Sheri Matascik | At the End of the Day

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At the End of the Day

by Sheri Matascik

Solo fingerstyle guitar with elements from contemporary folk, Appalachian, classical, jazz, and Celtic styles. People call it 'calm, relaxing music.'
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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1. Kickin Around K-Town
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2. The 10th Time
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3:29 album only
3. Aunt Rosie's Hill
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4:03 album only
4. Moonlit Clouds
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3:59 album only
5. Tennessee Sunrise
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4:18 album only
6. Simple But True
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7. Finding Santa Cruz
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8. Sailing The Spanish Seas
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9. Late Night Lament
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10. At the End Of The Day
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11. Twinkie's Commentary
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Album Notes
This is my first solo guitar release. In it, there are a few different things: classical guitar in a sort of slow Earl Klugh style of playing, steel string guitar in an Appalachian/Celtic sort of popular style, and there's even one piece on ukulele. I use it almost like an Asian style folk instrument in the piece, "Simple but True." Check out some of the tracks and enjoy!


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