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Night Visions

by Peter Neri

Contemporary acoustic solo guitarist that will knock you on your butt, then make you laugh, cry, and dance around the room. Cuts from Night Visions have been aired on National Public Radio, Vermont Public Radio, and the Oxygen Television Network.
Genre: Folk: Power-folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Out from the Shadows
2:58 $0.99
2. Still Alive
3:50 $0.99
3. Lone Warrior
3:52 $0.99
4. Party in the Hen House
3:14 $0.99
5. Night Visions
4:48 $0.99
6. Slap Happy
3:57 $0.99
7. Lullaby
2:11 $0.99
8. Dream of the Little Princess
4:40 $0.99
9. Unreeling
3:47 $0.99
10. Paradise Found, Paradise Lost
3:05 $0.99
11. Traffic Jam
2:59 $0.99
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Album Notes
"Intricate. Technical. Amazing. Three words best used to describe Peter Neri's first solo album. New England is home to a number of exquisite guitarists, but Neri isn't just folk. The Vermont resident has crafted a diverse and solid blend of instrumentals that impress and express." - J.H. Jam Music Magazine

"Neri's got his shades on and his guitar tuned up as he travels the back roads of Kottke, Hedges and Legg. Worth the hitchhike." - T.J.M. Dirty Linen Magazine

"Riding a continuum between classical guitar music and the aural fireworks of a Michael Hedges, (how does he get six strings to do that?) Neri's compositions are powerful listening." - W.C. Valley News

Do you ever wonder where all those great, short acoustic guitar clips come from when you listen to NPR's "All Things Considered?" Artists like Peter Neri make them. In fact, you may have heard music from Night Visions already. It's subliminal, man. You're already humming along!



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Rock Notes On Line

Night Visions is an 11-song compilation of original acoustical guitar instrument
Night Visions is an 11-song compilation of original acoustical guitar instrumentals by Peter Neri. Neri runs the gamut with a wide range of energy levels, creating a unique sound with this release. One cannot label his style to one particular genre, as he combines influences from folk, blues, rock and classical music.
From the hard driving opener, Out from the Shadows, to the poignant
Lone Warrior, there isn't a single cut any guitar aficionado would resist. As Peter aptly adds, "Musicians are the vehicles that translate and give structure to a greater mystery."
- E.T. Rock Notes On-Line


"Neri is a great guitarist. ...There is a lot of string slapping and sliding going on many of the numbers. "Lone Warrior" is the best of the rock/blues/classical fusion on the CD. "Slap Happy" has an infectious calypso beat. A couple of classical flavored tunes are well done, especially "Dream of the Little Princess" with violin accompaniment. "Party in the Hen House" has a John Fahey feel with lots of bottle slide work. "Traffic Jam" is a mixture of jazz/classical and country with some nice violin by Spencer Lewis. The album is hard to pin down. Just when you have your rock/blues mind set in place, Neri switches to Segovia mode. If you get used to that, he throws in a little flamenco and a little jazz or county. The key to enjoying this album is not to approach it with a preconceived notion. Just sit back and take it in. You'll find yourself digging it out for another listen." - J.Z. Folk and Acoustic Music Exchange


Absolutely great!
What a great CD! I heard the second track on NPR and had to hear the rest. Peter Neri is a fabulous guitarist, whose CD hasn't left my player since. It's perfect background music for an intimate dinner with friends or for cooking breakfast on a Sunday morning. Everyone who enters our house always asks, "who is this?!?". Highly recommended.