Jeff Wyatt | Max and the Squirrel

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Max and the Squirrel

by Jeff Wyatt

Being a guitarist for over 4 decades, Jeff Wyatt has been affected by many musical styles, but often settles back into Blues. The instrumental MAX AND THE SQUIRREL is a definite departure, taking a direction into Jazz and World music influences.
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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'MAX AND THE SQUIRREL' is the story of a beloved dog who especially loved chasing squirrels. The story is "told" as a guitar instrumental with percussion and upright bass accompaniment. To add to the fun of the upbeat music, Max's bark is interspersed within the tune. Max has the final say at the conclusion of the track. The overall musical style is a mix of finger-style jazz guitar, classical guitar with World Fusion rhythms.

The music was used as the musical soundtrack for the popular video "Bike Frame Building School 101" by Mike Freda. This video can be found on YouTube as well as on Brodie Bikes website.

You can listen to the instrumental track in it's entirety on the RECORDINGS page at
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**CREDITS**

© 2011 Jeff Wyatt (SOCAN), arranged by Jeff Wyatt
LABEL: Cardboard Alley Music
RELEASE DATE: August 1st, 2011.
PRODUCED BY: Jeff Wyatt
RECORDED AT: Cardboard Alley Music recording facility, Burnaby BC, 2009
ENGINEERED & MIXED BY: Jeff Wyatt
MASTERED WITH: T-RackS 3 Deluxe.
ART WORK & COVER DESIGN BY: Jeff Wyatt
PHOTOGRAPHY BY: Jeff Wyatt
PARTICULARS: First digital single release. Guitar, midi bass and midi percussion performed by Jeff Wyatt. Recorded on a dual processor PowerMac G5. Software used included Digidesign ProTools andMiroslav Philharmonikand a host of IK Multimedia processors available in T-RackS 3 Deluxe.


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