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Looking for Jean-Pierre

by Solo Mission

Passionate progressive blues with swirling guitar arrangements by Guitarmageddon National Champion, John Mason.
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. More than I Could Give
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2. Hosin' Down the Grass
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3. Fall to Grace
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4. Palm of Your Hand
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5. Vines
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6. Hands from the Shadows
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7. Radio Kid
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8. Licence to Live
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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John Mason and Gary Rzab began jamming together in a cover band, and upon developing a chemistry, decided to see what they could find on their own. Much of the music they create stems from improvisation, frequently just letting tape roll and forgetting about it. The struggle between form and chaos has been an ongoing thing, and this CD represents so many lives that have been affected by this same struggle, though in many different formats.

John Mason is the Guitarmageddon 2002 National Champion. He is an accomplished classical guitarist, as well as an avante-guarde improv lover. Look out for upcoming releases, The Duets with Steve Marchena, and later this year, The Back Bay Guitar Trio, John Mason Solo, and the next phase of the Solo Mission.

Gary Rzab is both intense and lyrical in his drumming, and somehow, fretless bassist Jean-Pierre Mutti manages to provide the smoothest bed on which to carry his passionate approach. This CD has many peaks and valleys, a wonderfully dynamic ride, and a glimmer of their...........

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