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From Here to Hear

by Ist

A refreshingly original take on the mix of acoustic and electric guitar with a dash of electronica thrown into the mix, highly addictive instrumentals wildly unique creations blending incisive atmospheric synth and hauntingly mellow gilmourish nuances
Genre: Blues: Electric Blues
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1. Hedley's Hashpipe (Reloaded)
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2. Geddy's in the Garden
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3. The Shamans Dream
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4. White-Out
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5. Skip's Blues
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6. Talk to the Wind On the Mountains
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7. Mi Casa
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8. Breath With the Waves
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9. Waiting for the Snow to Fall
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10. Eye of the Storm
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11. Dragonfly
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12. Mi Casa (Revisited)
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Album Notes
Volume Swells I like, little or no compression on the guitar makes it really punch out of the speakers here. Very Eno, ambient blues... Real Good Job man! Regards e ;)

Got it ~ good!
Sweet, deep, slow & indigo.

On the majority of my work there are no overdubs , each track within each song is played live. Some songs have only 2 tracks and some have 8 or 9.
But all retain a warmth of the live play thru'.
i am a fan of the older style of "warm" recording rather than the harsher clinical sound of the modern digital recording.
Most of my work is original, tho' i may tip my hat towards things that i have heard over the last 30 odd years or so.
Such is the creative process.
Heavily blues influenced my head has been filled with the likes of :
Jimmy Page
JJ Cale
Peter Green
Dave Gilmore
Joe Satriani
Roy Harper
Kim Mitchell
Robin Trower


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