It's a great thing, Django's rhythm work-the tremelos, the stabs, the rolls-and I wonder if we can gather up a short list of tunes that feature some of his best stuff. For this I'm not thinking of the duets he did a la Out of Nowhere, but tunes where he's playing over Joseph or another rhythm guitarist, adding accents and helping to drive the tune. (A basic idea is his backing on the '37 Minor Swing behind Stephane.)
I'd love to see something similar to the Licks & Patterns forum examples, if anyone's interested: some notated examples with reference to particular recordings. For me, this is a big part of the QHCF sound that's often overlooked by more modern amateur players. Any favorites, anyone?