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One of the best known hi-res SACD and DSD Download albums that continues to be ranked by audiophiles in the top shelves of sonic quality and performance. Original acoustic live studio session recorded directly DSD (Sonoma Workstation) in 2002 by Gus Skinas (superaudiocenter.com).
This album has both stereo and a 5.1 multichannel mixes, originally released as a hybrid multichannel SACD that was instantly recognized for its pure DSD analog like sound and feel. Recognized with its release in 2003 by the Surround Music Association, "The Window" continues to be a comfy, pristine recording featuring an ensemble of Boulder and Denver bluegrass legends accompanying David in these live studio takes.
DSD Mixes and mastering made no use of any effects or compression. There are no edits or overdubs here, just the live studio performance captured in 2.8mHz, 1 bit Pure DSD.
Musicians: David Elias - acoustic, vocal, harmonica | Sally Van Meter - dobro, weissenborn | Matt Flinner - mandolin, Irish bouzouki | Ross Martin - electric guitar | Eric Thorin - upright bass | Chris Kee - upright bass | Marc Dalio - drums | John Magnie - keyboards, accordion | Eric Moon - keyboards | Charlie Natzke - acoustic
DSD Engineer: Gus Skinas | Studio Engineer, Live Mix: Jeff Shuey | DSD Mix, SACD Master: Gus Skinas |
Recorded at Immersive Sounds in Boulder, Colorado in 3 days in November 2002
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As a followup to the live studio minimal microphone approach to hi-res DSD recording, "Crossing" was created in 2005 at Slipperworld Studios in La Honda, California. "Crossing" again used the Sonoma DSD workstation to capture the performance directly from microphones via vintage Meitner DSD ADC converters.
Musicians were arranged in a full circle including upright bass and drums. This intimacy gives "Crossing" a very personal translation to the listener in both stereo and multichannel 5.1 surround sound, placing the listener in the center of the circle facing the singer.
"Crossing" and "The Window" have been all time best-sellers on audiophile retail sites such as NativeDSD.com. Visit NativeDSD.com for their exclusive extension of the DSD sound quality to DSD128, 256 and 512 using their Higher Resolution Program techniques for the most critical listening.
Musicians: David Elias - acoustic, vocal | Sally Van Meter - dobro, weissenborn | Matt Flinner - mandolin | Eric Thorin - upright bass | Chris Kee - upright bass | Marc Dalio - drums | Ken Owen - drums | Reid Dennis - percussion | John Havard - electric guitar | David Philips - pedal steel guitar
DSD Engineer: Charle Natzke | Studio Engineer and Live Mix: Charlie Natzke | DSD Mix, SACD Master: Gus Skinas
Recorded at Slipperworld Studios in La Honda California in 2005
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Known worldwide as one of the purest acoustic direct DSD recordings the acoustic trio session began and ended on the same morning in the La Honda Hills above Hwy 1 (San Gregorio). This 4 hour session captured the sounds of 2 acoustic guitars and voices and an upright bass being played and sang within arms length of the 3 musicians standing in a close circle.
The trademark minimal microphone approach taken by Elias in his previous SACDs was repeated here with microphones for each instrument and vocal. In addition microphones in the ceiling and back walls were, as with "The Window" and "Crossing" used to capture the natural reverberation and ambient characteristics of the recording space. Only these tracks were used in the Pure DSD mix on the Sonoma workstation, avoiding all compression and outboard or digital effects. There are no overdubs or edits in these mixes.
Musicians: David Elias - acoustic, vocals | Charlie Natzke - acoustic, vocals | Chris Kee - upright bass
DSD and Studio Engineer: Charlie Natzke | DSD Mix: David Elias | DSD Master: Gus Skinas
Recorded at Slipperworld Studios, La Honda, California in 4 hours. Mixed as Pure DSD in a single (long) night.
David Elias's least understood but perhaps his widest lense of songwriting and performance in his DSD album catalog, "Slipper DSD Sessions" provides a glimpse into the varied expressions in sound ranging from whisper quiet acoustic ("Miracles Take Time (solo)" to a Heavy Wood sound with nothing more than an acoustic guitar, upright bass and drums ("White & Blue") or a wilderness ranger roving type apocolypse as an acoustic/electric quartet ("Poor Polly").
These songs are all live studio performances without overdubs or edits. Creative, Inventive, Spontaneous, Intimate
Musicians: David Elias - acoustic, vocal | Charlie Natzke - electric guitar, vocal | Chris Kee - upright bass | Scott Beynon - electric bass | Ken Owen - drums
DSD and Studio Engineer: Charlie Natzke | Analog Mix: Charlie Natzke | DSD Master: Gus Skinas
Recorded live studio direct to Sonoma DSD Workstation at Slipperworld Studios in La Honda, California in 2006 and 2007
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This is the native Pure DSD64 (2.8MHz, 1-bit) recording made live in the San Gregorio General Store in 2007 as an analog board live stereo mix. It has not been edited nor have any effects or compression been added. See additional credits below. It is prepared for download and playback as as 3 DSF audio files (2.7GB, 2.8GB, 145MB). A PDF booklet is included as are photos (Zip file) from the show. You must have playback equipment (DSD DAC) compatible with this audio format.
Please contact the artist if you have any questions before purchase. An MQA download version of the same performance created from this Pure DSD source master is also available.
-- Contains Explicit Language --
ORIGINAL RELEASE At This Music Store, January 2021 Lyrics & Notes PDF
This unadulterated live performance of David Elias & The CasualTees in the San Gregorio General Store (2007) presents a complete insider's view of the power of the 9-piece CasualTees band delivering sound to their favorite local crowd on the San Mateo Coast, off Hwy 1 south of San Francisco.
This 3rd night in a series of shows presented on behalf of beloved band member John Havard (1950 - 2009) who performs his Stratocaster magic with The CasualTees in this recording.
Legendary and local hero John Nowland provided the 22-track live mix to DSD64 stereo recorded by Gus Skinas and Dr. Andrew Demery. This album is 100% unedited and is just over 2 hours in length (3 DSF audio files). Listen to the real thing in a 100+ year old General Store aka Acoustic Nirvana with its high ceilings and pots & pans & farmer clothes & books, books, books.
Musicians: David Elias - acoustic, vocal, harmonica | John Havard - electric guitar | Charlie Natzke - semi-acoustic/electric, vocal | Scott Beynon - electric bass, vocal | Ken Owen - drums | Reid Dennis - percussion | Gary McArthur - flute, tenor sax | Roger Powell, keyboards
DSD Engineers: Gus Skinas, Dr. Dem | Live Mix: John Nowland | DSD Master: David Elias
Recorded live (~2 hrs, 15 minutes) in the San Gregorio General Store, San Gregorio, California in 2007
01-02 Silver Pen, Too Early To Tell (13:24)
03-04 Not Another Minute, Stand In The Middle (13:31)
05-06 I'll Never Know Tomorrow, Roll Right On (17:06)
07-08 Lost In The Green, The Riddle Song (13:39)
09-10 You Never Know, The Road To Bethlehem (10:57)
11 ...until 06:55...(break for intermission)..., Hummingbird (12:18)
12-13 Heaven's Destiny, Audience of One (11:28)
14-15 Poor Polly, Save The Church (17:36)
16-17 Good Old Days, Field Of Wood (14:32)
18-19 Hi, Before Those Winter Nights (16:02)
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A wonderful sampler of David Elias's DSD work compiling curated tracks from his various full albums and EP's. Get introduced to the authentic and natural sounds of acoustic music performed in a studio and captured with its analog feel in a digital format that is permanent and 100% consistent in sound quality forever. As Gus Skinas (original Sony SACD Project, SuperAudioCenter.com) said long ago "It sounds like analog tape only better."
Tracks included here are from "The Window", "Crossing", "Acoustic Trio DSD Sessions" and "Slipper DSD Sessions".
Feature Interview with David Elias by The Witchdoctor in New Zealand
"The High Resolution Musician" by Dr. Richard Varey
"Anyone serious about experiencing realistic recorded music reproduction should hear David’s high definition albums on a high performance playback system." - The Witchdoctor
"As usual your music makes me always so quiet, so at ease as almost no other music can.Thank God for your talent." - Gert, The Netherlands
"I really appreciate your music! Please continue giving us those brilliant poems combined with clear sound. Greetings from Germany!" - Florian, Germany
"Never have I enjoyed nor experienced from music what you were able to do and communicate through your heartfelt expressions. Well done! Congratulations...Each track seemed to take you on a journey ultimately yielding to an experience of its very own. The lyrics expressed through the music combined left me in a place of awe. " - Doug L, underground 1960's FM DJ, Berkeley
"I am now on my second listen [Crossing] and the sound quality is glorious. Your voice sounds close miked? Your voice also sounds similar to Chris Rea's. My wife also mentioned this! It is a wonderful album, chilled and mostly laid back, and your voice, guitars and percussion all sound very natural with classy musicianship." - Jonathan, UK
Essential Recording author: Reviewer AcousticSounds.com This 5.1/stereo hybrid SACD is an essential recording for anyone interested in contemporary folk music. The recording quality is excellent. The music and lyrics are quite beautiful. And as the big commercial record companies implode all around us, David Elias proves that much of the best contemporary music is coming from private labels today. He also proves that quality recordings can be made inexpensively and that the SACD format just may survive!
An icon among singer-songwriters of America author: Michael J. Downey With the release of "Crossing," David Elias has re-affirmed his place as an icon among singer-songwriters of America. For David, it seems truly a crossing of old and new technologies - warm, wooden, acoustic instruments recorded on state-of-the-art Sonoma DSD equipment. Also crossing exciting new tracks (the gritty, gunslinger Dobro of "Morning Light/Western Town," the vivid, honest imagery of"Crossing," and the signature David Elias way of making a yearning, existential paean sound hopeful, as in "One More Savior") while breathing new life into a few of David's classic tunes ("Mend My Mind," "Heaven's Destiny," and "Changing Down"). But the real irony of David Elias' "Crossing" is the friendly way it greets you ears on first listen, and then finds it's way into your heart thereafter. And once that happens, you're a fan for life. Lucky for us, David's prolific songwriting keeps us fed with gems like "Crossing." # Awesome author: Alpha This is the first time I have heard David Elias, but it certainly won't be the last.
More than Great! author: Serious-Music (MIX Review Crew) This track [Morning Light/Western Town] is more than great. Full of my taste. The instrumentation and the clear recording are wonderful. But the vocals also in this song so great like the other songs which I have listened. This song sounds full of instruments! My favourite-track.
Excellent Performance author: Mike Kissel David delivers again on a fantasic tune [Mend My Mind]. The spaciousness of the mix and the live recording is so perfect and gives you the feeling he's sitting on your porch and singing the late summer afternoon...Just an excellent performance and perfectly written, relaxing song. The mandolin is so smooth and fits so good.
Hear an Original author: GinNger SparklezZz - MIX Review Crew The Vocals are great. Fantastic recording quality and EQ! Nice! Nice! Nice! Very professional crisp sound! You have a great voice(and hey, you don't sound like anyone else but you!). :) Always nice to hear an original such as yourself.
Mind Mending author: Phillip E. Hardy David is a bona fide folk music talent in the tradition of popular 70's artists like Gordon Lightfoot and Jim Croce. This track [Mend My Mind] is so damn pleasant to hear and I wish I heard more music like this at OMD. The vocals and guitar work are effortless and beautiful and the production is as clean as it gets. The mandolin work on this tune also adds tremendous color and fills in without being overbearing. This is great work by an artist who deserves your attention.
Top Notch Material author: Billy This stuff is reminiscent of Jim Croce. It immediately came to my mind as soon as I heard it. The production of this tune [Mend My Mind] is flawless. This is not a genre I would normally choose but it's good for kicking back and if there are more independent artists out there as good as David Elias then I will tune in to this stuff more often.
What I Need To Hear author: Will I just wanted you to know that i have been listening to these songs on a regular basis. And it is just absolutely beautiful and moving. The perfect instrumentation for every song just totally gets me. Your voice is lifted to amazing height with this music. And i'm glad because everything you say is what I need to hear. Anyone who hasn't heard this is really missing out. Thank you thank you thank you.
Something Special author: Breel His Greatness David Elias provides another masterpiece... as usual. But yet something is different. Is it the melody that hooked me up at the first listening? No, as usual. Is it the words that make me slip into David Elias' world and make me feel like it was mine? No, as usual. Could it be the perfect instrumentation all played with care and without any kind of showing off, doubled up with a charming voice that suggests an owner with loads of life-experience. No, just as usual. Maybe it's that every David Elias song makes you feel like it's kind of different because they're all something special.
Perfect all the way author: M. Frazier Everything about this song [Crossing] is simply musical. The epitome of true modern music. A great story, excellent songwriting, musical changes, musicianship, vocals, production. Smooth, heartfelt and stirs images in the minds of the listeners (speaking for myself - and I bet a lot more). This is one of the best tunes I've heard for a long time, anywhere. Super work all around. Very pleased I found this one.
Poetry and Storytelling author: Maria Daines 'Loneliness must be where friendship and the road meet...' A knock me over piece of writing that says so much more inside, under and over the lines. A quiet place of light, like walking through autumn leaves with the sun laying her golden fingers across the land and as you stroll you hear a song in your head, the solitude of peace. You sing and play a journey here and take us along with you, from your shoulder we can share the experience of being in anothers shoes, a brief gimpse of an artists heart. A professional recording of the highest quality, everything in balance so perfectly. Easing us into a kind of comfort and beauty. Sheer heaven. Thank you.
From the first note, it's apparent this is an extraordinary recording author: Stereophile, March 2006 Issue From the first note, it's apparent that this is an extraordinary recording...This is intelligent and melodic pop folk-rock, and Elias's singing is honest and tuneful...Unlike Elias's 2003 SACD 'The Window', all but two tracks on 'Crossing' were recorded at Slipperworld by Charlie Natzke. The result is a warmer, more intimate 5.1 sound that retains all the kick and deep immersion of the earlier disc. Even the two-channel tracks sound great.
David Elias is Your Songman! author: Guy Michetti - Review Crew, Mixposure A beautiful pastoral melody with David's soulful intimate vocal is a feast for any music lover. And he writes and sings lyrics that actually mean something. Poetry married to music! It that's what you are looking for then David Elias is your songman!
Another "Must Have" disc for Super Audio CD fans author: HighFidelityReview.com In every case, the recording captures the acoustics of the live performance and the direct to DSD approach to the project offers amazing detail, clarity and sonics. If you want to hear an album that really shows what the Super Audio CD format is all about, Crossing is clearly in that category. As with Elias' prior SACD release, I can quite confidently predict this will be another "must have" disc for Super Audio CD fans.
You MUST buy this author: Paul Twa I bought David's first DSD/SACD offering 'The Window' on a whim while shopping at a high end audio shop in Singapore. I was pleasantly surprised by the material and the mix. When I heard that he had come out with a new DSD/SACD I purchased it immediately. This CD places you right in the middle of the artists - incredible sound - always relaxing, very intimate. Good singer/songwriters are few and far between - gather a small group of like minded individuals to record some fantastic music and you have created something that is a pleasure to listen to again and again. As long as David Elias releases CD's such as this (and in this format) I will continue to buy them.
A GREAT CD! author: Dick Metcalf, aka Rotcod Zzaj A new recording format (DSD), which the liners say is "the highest resolution media available anywhere today", is featured on this great little CD in from David! I was first introduced to David's wonderful acoustic guitar & vocals over at MIXPOSURE (www.mixposure.com ), by Guy Michetti (who is a fantastic player in his own right). Elias' music takes me back nearly 30 years, to an era where the singers were able to reach right out & touch your soul with their lyrics (think James Taylor, maybe). David's voice is a natural for this kind of music, & his lyric-writing skills are top-o'-th'-line. There's a tinge of country & a flash of John Denver, but I'd say his singing & lyrical style reminds me (more) of one of my all-time favorite singers, Bruce Cockburn. Simple messages wrapped in intelligent & meaningful words. If you like this type of music, I'd suggest you keep your ear on Mr. Elias... he's got fame & glory coming soon. Be sure you're there to enjoy it with him... I will be, for sure! This CD gets a MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED from my ears! Learn more about David & his music at www.davidelias.com or purchase the CD at http://cdbaby.com/elias6
You all should buy David Elias'cds! author: Sarah Micol I met David Elias by chance. His talent and his creativity amazed me. I had to have one of his recordings, then I got "Crossing": while I'm writing this review I'm playing this cd. Believe me: it's something everyone should have! 12 tracks that's a pleasure to play. My favourite track is "One more Saviour", so sweet, sounds like a lullaby for my baby boy. All these tracks are amazing. This album will never get you bored. it will lead you to a beautiful journey and you'll get lost by the perfect harmonies built by an amazing and talented artist, that's David Elias. Highly recommended!
Doesn't get any better than this. Euphoric! author: Tom Huffstutler David has hit on all cylinders with this one. May as well be as inviting him and his wonderful band into your living room. Every aspect from composition,personel and end results in the mastering process are as good as these 55 year old ears have heard. I can't wait til the next one.
A wonderful surprise... author: Tony Hartley, The English Lake District The songs build up from a gentle beginning to the electric Morning Light / Western Town, the driving rhythm of Heaven's Destiny and the sprightly The Riddle Song. The sound is superb throughout with a surround mix that makes full use of the rear speakers. I bought the disc "blind" not knowing what to expect - I cannot stop playing it! Very highly recommended.
Great sound just relax and enjoy the music author: Marcel Treier Perfect recording just sit down relax and enjoy
Great acoustic music! author: Hans Simon Dahle I love these David Elias recordings! I just got aquainted with his writings skills and singing style, combined with wonderful and sometimes haunting melodies, packaged in a mesh of fine acoustic instumental playing. Music for the heart and the soul! I also highly recommend his two SACDs - The Window and Crossing - they're a treat!
Your Way author: Farrell Very soothing tune and your vocal tone really sets the stage for a relaxing listen. Nice mix with the acoustic bass. The chorus [If I Had My Way] has that infectious sing along appeal. Nice writing!
Don't Change author: Lothar Everything fits beautiful together: great acoustic work combined with perfect vocals (Compliments also to Charlie Natzke for his backing-vocals)! Greetings from Germany
It's Time For A Change... author: Guy Michetti Man I know that my review of this wonderful song [Changing Down] and performance by David, is not even going to come close to how superb this song is. Ok but I'll try... When you hear those guitars at the beginning.. the way they sound sonically, the way they are being played, the notes they are playing, (can we say brilliant articulation and prhasing.. have you read Pablo Casals book?) the mood that is instantaneously created, you have to know that something amazing is happening. Then when Davic starts to sing with that beautiful and passionate voice that creates images and pictures and feels like a friend like you've never known, starts to sing a simple elegy that can radically change your world and make you feel good at the same time. It is a rare thing when a artist of David Elias' caliber comes your way. He is an artist a voice that needs to be heard. The change is coming... The fact that David isn't on the cover of every musical trade journal( yet that is) is indicative to me of an industry that has lost its soul with no direction home or anywhere else. The change is coming... There will be a new morning for music someday, and one of the bright stars on that horizon is David Elias and his music. I was right, I haven't even come close to writing a good review. Just listen to the music. Listen. Listen.. listen...The change is coming...
One of the most beautiful songs I ever heard... author: eslider This [Vision of Her] is one of the most beautiful songs I have ever heard,the guitars and vocals are wonderful in every way, could not be performed any better, knocked me OUT! # It Doesn't Get Any Better Than This... author: Guy Michetti - MIX Review Crew Simply a beautiful song [One More Savior]. A elegant elegy of introspection! Folks, it does not get any better than this. David has an unlimited supply of muse, and this is one more beautiful tune in what is starting to become a considerable catalog of some of the best independent music anywhere. Yes you can quote me!!
New Benchmark author: LEXZ This [song Changing Down] will become the new benchmark for all other acoustic songs posted at Mixposure. Like "The Riddle Song," it is perfectly played, sung, recorded, and mixed. Superb effort.
Simply Beautiful author: solipsism for those of you who haven't heard David Elias, i can assure you who he is in my opinion one of the best songwriters working today....thoughtful beautiful lyrics meshed with the most beautiful acoustic guitars. soft, gentle and warm this song has everything and more that you'd look for in this genre...it's just about perfect. His vocal performance is stunning and again the soft almost whispering style is perfect for the genre. simply beautiful
Just Beautiful! author: Bubba Blues David Elias is the total package folks. Lyrical genius, beautiful acoustic work, tight rhythm, and great vocals all done flawlessly. This song [Vision of Her] is just another example of all these things.
A Reverie... author: Maria Daines This song [Vision of Her] is so beautiful, it is like the music is filled with sunshine.... Your guitar shades the memories in your voice as it follows you through this tale of plaintive honest human feeling.... Glorious, gentle music that makes the world seem kinder somehow. You are a master craftsman at work bringing your stories and music to life. A class of your own. Thank you.
Beautiful... author: Melo soft as butter, sweet as wild honey. the guitars chime together as one, with the bass pulliing down a kinetic, smoothly propellant groove. this was the first track of david's i heard [take me down the road], and i beetled right over to itunes and had my songwriting bar tidily lifted, way up there. this is homespun, heartfelt folk music at its finest: timeless, elegantly simple, and as familiar as the inside of your favourite backpack. a giant deja-vu, a clear draught from the well. we who love this genre have been gifted in this very fine, sensitive artist. i encourage all to go deeper into this man's work; there are magic moments galore, and the accompanying musicians are worthy of the delicate challenge offered them.
AMAZING! author: Brocklev87 Excellent guitar work [on Take Me Down The Road]. I really like this song, it has an awesome feel to it, and the mix is perfect. sounds well produced. I especially like the harmonies played in the little bridge thing. steady bass line that carries the song. I like it a lot, and I don't really have much to say to criticize it. Lyrics are great. your vocals fit the style perfectly. this one is being added to my radio station, excellent work! :)
Nice & Fun, Nice & Fun, Nice & Fun! author: Doc Quinn What a cool song [The Riddle Song], I love it! The guitar work here is great to say the least. Sounds like a fun performance and fun means a lot in this business. This lil' song/jam made me pick up my guitar and play some with ya'. Keep um' comin' like this man. We can use a lot of this now days. Fun. Fun, Fun! This is great medicine man. All 10's from this Bluesman! ~ Doc
Stand Up and do a Dance! author: Stephen Copek very well done! made me want to stand up and dance. Love the upbeat feel, and love the instrumentals. you have a killer voice. I see a purchase in the near future... keep it up!
Oh So Nice! author: Epiphany As I listen, I'm tapping my toes and I have a smile on my face! Really nice performance and delivery on this one. Great Guitar playing! Nice harmony! Happy fun song [The Riddle Song]. A-1 all the way!
So Easy... author: Loren the guitar playing is beautiful. nice harmonies. you make it sound so easy.
The Riddle Song got me in a full nelson... author: LEXZ Guy said there was this "newcomer" to Mixposure that we should all check out - IMMEDIATELY. Now I see why he wanted us to rush over. This is absolutely impeccably recorded fine acoustic music. Great guitar work and masterfully delivered vocals - no riddle why this song plays so well on my mind.
Nicely Done! author: Edrurv Great live performance. The guitar work is clean and very cool. Great enthusiasm in the vocal selling the lyrics all the way. Rock solid steady on the tempo [The Riddle Song] and just plain good.
What Can I Say... author: DiCarlo WHAT CAN I SAY, EXCEPT........ ANOTHER EXCELLENT SONG!!!!!! [ Transcendental Deprivation Part II + Straw Dream] You guys are soooo tight. Great guitars and bass. Nice vocals and vocal harmonies and excellent lyrics as well. All recorded beautifully. What can I say? Great work.
Masterful author: Valkir This is a breath of fresh air...I can't believe this is live...this sounds perfect...such a joy to listen to someone that has pretty much mastered his craft and is completely comfortable with his instrument in every situation..where the instrument is an extension of himself...this is a masterful performance by all 3 of you gentlemen...I tip my hat to you all. 4X Yes, MIX PIX
Two For The Price Of One author: mbridge This [Transcendental Deprivation Part II + Straw Dream] is a very unconventional song, mixing a pure instrumental piece on the front end and then finishing it off with connected by different song with instrumentals complimented by voice. At 9:18 this is a long song, but fear not, it will leaving you wanting another 9:18. The front part of the song reminds me of early colonial music. The musicianship is remarkable. Beautiful finger picked harmonies weave between guitars and bass making you just want to kick back with a glass of wine and sit in front of a fire and reflect. If this were purely instrumental I would be satisfied but wait...there's more. The backend of the song slows down but continues with beautiful guitar picking but adds lead and backup vocals that add to the reflective/contemplative mood set by the guitar playing with their soft tones and harmonies. What a warming treat on this cold Tuesday morning in Boston.
loved it author: Lloyd Towne came thru the US Post in fine fettle. have listened to it several times already.
Not all guitar is wailing, distorted shred lines! author: Alan Wagner, Kelowna, BC I am a guitar instructor in Kelowna, BC Canada and I am trying to teach my students that not all guitar is wailing, distorted shred lines. That you can take an acoustic, put away your pick, and make some music that is more "musical" than most of what you hear on radio, MTV etc...So I was searching Google for acoustic guitar music and eventually hit your webcast. I clicked to have a quick listen and sat through it in its entirety and enjoyed every minute of it. Thanks, Alan Wagner
excellent! author: andyman David is always the best!
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