John Daniel Winters | Delirium Road

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Delirium Road

by John Daniel Winters

New wave jazz. Virtuoso acoustic guitar mixed with heavy beats and electronic effects. Exciting with lots of variety.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Man vs Man part 1
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2. Man vs Man part 2
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3. October
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4. Cape Horn
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5. 222 Down - live
6:56 $0.99
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6. Peaks and Troughs
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7. Lion Purr
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8. Sunday Showoff Journey
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9. All the Many Faces
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10. 222 Down - studio
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
John Daniel Winters is a 26-year-old guitarist from Issaquah, Washington. His live performances are slightly different from the studio recordings, but both exploit technology to create textures of large and small ensembles within varied genres.

John has been playing music for most of his life, starting with leisurely playing of the guitar at age 3. Classical violin studies began at age 11 with intensive study of guitar from age 15. After high school, he attended Bellevue Community College and later transferred to Wake Forest University. He "finished up" there in 2005 and began his pursuit of a music career track.

John currently resides in North Carolina. He uses a slew of equipment to record and perform; always compiling more, to constantly and dependably muscle, push and intensify the degrees of virtuosity in his recordings and performances.

Additional music, photos and information about upcoming shows are available at www.johnwinters.biz and www.myspace.com/johnwinters

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Mary from New York

This album is awesome!
First I downloaded the "October" track from iTunes, on a tip from a friend. I liked it so much, I turned around and ordered the whole album from CD Baby. For several days now, I've been playing it over and over in my car. I can't get the music out of my head, especially Man v Man and Cape Horn.
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Mary from New York

This album is awesome!
First I downloaded the "October" track from iTunes, on a tip from a friend. I liked it so much, I turned around and ordered the whole album from CD Baby. For several days now, I've been playing it over and over in my car. I can't get the music out of my head, especially Man v Man and Cape Horn.
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snepin

thoughtful and thought-provoking
This CD is CRAZY GOOD. talk about a skilled musician, this guy is insane! I can't get enough of this CD!!
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