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Sierra Cruise In Blue

by Phil Kaunesis

An easy listening guitar instrumental with full accompaniment. A cross-genre album covering styles such as light progressive rock, fusion, smooth jazz, ambient.
Genre: Rock: Soft Rock
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1. Gum 'n' Tack
3:07 $0.79
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2. Inner Space
0:59 $0.39
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3. Sierra Cruise In Blue
3:34 $0.79
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4. Bone-Idle Day
1:56 $0.59
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5. Jasmine
1:29 $0.49
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6. Affinity
1:22 $0.49
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7. Another Shade of Blue
3:06 $0.79
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8. Hot April
1:18 $0.49
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9. There's A Plectrum In My Soup
2:48 $0.69
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10. Touch Me Up and Mix Me Down
3:04 $0.79
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11. Sing To Me Again, 'Lucille'
2:54 $0.69
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12. Bass Instincts
0:15 FREE
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13. Bubble & Squeek
2:48 $0.69
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14. An Auburn Sunset
1:53 $0.59
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15. Blue River Cruise
4:03 $0.79
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16. Sound Connections
3:55 $0.79
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17. All Tuned Up
2:58 $0.69
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18. Crosstalk
2:20 $0.69
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19. Out of the Slough
2:12 $0.69
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20. Red Tape Rigmarole
2:24 $0.69
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21. Adagio
2:08 $0.69
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Around 8-9 years ago i was listening to Phil Keaggy's album "Electric Blue", and so enjoyed this kind of musical concept that i dropped the stuff i was working on and started a pile of experimental instrumentals. They later became the material used to form this album. I had fun using different amps and guitars, and
my synth along with a few effects units. Would you believe the guitar solos in Trk1 & 3 were played thru a valve radio ? I had to remove the r.f. front section and solder a socket to the input of the main amp stage - probably only 1 watt. Many of the song titles have some sort of meaning to them too; like Tk1, Gum 'n' Tack; i heard someone talk about restoring his boat and he spoke of using 'a bit of gum and a few tacks' to put it together. I thought, 'yeah, well some songs are like that - made up all sorts of bits n pieces. And Tk8, Hot April, reminiscent of the very hot April we had here in South Oz in 2000. We had above normal temperatures for that time of year. And who's 'Lucille' in Tk.11 ? Well, one of my guitars is a B.B. King 'Lucille' copy which Mr. King affectionately named and Epiphone crowned it by its namesake.
Working on a sci-fi ambient/electronica/light prog. rock album at present. Quite different than Sierra Cruise In Blue. Thanks for tuning in. Regards. Phil Kaunesis

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