Paul Adams | Annie

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Annie

by Paul Adams

A slow finger style acoustic guitar piece written the day my dog Anniebelle died. Contemplative w/ much space to honor the emptiness I felt. The pain was wel worth the time spent. The amazing Elizabeth Geyer did the beautiful ethereal vocals.
Genre: New Age: Solo Instrumental
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My music runs in genres such as Finger style Guitar, World Fusion, New Age, and Jazz. My most recent collaborations have been with Australian musician Elizabeth Geyer. She is an enormous talent!! I also have THE NEURONS, a sideline group with my friend David Hoffman who spent many years playing and arranging for Ray Charles. He has his own music as well - check him out. I feel very lucky. Because of Satellite Radio like Sirius, Echo's, Music Choice and Pandora, as well as the wonderful Terrestrial and Public stations around the world, I connect with YOU and make a living. How beautiful is that?

I also dabble in writing, photography, have built musical instruments for such people as Daryl Hall, members of Stevie Wonders band and others. I enjoy working on various activities within the human condition (Listed under "Arty Stuff"). It's a big mystery down here isn't it? I hope you have fun playing on the site. Listen to music, read and interact if you wish.

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