V/A | Shawn Lane Remembered vol I

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Shawn Lane Remembered vol I

by V/A

a tribute to the the genius Shawn Lane
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. ...And The Wind Cries Shawn
Alex Masi
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2. T-Zone Rhythm
Patrik Carlsson
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3. Shamans
Stephan Forte
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4. Mr. Musique
Craig Erickson
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5. Mike Crow's Mailbox Of Doom!
Dave Martone
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6. Gray Pianos Flying
Charly Sahona
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7. Always Remembered
George Bellas
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3:35 $0.99
8. No Tiempo Da Laranja Doce
Goncalo Pereira
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9. Epilogue for Liza
Rusty Cooley
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10. Delusion
Marcel Coenen
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11. Moonlane Sonata (Intro) The Hurt The Joy
Tony Smotherman
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12. Colors of Tomorrow
Francisco Fareri
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13. Changíng Lanes
Joop Wolters
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14. Five Lanes
Lars Eric Mattsson
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15. The Life of a Miracle
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Album Notes
Alex Masi remembers, "This entity that appeared out of nowhere and almost materialized but not quite... Shawn Lane, one of those mysteries that are made all the more mysterious by their transcendental qualities that place them halfway between dream and reality. Playing guitar for Shawn wasn't necessarily the ultimate goal as much as it was a 'symptom' of his being... somebody said that he could have done great things in pretty much any field he decided to tackle, and I believe that as well... his vast knowledge of so many varied subjects is now the stuff of legends, and it's all true. Sure, he was the supreme beast on the guitar but he was in a category created uniquely for him and never to be acccessed again by other players. There will never be another Shawn Lane, just like there will never be another Van Gogh. It wasn't the speed, the choice of notes, the touch, the tone, the vibrato, the fact that he could blaze on the piano, his photographic memory, his superior intellect, his oblique sense of humour, his childlike kindness... it was all these things - plus that elusive quality that placed him in that strange area located halfway between dream and reality." Volume 1 feature contributions from George Bellas, Masi and Goncalo Pereira, among others. Instrumental Guitar (Electric (Heavy)/Fusion/Shred),


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