Showing posts with label Guitar Instrumentals. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Guitar Instrumentals. Show all posts


Featured Track: Jeffrey Seeman- Jackie's Grace

Jeffrey Seeman's new release Everything In Between features a fine guitar player doing his best to capture your imagination with sound alone.

A good example of that is the track "Jackie's Grace," when his acoustic guitar resonates with a warmth and energy that is just too hard to resist. The twangy reverberating guitar is clear and consistent throughout and a pleasure to listen to.

One of my favorite acoustic guitar players is Adrian Legg and his sound reminded me of that very fondly.

Check out "Jackie's Grace" for yourself and you be the judge.

Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck

More About Jeffrey Seeman:

Jeffrey grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, and started playing folk guitar at age 8, learning Pete Seger, Peter, Paul & Mary and Joan Baez songs with his mom in the early sixties. The British Invasion soon arrived and he moved on to The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, after which the guitars of Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix got him interested in improvisation. Then in the summer of 1969 a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity dropped in his lap: as a 14 year-old he got to work at a rock concert hall, the Ludlow Garage, which was opened by Jim Tarbell on Ludlow Avenue in my neighborhood of Clifton, complete with a Hanley Sound System that arrived from Woodstock with mud that they had to 
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Track Evaluation: Steve Henrichs - Dawn

Steve Henrichs and his track "Dawn" is nearly five minutes of jazz fusion guitar improvisation backed by a steady rhythm section, keys and a one time whispering of a voice to make it a little more interesting.

Henrichs brings all of his talents to the table and the end result is a classic rendering of smooth jazz injected with his own personal style.

"Dawn" is the quiet storm of superb jazz guitar work and more. It is a exhibition of extraordinary talent within less than five minutes!

Visit Steve's Website here


More About A Steve Henrichs:

Steve Henrichs’ quirky pop/jazz style prompted Los Angeles area pianist John Hammond (The Fabulous Baker Boys) to describe his music as “masterful”. His co-producer, Eduardo Del Signore, is a former student of the late Latin jazz great Moacir Santos.

Steve's debut album, Dawn, released in August of 2014, has received airplay in 117 countries on Internet radio station Jango, and it was featured in a recent Inner Game training session.

Henrichs is currently working on a second album, to be titled Journey, which will be released in 2015.