Muddy Manninen | Long Player

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Long Player

by Muddy Manninen

An eclectic mix of rock, jazz and blues from the former Wishbone Ash guitar player
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Bastard
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2. Danger Zone
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3. Dickies
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4. Guitar Man
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5. Cheese Rolling
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6. Not Even a Shadow
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7. Lil´rosie
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8. Another Day
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9. Jammin' with Shuggie
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10. Price to Pay
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11. The Jester
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12. Swan Song
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Album Notes
Muddy Manninen has been a professional guitarist and songwriter since 1979. He has written for, recorded with, and toured globally with Wishbone Ash since 2004. Muddy has recorded 4 studio albums with Wishbone Ash, and was the main song writer on the last three albums, including the critically acclaimed “Blue Horizon”, which put Wishbone Ash back to the forefront of twin harmony rock guitar bands.

Muddy Manninen left Wishbone Ash in the spring of 2017 to pursue a solo career. “Long Player” is his first solo album. The album features guest appearances from Gregg Sutton, Jenny Darren, Hughie Flint and Patsy Gamble to name a few.
The songs range stylistically from Allman Bros. influenced, bluesy instrumentals to harder rock songs, with a little folk influence thrown in, displaying Muddy´s guitar skills, which are firmly rooted in late 60s and early seventies style of playing. Talking about influences, names like Dickie Betts, Billy Gibbons, Peter Green, Johnny Winter, John Renbourn, Lowell George come up.



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