Pete Wagula | The Other Side

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The Other Side

by Pete Wagula

Acoustic bottleneck guitar at it's finest. A dozen instrumental pieces take you on a musical journey to places and people both real and familiar. The playing is soulful and filled with passion.
Genre: Blues: Slide Guitar Blues
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1. 1818
3:20 album only
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2. Meet Me There
2:29 album only
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3. The Other Side
4:05 album only
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4. Last Chance
3:55 album only
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5. Leeds Lullaby
4:58 album only
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6. Crossing the Bridge
4:13 album only
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7. Blues for Leo
3:19 album only
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8. Letter from Mom
4:03 album only
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9. Never Give Up
4:30 album only
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10. Athens Nocturne
2:57 album only
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11. Zuni Sunrise
6:09 album only
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12. Homeward
1:51 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Acoustic bottleneck guitarist Pete Wagula takes you on a personal musical journey to The Other Side. This second solo effort follows on the heels of the 2009 album Seventeen, and again draws the listener in close to those elements of haunting acoustic work. It's the simple recipe of wood, steel strings, glass and fingers. When served up just the right way the listener can expect hairs to stand on end. Does Pete accomplish this? You be the judge. Stand out guest performances include percussionist Greg Booker and native flute player Powhatan Swift Eagle. Overall this is an intense effort, well worth checking out.

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