Paul Metzke | Fusion Blues Trio

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Fusion Blues Trio

by Paul Metzke

Soulful Blues Vocals and Blistering Guitar Solos Explorations into the Depths of Electric Blues & Jazz Fusion "A Soulful Synthesis of Blues-Rock-Jazz-Funk-Fusion, by an Electrifying & Explosive Guitar Power Trio".
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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2. Footprints
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4. Chameleon
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5. Wee Wee Hours
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6. All Blues
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9. Got My Mojo
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Album Notes
Mixing the best Electric Blues in the Guitarist/Vocalist tradition set down by Muddy Waters, Freddie King, Johnny Winter, Jimi Hendrix, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, and expanding it to include some of the greatest Blues compositions from the Jazz idiom (all with original lyrics) tunes by; Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Horace Silver

Paul Metzke - a consummate Jazz and Blues Guitarist from Detroit ("Motown") Michigan, has performed and recorded with some of the greatest Jazz and Blues Artists on the New York Music Scene, including:

Gil Evans Orchestra, Tony Williams Lifetime, The Johnny Copeland Blues Band, Gato Barbieri, David Sanborn, Michael Brecker, Randy Brecker, Grover Washington Jr, Woody Shaw, Elvin Jones, Stanley Clarke, Ron Carter, Joe Chambers, Joe Farrell, Jim Hall, Al Foster, Lenny White, Bernard Purdie, Marcus Miller, Paul Motian, Charlie Haden, Grady Tate, Tony Levin, Warren Bernhardt, Mike Mainieri, Steve Gadd, Chuck Rainey, Sonny Fortune, Billy Hart, Alex Blake, John Scofield,
Nancy Wilson, Lena Horne, Nina Simone, Astrud Gilberto, Stephanie Mills, Buster Williams,, Charlie Rouse, Kenny Barron, Earl Klugh, Blue Mitchell, Pee Wee Ellis, Lionel Hampton, Roy Ayers, Donald Byrd, Harry Belafonte, Chet Baker, Anthony Jackson, Chico Hamilton, Tom Harrell, Freeda Payne, Joe Beck, Paquito D'Rivera, George Adams, Sweet Georgia Brown, Will Lee, Eric Gale, Mark Egan, Bob Mintzer, Cornel Dupree, Danilo Perez, Larry Young, Richard Davis, John Hicks, Milt Hinton, Bob Cranshaw, Barry Manilow, Paul Anka, Dave Mathews, Michael Franks, Cy Coleman, The Paul Winter Consort.
And in 2007, played on an episode of "the Sopranos" with Nancy Sinatra and Southside Johnny.

"Paul Metzke has crafted a sound and style that is; immediately recognizable, skillfully articulated, original, personal, powerful, and passionate. With the feeling of the Blues, the energy and vitality of Funk, and the freedom and spontaneity of straight ahead Jazz. It's a soulful synthesis of Blues-Rock-Jazz-Fusion-Funk." - CD Review

"Thank God for musicians like Paul Metzke who think out of the box and help re-expand our universe!"
Roger Zee - "The Working Musician"

"Paul Metzke flys with sure-handed runs interspersed with hard bluesy riffs." Ira Mayer - NY Post

"An engaging Jazz Guitarist" Robert Palmer -- New York Times

"Impressive talent" Robert Ford Jr -- Cash Box

"An orchestral conception of guitar playing with an affinity for the blues. His formidable technique
alternated biting dissonant riffs with cool strumming, managing to keep a bass pattern going all the while."
(Solo Jazz Guitar Concert) SUNY Review



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