Kirk Fletcher | My Turn

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My Turn

by Kirk Fletcher

Kirk Fletcher favors toothy Strat tones, stinging bends, and flurries of tight, staccato riffs that seem to pop from his fretboard like little firecrackers.
Genre: Blues: Urban Blues
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1. El Medio Stomp
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3:33 album only
2. Found Love
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3:52 album only
3. Natural Anthem
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4:27 album only
4. Ain't No Way
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3:00 album only
5. My Turn
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5:26 album only
6. Congo Square
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5:10 album only
7. Way Back Home
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8. Blues For Antone
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9. Let Me Have It All
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10. Continents End
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Album Notes
Kirk Fletcher's long awaited return is finally here with "My Turn," his Eclecto Groove Records debut. A lot has happened since "Shades Of Blue," his first effort released back in 2004 for Delta Groove Music. Fletcher toured the world with Charlie Musselwhite and The Fabulous Thunderbirds and was featured prominently on the T-Birds recording "Painted On." He also befriended guitar legend Michael Landau who is not only a featured guest on this recording, but also generously offered Kirk use of his home studio for much of this project. "My Turn" finds Fletcher stretching out instrumentally and exploring new territory on guitar, as well as making his vocal debut on two songs.
Fletcher began playing guitar at the age of eight after watching his brother Walter perform at their father's church. A lif changing experience then occurred at he age of twelve, whereby an impressionable young Kirk witnessed multiple awe-inspiring performances at the Long Beach Blues Festival in 1988. Observing Albert Collins, Bobby "Blue" Bland, and the Staple Singers on stage that weekend forever cemented Fletcher's desire to pursue music and ultimately head down the chosen path of the blues.


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