NOS recording from Pat Martino’s archives. Other guitarist Bobby Rose joins Pat for duets from 1977-78. Any new Pat Martino is good news, a guitar duet is extra special.
Chuck Wayne – Morning Mist (OJC)
Lee Morgan – the Gigolo (Blue Note)
Lee Morgan – Search for New Land (Blue Note)
Kathrin Murray – Arabesques (Centuar)
Giacinto Scelsi – Aiom, Pfhat, Konx-Om-Pax (Accord)
Deep Purple – Now What?! (earMusic/Edel)
Pat Metheny – Zero Tolerance for Silence (Geffen)
Pat Metheny/John Zorn – Tap, John Zorn’s Book of Angels, Vol. 20 (Nonesuch/Tzadik)
Miles Davis – The Complete Live at the Plugged Nickel 1965, disk 1 & 2 (Sony Legacy)
…and a bunch other stuff too.