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December-January 2002

Combining Jazz, Indian Music, Breakbeats & Effects

December-January 2002

Defining England's Instrumental Rock

December-January 2002

Steel-String Fingerstyle Instrumentals

December-January 2002

Legacy Of Great Twin Guitar Rock

December-January 2002

Rockin' Tinsel Town With Furious Energy

December-January 2002

Applying Wisdom To Blues/Rock

December-January 2002

Wickedly Raw Blues Unleashed

December-January 2002

Live-In-The-Studio Free Improvisations

December-January 2002

Music For Fretted & Fretless, Electric & Classical

December-January 2002

Instrumental Mayhem From UK Shredder

October-November 2002

Young New Yorker Aspires Towards First CD

October-November 2002

The Internet itself is a huge jungle. I believe it gives a chance for those who don`t make it via a traditional label or distributor, if they know how to reach the audience.

October-November 2002

Let`s face it, it is hard to get a label to pick you up and understand your visions. On the other hand, doing an independent release, you have control and you learn a lot. Sure, it is hard work, but I love to work hard for a dream!

October-November 2002

Blues Rocker Races Towards Slide Guitar Fame

October-November 2002

Instrumental Rock From Kazakstan

October-November 2002

Welcome (Back) To The Jungle

October-November 2002

Hard Edged Rhythms & Meditative Melodies

October-November 2002

Old Instrumental Groove Is New Again

October-November 2002

Rock Fusionist Promotes Latest Demo

October-November 2002

Part Jazz, Part Fusion, Part Electronic

October-November 2002

Reggae Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter

October-November 2002

Absorb This Divergent Heavy Progressive Rock

October-November 2002

Italian Rock Instrumentalist Looks For Label

October-November 2002

Austrian Instrumentalist Balances Melody & Virtuosity

August-September 2002

English Instrumentalist Seeks Record Deal

August-September 2002

A Bit Of Reggae, A Bit Of Blues

August-September 2002

Steel Guitar Sounding Instrumentals

August-September 2002

The gear we use is a major part of the Plankton sound. We¥re resting on a solid foundation of the classic sounds from the 60¥s and 70¥s, made famous by Hendrix, Cream and Led Zeppelin among others. It¥s basically Strats into various vintage Marshall amps and cabinets.

August-September 2002

I recently purchased an 18 track digital recorder made by Roland. I love having it and I`m amazed at the quality recordings with relatively little effort. I plan to do the third Delirious Tremor CD with it, as well as most future projects.

August-September 2002

Canada's Premier Smooth Jazz

August-September 2002

Revealing Heavy Metal Future Plans

August-September 2002

Pennsylvania's Progressive Metal Man

August-September 2002

Hard-Driving Guitar Surf Music

August-September 2002

Three Speedy Demo Tracks

August-September 2002

Musician Looks Toward Favored Nations

August-September 2002

From The Heart Of The Blues

August-September 2002

Crossing The Line Between Acoustic & Electric

August-September 2002

Instrumental Rocker Seeks Record Company

June-July 2002

Professional Musician Makes Waves

June-July 2002

Experimental Explorations On Electric Guitar

June-July 2002

Instrumental Blues Guitar

June-July 2002

Jazzy Instrumentals With A Tropical Feel

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