Bill Kurzenberger | Solitary Road

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Solitary Road

by Bill Kurzenberger

The sophomore release by Ohio-based keyboardist/singer/songwriter Bill Kurzenberger features stripped-down versions of his bluesy original songs, and the instrumental opus "Tabula Rasa".
Genre: Blues: Piano Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Genevieve
3:00 album only
2. Skeleton Key
2:38 album only
3. A Day Late and a Dollar Short
4:30 album only
4. December
4:32 $0.99
5. Solitary Road
3:34 $0.99
6. Tabula Rasa (Parts I - VII)
18:36 $1.99
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Album Notes
Solitary Road is the sophomore release by Columbus, Ohio-based keyboardist Bill Kurzenberger. The album is a representation of Kurzenberger's live solo performances, featuring stripped-down versions of Kurzenberger's original songs supported only by his keyboards and voice. The album showcases two brand-new originals, "Genevieve" and "Skeleton Key".

While the majority of the album is steeped in Americana and the blues, the final track is a significant departure to the world of ambient spacemusic. Clocking in at eighteen-and-a-half minutes, "Tabula Rasa" incorporates elements of worldbeat, jazz fusion, trance, and electronica. It was composed by Kurzenberger over a two-year time period, and recorded solely with a Yamaha Motif keyboard with no looping or sequencing. Kurzenberger describes Tabula Rasa as "a musical representation of the past, present and future of life on Earth."

Solitary Road was recorded over three years at several Columbus, Ohio recording studios: Wayz & Meanz Recording Studio, Musi-Col Recording Studio, and Bob's Guitar Shack & Recording Studio. Kurzenberger self-produced the album, with tracks engineered by Jeff Farner, Adam Smith, and Bob Sauls.

More information is available at Kurzenberger's official website .



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