James Finch | Sum of the Parts

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Sum of the Parts

by James Finch

Guitar-oriented instrumental rock.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Implode
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2. Breathe
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3. Raspberry Moon
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4. Á La Coustic
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5. Synergy
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6. Cracked
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7. Chloroform
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8. Shades of Gray
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9. A Walk in the Park
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10. Warning Sign
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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James Finch's 2013 release, Sum Of The Parts, is a guitar-oriented instrumental rock album, with a focus on composition, melody, and texture. James composed, performed, produced, recorded, and mixed the entire work.

Originally inspired by the '70s rock radio waves of Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, and Rush, James started playing guitar at an early age. He studied music theory at American River College in Sacramento, California, and in 1992 released his first instrumental rock album entitled Flashback.

In 2011, James began taking guitar instruction from GIT graduate Scott Allen to attain a deeper understanding of harmony and technique. Connecting the dots now from a different perspective in his latest release, Sum Of The Parts.


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