Michael Graefe | Desert Blues

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Desert Blues

by Michael Graefe

Instrumental Fingerstyle Guitar
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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1. Camelrace
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2. Didgeriblues
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3. Story of An Old House
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4. Thirsty for Water
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5. Spanish Caravan
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6. Desert Blues
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7. Raisinpicker Rag
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8. Fatamorgana
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9. The Shepherds Wife
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10. Running Away
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11. End of a Perfect Day
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12. Crazy Waltz
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13. A Little Swing
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14. Confusion
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15. Final Blues
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16. Wonderful Tonight
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17. Bermuda Triangle Exit
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Michael Graefe

6 and 12 string acoustic guitars, e-guitar, mandolin, e-bass, Irish Bouzouki and National Steel Guitar.
Self taught guitarist since 1976.
By the early 80s he makes himself a name by gigging clubs in and around Hamburg.
His musical roots are Leo Kottke, Harry Sacksioni, David Qualey, Werner Lämmerhirt, but also Johann Sebastian Bach
2001 sees the release of his "Landscape" CD comprising all original compositions on his own RELAXRECORDS label.
Biggest achievement is the track "Condor", which amongst others is not only used as signature tune for radio programmes,
but likewise for a TV documentary.
Now here is his 2009 Soloalbum "Desert Blues" including two coverversions: "Wonderful Tonight" written by Eric Clapton and an arrangement of "Bermuda Triangle Exit" written by Stefan Grossman.

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