Steve Gladman | Liquideyes

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by Steve Gladman

Kick arse guitar driven album, powerhouse riffs and screaming solos. But always melodic and song orientated
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Monster Mosh
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2. The Open Road
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3. Stratosfear
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4. Truth
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5. Unearthed
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6. The Great Unknown
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7. Steve's Blues
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8. Liquideyes
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9. Cold October
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10. ASBO
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11. Eclipse
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Album Notes
Steve Gladman is one of the most talented and undiscovered guitarists in the UK. He first picked up the guitar aged 13 and has gone on to play live with many different bands in the South of England.

Steve's first solo album "Liquideyes" really shows a diverse and interesting collection of instrumental tracks. Ranging from the s.o.a.d style riffing on the massive album opener "Monster Mosh" to the Stevie ray Vaughn inspired strat playing on "Steve's Blues".

Every song on this album is treated with respect and maturity, instead of endless guitar solos that seem to go on forever and dont go anywhere Steve's tracks are more focused on strong melodys and hooks that grab you straight away. Worry not guitar fans as guitar solos are not in short supply! Check out "stratosfear" for some great lead work and the epic "truth" for its colossal outro solo which could easily be from a Richie Sambora or Gary Moore tune.

This album ticks all the boxes for a great instrumental guitar album.


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Richard Niczyperowicz

A thoroughly enjoyable feel good melodic hard rock instrumental, highly recommen
Today I will be reviewing the album ''Liquid Eyes'' by Steve Gladman. This is a great melodic hard rock instrumental CD, let me tell you why!

This album is straight to the point melodic hard rock done in a instrumental context, but the great melodies speak for themselves. A departure from a lot of albums that focus on flashy guitar work but without the substance, Steve concentrates on slower but extremely catchy melodies from hard to soft - they are really a joy to listen to. This complete with great heavy hard rock riffs and some great clean guitar arpeggio work in the songs contrast really nicely.

There is a bucketload of great memorable melody in this album, it is definitely one of those feel good melodic rock albums done very nicely and articulately by Steve. There is some hints of 80's melodic rock in the songs too which is great, a lot of this album I assume is inspired by that period of music and it sounds great. It also has some bluesy playing in it too most notably the fantastic track ''Steve's Blues'', showing Steve is also a great blues player!

I enjoyed all the tracks on this album, they were fun and catchy to listen to and will have you air guitaring in no time. A feel good melodic hard rock instrumental, I’m sure a lot of people would love this CD, I know I did.

Phil Quail

Guitar rock with real grooves and real tunes!
I bought this album after hearing Steve's demos on the Bare Knuckle guitar pickups forum. I went through a phase of listening to shred guitar albums 20 years ago, and now they bore me to tears - but Steve Gladman's guitar instrumentals have real tunes. He has the good taste to give the melodies priority, which isn't to say he can't throw down when the time is right. The album covers a variety of styles from blues through melodic hard rock to metal, but my own favourites are the big-groove-driven Liquideyes, Monster Mosh and especially Stratosfear. Looking forward to the next one!

Richard from UK

An album of great musical quality but never takes itself to seriously.
Liquideyes really stands out from other guitar instrumental albums i have heard recently. These are actual songs with real catchy tunes not just start to finish guitar widdle. I guess you could say its got soul and a maturity. Each song is different but the album flows really well and at just under 50 minutes is well worth the admission fee. Oh and he solos with the best of them, check him out!

Steve Dawson

A guitar album with real tunes!
Steve Gladman is a guitarist with feel. He also writes a fine tune or 11. Steve shows his versatility playing with fire and passion. This stayed in the cd player in my car for a good while and there are not too many albums I can say that about.For me the stand out track was Steve's Blues as I am a blues fan at heart but it is a well-thought out album. This was a speculative buy- some I win some I lose- here I won.


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Dale Phillips

Great hard rock cd
This guy is new to me, but he sure can rock. There is a good selection of styles on this cd, but all have the identity signiture sound, which I really like. There's more than a little Metallica influence in there and maybe some Whitesnake too. I think awesome covers this one totally.