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Peter Whiterose | See You in Heaven

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See You in Heaven

by Peter Whiterose

Grammy Award winning producer Khaliq Glover (Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Prince, Christina Aguilera, …) mixed this instrumental slow rock guitar song in Los Angeles. An eclectic song about another dimension, freedom and life after this world.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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Peter Whiterose is a songwriter and multi-instrumental musician and a magic realism painter. He played with rock bands in the eighties and nineties, like Aquarius, Lost Paradise and others and did lots of work behind the scenes for other artists. Whiterose is now gradually opening up his pile of compositions, serving them to the public.
When the first guitar synthesizers were developed by Roland Music Corp®, Whiterose assisted in development and sound creation. He has some of his own unique techniques for playing the guitar, but has always given emotions, inspiration, expression, feeling, timing and melody more importance than technical issues. One of his own guitars, used on most records, is handmade, rather undefined and has been a mystery for decades now.
A main issue with Peter is his versatility in music styles. He states not to be able to limit his songwriting to one genre only, and goes from instrumental lounge rock via reggae, dance and pop, to new age and classical music. Not easy to pigeonhole but, this way many people will be able to find their particular preferred music style among the works of Peter Whiterose.

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