BOB E. - Guitar | There Goes Yesterday, Here Comes Tomorrow...

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There Goes Yesterday, Here Comes Tomorrow...

by BOB E. - Guitar

Acoustic guitar instrumentals that combine elements of pop, blues, R&B, rock, country, light jazz and Spanish guitar to create musical stories without words.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Morph
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2. Country & Eastern
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3. Dancin' With BoBo D
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4. Twilight Swing
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5. Blues Dirge
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6. Song For Susanne
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7. Rebopaloobop
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8. Monkeys In The Moonlight
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9. On The Run
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10. There Goes Yesterday, Here Comes Tomorrow
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The music on this CD is delivered without gimmicks or frills, and incorporates blues, jazz, country, swing, rock and Spanish guitar elements arranged in diverse and engaging rhythms. A former music review editor of Hit Parader and former music critic of W magazine wrote about this CD that "the beautiful sounds Bob delivers on this acoustic guitar soundscape defy subscription to ANY other guitar music... [The songs] blend techniques and genres in loops of lush notes that seem to tap into tonal memories shared by the listener and the artist."

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James J Spina

Painting a Soundscape
This music is as close to being painterly artistic as possible. I actually knew Bob MANY years ago in his equally masterful days as a young rock and blues afficionado supporting some incredible young talents in a Long Island band called Grip Weed. Then his licks were stabbing, stinging and treatening; a constant malestorm of emotions. This is the beautific opposite end of that six string sensationalism.
The breathlike, brainy-yet-beautiful sounds Bob delivers on this acoustic guitar soundscape defies subscription to ANY other guitar music. Bob is living in a world of perseptively short music stories with resolutions that leave listeners spellbound yet knowing. This is a moody story teller able to bridge the gap between earthy country music and mystical eastern sounds with a force...NOT forced. That's not an easy thing to do. Bob Does it on Country & Eastern.
He plays that same bridge of emotions on a number of the songs, blending techniques and genres in loops of lush notes that seem to have tapped into tonal memories shared by the listener AND the artist. Even the somewhat somber titled Blues Dirge is filled with a hint of pop and the hope of some sound smiles.
This back and forth, mix and match is a format many musicians aspire to but few attain. Not only does he continually deliver on these rhythmically rounded compositions, he even manages to make it work in tribute, as is surely the case on Song For Susanne.
Any loser tracks here? Nope. Only loser listeners who fail to join Bob on his fantastic journey with There Goes Yesterday, Here Comes Tomorrow.
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Andrea


I very much enjoyed listing to this collection of acoustic stories that transport you to a different place on each track. Especially loved “Song for Susanne”, lots of nuance and lots of layers. I picture myself sitting on a patio in an orange grove in Seville, a flamenco guitar playing hauntingly in the background… “Monkeys in the Moonlight” has the feel of an old Genesis tune. He has a lovely touch and is very lyrical in his playing style.
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Kristina


I am a fan of acoustic guitar pieces, but I especially love this CD for the peace of mind it brings me. The music is at once uplifting and calming. After a long day at work, it is enjoyable to sit back with a glass of wine and let Bob E.'s tunes take me away. I recommend this CD for anyone who enjoys acoustic in the classic rock/country/blues style.
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