Joe Saunders | Holiday On the Moon

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Holiday On the Moon

by Joe Saunders

Eclectic rock of the instrumental kind; fans of guitar music should feel right at home.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Modus Operandi
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2. Stealth
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3. Easy Does It
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4. Groovy Train
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5. Dirty Red Box
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6. Singing Sun
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7. Danger Colours
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8. Confused
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9. Master of Chrome
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10. Deep in a Daydream
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11. A Parallel Thought
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The aim this time was not to outshine the first album because I couldn't have put more effort into it if I tried, but to continue on the instrumental path with the same commitment without repeating myself, and see what I could do differently while still sounding like me.

So I hope the new album surprises you as much as I surprised myself at times; songs like A parallel Thought, Danger Colours, Stealth, Singing Sun and Deep in a Daydream are certainly steps in several different directions. You'll never please everyone but that kind of diversity is important to me at least.

Another thing I care about very much is something that has become a dying art; the sequence of an album. You can be sure that many hours and internal conflicts went by before the order of the track list was finally chosen. Once again I decided to avoid having a title track, which meant more work for me but the result is the people listening can pick their own flagship song without being swayed in any direction.


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Holiday on the Moon

Pure genius.....
This album is not only inspired and cleverly constructed, it redefines what a true musician can create when expressing creativeness whilst staying true to their roots. each track is different, yet linked and tells a real story.
I cannot wait to sample the next chapter in this guys musical journey!
Keep up the great work fella!

PhillD

Effortless mix of style and substance
I am on my second (and waiting for 3rd) album by Joe Saunders and have to say each one is lovingly constructed. The album flows together which each song naturally complementing the predecessor, meaning he must have spent time on the tracklisting rather than just putting a series of great tracks on a CD. This is the mark of someone who loves their music and has a feel for the art, rather than just making some music.
The tracks themselves cover a wide variety of styles, be it a ballsy AC/DC driving rock style of Stealthto the aptly named Easy Does It and jangly Confused that sound like summer day tunes for sitting in the park.
My personal favourite though is track 11 which sounds like an early raw Foo Fighters track.
All in all its a great album from a man at the top of his game!