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October-November 2000
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English Guitarist Looks For Record Company Interest

October-November 2000
Guitar Haus

All Latin or world music requires a very strong groove even if it is slow. That was a challenge since I am coming from a rock/fusion area. It helped my playing that way. Also when it came to soloing, I could not rely on my legato technique as much since it would not come out as well. Thus I worked on my alternate picking for a few months before the recording.

December-January 2000
Guitar Haus

I have always played because I love the guitar and now since 1994, when I again started being in charge of the projects I was involved in I have felt the freedom to make the music I want to make and that I personally enjoy.

December-January 2000
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Chicago's Hardest Working Blues Band

December-January 2000
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Blues, Jazz & World Influences

December-January 2000
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Swirling Electric & Appealing Acoustic Guitar

December-January 2000
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Instrumental E.P. From Down Under

December-January 2000
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Creedence-influenced Songwriter Makes Mark

December-January 2000
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Shredder Practices All Day Long

December-January 2000
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Italian Instrumentalist Distributes Demo

December-January 2000
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Instrumentalist, Teacher, Guitarist, Writer

December-January 2000
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Phenomenology Of The Musical Unconscious

December-January 2000
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Guitarist Works Instrumental & Christian Rock

December-January 2000
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Instrumental Rock Shredder Looks To The Future

December-January 2000
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Blazing Instrumental Funk Rock

February-March 2001
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Solo Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist

February-March 2001
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Latin/Flamenco Based Music Marks Debut

February-March 2001
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Full-Time Musician Promotes Original CDs

February-March 2001
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Personal Blues Sound Attracts Attention

February-March 2001
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Instrumentalist Fuses Rock, Blues, Jazz, Funk & Country

February-March 2001
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When Irish Shred Is Smiling

February-March 2001
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Developing A Modern Arpeggione

February-March 2001
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Hammering Home Guitar Fury

February-March 2001
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East Meets West In Asian/Oriental Metal

February-March 2001
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Italy's Most Unique Jazz/Blues

February-March 2001
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Croatian Studio Guitarist Steps Out

February-March 2001
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Guitar-Based Alternative Realities

April-May 2001
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Instrumentals Blending Rock & Jazz

April-May 2001
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Burnin' On All Instrumental Rock CD

April-May 2001
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Brazilian Guitarist Offers Eclectic Instrumentals

April-May 2001
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Powerful Acoustic Folk

April-May 2001
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Original Acoustic Adult-Rock

April-May 2001
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French Rock Instrumentalists Look Abroad

April-May 2001
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Duo Cranks Out Progressive Instrumentals

April-May 2001
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Fresh Acoustic Guitar Fusion

April-May 2001
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Instrumentalist Plans Rock Opera

April-May 2001
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Steel String Acoustic Originals

April-May 2001
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Music To Curdle Your Milk

April-May 2001
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Guitarist Seeks Music Industry Position

February-March 2001
Joe Matera

Everyone wants to be loved, and for a musician guitar player that means to be heard and loved with unbiased ears. I want to keep the freedom I`ve attained by being a guitarist. That outlaw time zone I mentioned. It`s an achievement that`s ongoing, you could say I have achieved it, but you have to stay on the case, because things can change on any given day. You can`t let creativity stop.

February-March 2001
Randy Allar

Actually I started playing flamenco before playing electric guitar. It`s always been a love of mine. Unfortunately, when you`re doing pop records, I`d bring it out. The response I`d get is, `Save it for your own record.` So I have my own flamenco record which came out a couple of months ago.

February-March 2001
Guitar Haus

Well, this a great time for bands and independent record labels. The exposure is endless and the quality is so much better than even 10 years ago. I think bands will get smart and start to depend less on the company to put it in stores and see more of the future music listeners downloading the album. This would cost less for the buyer and give more to the band.

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