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Alleys

by Jamie Kime

Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Alleys
5:25 $1.29
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2. Esque
5:18 $1.29
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3. Britton West
5:20 $1.29
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4. Bottlerocket
4:40 $1.29
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5. Woodley Park
6:23 $1.29
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6. Shinebox
7:39 $1.29
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7. Engine
4:16 $1.29
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8. V.O.E.
1:21 album only
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9. Pelt
6:27 $1.29
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10. Philadelphia
5:35 $1.29
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Alleys is the long awaited debut album by Grammy Award winning guitarist Jamie Kime. Initial sessions began in April of 2011 while Jamie was still a member of Dweezil Zappa's Zappa Plays Zappa project, in between bouts of touring. To head up production duties, legendary guitarist/composer Mike Keneally was enlisted, and long-time friend Cliff Almond was called upon to play drums. After a handful of writing and pre-production meetings, the three musicians gathered at Doubletime Studios in San Diego, CA., to record basic tracks, with Keneally playing bass. Completion of the songs took place sporadically over the next 14 months when breaks in both Jamie and Keneally's heavy touring schedules coincided. Mixing was piecemeal and done in fits and starts until mid-2014 when veteran Los Angeles-based mix engineer Dave Eugene Jenkins heard some rough mixes and loved it enough to immediately take on the entire album. What you're hearing is the result of many years of both joy and toil from a musician who's dedicated his life to playing guitar. Not quite a shred album, not quite prog, not quite jazz, but a perfect storm of influences wrapped up into a style and voice that's original and unique.

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John March

Wow!
One of my favorite guitarists creates a sonic landscape of epic proportions! Great tones, great compositions and amazing fretwork! This is a must have for anyone loving great guitar playing and modern instrumental music!
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