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Green Flash Hawaii

by Green Flash Hawaii

World Fusion/Global Beat/Chillout/Exotic Lounge/Metal Jazz with Shredding Guitar and Violin
Genre: World: Asian
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Desire
5:46 $0.99
2. Green Flash
5:49 $0.99
3. Shaman
4:29 $0.99
4. Storm in Waimea
4:45 $0.99
5. Worth the Wait
5:28 $0.99
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Album Notes
Green Flash Hawaii is: Hawk Devi - Violin, Gene Tamashiro - Percussion, Matt Spencer - Bass Guitar, Gerald Gushiken - Guitars/Compositions. We are from beautiful Hilo, Hawaii. Our sound is singular, soft, beautiful, relaxing, exotic, heavy and exhilarating. The interplay between guitar and violin creates a lush and original stylized sound that can be very hard or soft. We have been influenced by ethnic folk music, rock and metal, guitarists like Al Di Meola, Jeff Beck, John McLaughlin and Jimi Hendrix. We also love Chillout music. Sometimes called Trip Hop, it's an obscure genre that is relatively unknown. Bands like Sia, Zero 7, Massive Attack, Elsiane, Etro Anime, Vargo. This is beautiful, lush and ethereal music. That influence can be heard on songs like DESIRE, GREEN FLASH and WORTH THE WAIT. SHAMAN is a middle eastern/Turkish influenced track with Spanish/Arabic modal melodies and solos. On the "Big Island" of Hawaii there is a place called Waimea. It's one of the wettest places on earth and where my father grew up. STORM IN WAIMEA is a western, slide guitar, rock/new metal fusion track that is somewhat reminiscent of Jimmy Page.



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