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Cry of the Wild Guitar

by Jimmi Accardi

"The hottest new guitar killer playing his own style of blues, rock, and rockabilly and with a passion for wild note bending -- in a class with Jeff Beck, Scotty Moore, Freddie King, and Buddy Guy - but unique and unlike any of them." -- Maybelline Gibson
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. Garage Band Rock
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2. Funk Juice Part 1
4:50 $0.99
3. Cat Man Blues
3:09 $0.99
4. Hot Chili
3:19 $0.99
5. Knock 'em Dead
3:24 $0.99
6. Jump and Swing
2:17 $0.99
7. Blues Guitin'
4:33 $0.99
8. Rock Me
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9. Boogie With Me
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10. Funk Juice Part 2
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Album Notes
"I've always been an insomniac. When I can't sleep at night, I go into the studio and record guitar solos, pulling on the vibrato bar with such frenzy that I break it off on occasion and part of it stays stuck inside the guitar until I have to extract it with a dentist's drill, or have to replace the whole tremolo block and tailpiece. I love bending strings and stretching notes to their limit, just short of snapping them off the neck.

"This is a guitar album, and I just did everything in one or two takes with my Fender Stratocaster, Deluxe Reverb Amplifier, and sometimes a Wah Wah pedal.

"The guitar is the star of this album. It talks and sings, and even cries. I gave the guitar total leeway to do whatever it wanted to do. I let it run wild. I don't think when I play. The guitar actually plays me." -- Jimmi Accardi

"Leo Fender smiles down when Jimmi plays." -- Jack Utley, DJ, WIMS Radio



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