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In The Morning Light

by Ed Stone

Powerful smooth jazz guitar, influenced by Wes Montgomery, George Benson and Kenny Burrell
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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6. Just to Love You
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Album Notes
Guitarist Ed Stone's freshman CD is entitled In The Morning Light.

This album blends improvisation and soulful beats with inspirational melodies that please those who listen from the heart.

"You feel as if you're at a concert when you hear the CD," one listener stated.

"The CD has variety and you wonder what's coming next." Other listeners say it's nice to hear lyrics with substance and melodies that inspire smiles.

Ed's creative musical career began at age 12 in Seattle Washington.

At age 18 he received a superior rating during the Reno Jazz Festival.

During his freshman year at the University of Washington, Ed and Kenny Gorlic(G) played in the Jazz Orchestra under Roy Cummings' direction.

Ed has also played in numerous Jazz and Top 40 groups and often organized local children for Christmas caroling in the local hospitals and neighborhoods.

The musicians selected for Ed's CD project are some of the best in the business.

Consider David J. Van De Pitte, nationally known for his violin arragements with Motown and Marvin Gaye.

"The sound of real violins always amazed me," Ed says.

That's why Ed asked David to write Violin arrangements for his CD project.

Ron Otis (drums), Al Turner(bass)and Mark McGruder(keyboards)also make a powerfully, wonderful contribution to In The Morning Light.

Ed Stone "delivers a clear, beautiful and sensitive performance," says Douglas Barnett, an experienced music veteran in Seattle.

His use of single note phases, octaves and chord solos pleases your ears and are enjoyable to hear in concert or privately.

Ed's music can potentially heal the soul and amazingly lift the listener to new heights.

Radio promoter Michael Moryc simply says "Ed is blessed."



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Corde' Air De Cour

Dr. Ed Stone was playing like this in high school and this CD is the bum
I thank God to know that Dr. Stone is still alive and on this earth playing sweet melodies. Dr. Ed Stone was always a inspiration to me in high school and have help me out as a guitarist. I know his next project will be a masterpiece to.

Walter Finch

Virtuosity in the making
This Cd proves the statment that Superstars are not only
on the mainstage. This work has Superstar qualities. Great
work by an obviously great musician.