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Local Journeys

by Carl Weingarten

Picking up where escapesilence left off, Local Journeys features Carl Weingarten's slide guitars with Michael Manring on bass and Brian Knave's percussion. The trio delivers an expansive plugged-in sound of melodic instrumentals and jazz cinemascapes.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sleeptalk
5:27 album only
2. Gravity Steps
5:23 album only
3. Local Journeys
4:20 album only
4. Rendezvous
2:48 album only
5. Cafe Timba
5:32 album only
6. How Many Doors?
6:05 album only
7. Mourning Star
5:09 album only
8. Night Is The Light
5:43 album only
9. The Far Turn
4:06 album only
10. Cassini's Blues
5:10 album only
11. Dust Covers The Sky
5:30 album only


Album Notes
by Glenn Astarita, JazzReview.com

"West Coast guitarist Carl Weingarten is a colorist who blends an enviable technique with gobs of emotive sentiment and subtly designed electronic effects. On this endeavor he employs a strings section on selected works, to complement electric bass hero Michael Manring's softly lyrical accompaniment.

Weingarten uses various electric slide guitars, dobro and ebow to round out these eclectic, electronic dreamscapes. He uses volume control techniques to leverage his multihued phrasings throughout these pieces that impart a sustaining impression. Elsewhere, the guitarist plucks gentle harmonics while generating endearing, melodic hooks via his supple slide guitar voicings.

Weingarten conveys an artsy musical persona, often dappled with poise and a near-flawless mode of execution during these enduring tone poems that beckon repeated listens. (Enthusiastically recommended...)"



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