John Holshouser | Picker's Party

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Picker's Party

by John Holshouser

This CD is all done on a 1959 Gibson electric guitar. Ten of the twelve songs are guitar solos, while two are done with two guitar tracks.
Genre: Easy Listening: Instrumental Pop
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1. Picker's Boogie
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2. Night Wind
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2:41 $0.99
3. Wind Up
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4. Duck Walk
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5. After Hours
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6. Altered States
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7. Hand in Hand
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8. Afternoon
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9. Undone
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10. The Lounge
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11. Top Hat
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12. Turn About
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13. Sunsets and Dreams
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14. Bottle On the Sea
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A guitar player since 1955, was dedicated to marriage and family as opposed to the music business. After 31 years of marriage, now divorced, John is free to return to sharing his music with others again. The distinctive independent finger picking is reminiscant of Chet Atkins, though the style of music is different.


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