Brian Conigliaro & Gus Wieland | Two Guitars / Bending Time

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Two Guitars / Bending Time

by Brian Conigliaro & Gus Wieland

Classic songs uniquely rearranged; exciting virtuoso performances on acoustic guitars interwoven with vocals and harmonica.
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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1. Black Magic Woman
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2. Riverfest
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3. Only Living Boy in New York
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4. Overjoyed
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5. She's Not There
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6. Walk Away Renee
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Two Guitars (Brian Conigliaro and Gus Wieland) comes collectively with great versatile playing backgrounds, including stints with: The Turtles, The Tokens, Al Wilson, Lou Rawls, Chubby Checker, Leslie Gore, Bobby Day, Ray Charles, Eubie Blake, Snoop Dogg, as well as jazz artists Jerry Mulligan, Jackie Paris, Sue Raney, Dizzie Gillespie, etc.

Recent Reviews:

Elliot Glick, Owner of The Starving Artist Café - " Brian Conigliaro and Gus Wieland are music business veterans. They've played all over the country and with various "name" acts. These guys play a great acoustic mix of blues and jazz fusion, and original tunes. Their guitars weave an intricate story around the lyrics. Add to all this vocal harmonies and Brian's virtuoso harmonica playing, and you've got one evening of great live music. I love when they play my club……They make those guitars sing and they both sing and they both write. Brian plays blues harp like nobody's business. His solo on "She's Caught the Katy" was as funky and jumping as anything I ever heard on any instrument. Brian also plays seven-string guitar. Gus plays the sweetest jazz and blues riffs. When they sang "Walk Away Rene" I was beside my self (make room). Go run and buy their CD. "

Town Crier Highlights - "A really unique duet with exotic acoustic arrangements of guitar interplay, featuring well known songs, as well as originals & obscure nuggets."

TheWorkingMusician.com - "This delightful duo takes classic songs and places them in a cocoon. The tunes emerge from their metamorphosis as glittering, ethereal, butterflies. Follow their flight and they will transport you to a universe where dogs run free."

Casey in the Morning WHUD NY - “I love you guys…you are truly virtuosi virtuosos.”



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Kat Smith

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Two Guitars takes the familiar and makes you want to listen over and over again. The fresh and fluid re-interpretations of these classic tunes are thrilling to hear. Great arrangements with smooth latin rhythms and spicy harmonica.