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Holy Guitar

by Marcus Singletary

"Holy Guitar" presents Marcus Singletary's best recorded lead guitar performances. Limited Edition. Japanese Release (3/1/18).
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. King Astrohead
2:58 $0.49
2. Cartwheel and Comet
4:53 $0.49
3. Chicago Stomp
4:57 $0.49
4. Highway Patrol
4:44 $0.49
5. Green Sky Guitar / Sonic Admiral
3:10 $0.49
6. Marcus Singletary Mix
4:01 $0.49
7. Take Me out to the Ball Game
3:38 $0.49
8. Summer
4:19 $0.49
9. Quake
3:20 $0.49
10. Holy Guitar
3:06 $0.49
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"This collects some of Marcus Singletary’s best guitar solos on one album. The concept is perfect, especially when you have someone as talented as Marcus performing the licks.

“Summer,” is a “balls to the wall” blazing instrumental that sounds like it could have been taken from a live Jimi Hendrix concert. Then Marcus settles down with a bit more funk along with the full-band sound of “Chicago Stomp,” before expanding his sound (and mind) on the spacey “Marcus Singletary Mix.” You can really hear his talents on all the different genres that Marcus covers. The main focus of the album is the trippy title track." -Jim Pasinski, JP's Music Blog

"It seems to bounce around between genres when the music is playing, although regardless of it being lounge jazz or grungy trance, Marcus is usually at the helm displaying his excellent guitar talent which is obviously the main draw. The cute and quaint jazz in “Chicago Stomp” works well, as it just feels like a great jamming session. "Marcus Singletary Mix" sits somewhere between the lot of it with some well picked guitar strings over some nice beats.

After the album had finished, I really didn’t quite know what to think. It’s an album that veers off so deep into the experimental genre, to try to tell people you’ll like it or hate is almost impossible. Guitar purists may find a lot to unravel here." -Simon Smith, Higher Plain Music



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