Martin Larose | Chemin St. Benoit

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Chemin St. Benoit

by Martin Larose

Folk acoustic guitar playing on steroids...
Genre: Folk: Jazzy folk
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1. Falco'wild Run
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2. La Marche D'alex
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3. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
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4. For Claude
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5. For Zack
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6. Wrapped Around Your Finger
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7. So Long
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8. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
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9. On My Way to Twickenham
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10. For Zack / I Forget You Everyday (Live)
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11. Martin's Rag
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Martin Larose is a fantastic harp / tap guitar player coming from Canada...A seasoned guitarist in his own rights, Martin has been playing, recording, composing and touring for the last 20 years. Reminiscent of the works done by guitarist like Michael Hedges, Leo Kottke and Eddie Van Halen, Martin offers a unique brand of guitar playing...some sort of high-octane technique supporting beautiful and intricate songs.
If superior guitar playing is your thing, you ought to buy this amazing album.


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