Rick Brannon | Frankenfingers

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by Rick Brannon

Frankenfingers was created as a benefit and tribute to a truly phenomenal guitarist Jason Becker, who has incurable ALS disease.
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Frankenfingers was created as a benefit and tribute to Jason Becker who has incurable ALS disease. I had always admired Jason's chops and composition, and when Lion music ask me if I would be interested in contributing a track to "Warmth in the Wilderness part 2" I was thrilled to be able to help. The double cd also included tracks by Marty Friedman and Steve Vai. Although "Warmth in the Wilderness" is out of print now, you can still purchase our tribute to Jason here. Frankenfingers features Dean Lopes on drums and keyboard sequence. Phillip Bynoe (Steve Vai, Kevin Eubanks) played bass. Written by Dean and I, it started with Dean's keyboard sequence and grew from there. The middle section of the song is actually 2 short excerpts of Jason's melodies that I wove together into a call/response section. Phillip Bynoe also played fretless bass on the breakdowns, and regular 6 string bass on the remainder of the track. It was mixed by Dean and I at Dean's home studio. This is our tribute to Jason Becker a phenomenal guitarist who has had his guitar abilities taken away by this dreadfull disease. Hapily, through modern technologies, Jason continues to write, conduct, produce, and awe others with his musicality. Look him up on the web.



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