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December-January 2002
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Wickedly Raw Blues Unleashed

December-January 2002
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Legacy Of Great Twin Guitar Rock

December-January 2002
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Live-In-The-Studio Free Improvisations

December-January 2002
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Defining England's Instrumental Rock

December-January 2002
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Music For Fretted & Fretless, Electric & Classical

December-January 2002
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Blending Jazz/Rock With Pop Arrangements

December-January 2002
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Instrumental Mayhem From UK Shredder

February-March 2003
Guitar Haus

I sent Lion Music a CD and they emailed me saying they were interested in signing me. I`m really happy to be with Lion. Some of the guitarists I grew up listening to are on that label, and that`s cool for me because it kind of lets me know that I`m finally on their level.

February-March 2003
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Releases Dynamite Chicago Blues CD/DVD

February-March 2003
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Black Sheep Of The Blues

February-March 2003
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Rhythmic Brazilian Fusion/Jazz/Rock

February-March 2003
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Over The Edge Instrumental Rock

February-March 2003
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Reflective Classical/New Age Instrumentals

February-March 2003
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My, What Loud Guitars You Have

February-March 2003
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Atmospheric Electric/Acoustic Instrumentals

February-March 2003
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Fluid, Organic, Bluesy Rock

February-March 2003
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Bass-Oriented, Rhythmically Heavy Fusion

February-March 2003
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Emerging From Hiatus With Jazz Standards

February-March 2003
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Expanding The Possibilites Of Solo Guitar

February-March 2003
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Delivering Multi-Genre Instrumentals

April-May 2003
Martin Schmidt

The main thing over here is, we have big media problems. People that do weirder kind of music, jazz, fusion or blues, there is not a big radio market for it, like there is in other countries. As a result of that, people don¥t get to hear the music and they don¥t show up at the gigs.

April-May 2003
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Let The Countdown Begin

April-May 2003
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A Modern Approach To Flamenco

April-May 2003
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An Arsenal Of Chops

April-May 2003
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Blending New Age, Folk & Celtic

April-May 2003
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Music Encompassing Many Moods & Styles

April-May 2003
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Doin' It With Just Bass & Vocals

April-May 2003
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Howe's This Rock/Fusion?

April-May 2003
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Mastering The Musical Use Of The Guitar

April-May 2003
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Mood-Driven Blues Instrumentals

April-May 2003
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Santa Margarita's Metal Mayhem

April-May 2003
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Rock Instrumentalist Seeks Contract

April-May 2003
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Fusing Funk, Blues, Jazz & Country

June-July 2003
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Brazilian Progressive Metal

June-July 2003
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Modern, 'Greenwich Village Style' Fusion

June-July 2003
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Soliciting Progressive Instrumental Fans

June-July 2003
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A Flair For Phrasing

June-July 2003
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Pursuing A Bluesy Vision

June-July 2003
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Some Sort Of Portuguese Progressive

June-July 2003
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Neo-Classical Metal Demos From Italy

June-July 2003
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Psychedelic Hard Rocker

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