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I am a solo artist who works through the internet. However I play and have played with various musicians; in eclectic music but mostly bluesy jazz, acoustic or
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Peak in sub-genre #37
This is a cool 3 sum collab. with a build up with the slide guitar changes, being enveloped by Corrado Rossi on grand piano, (Italy) & Steve 'Slap' Bone on great harp...just blowin' it away. Jumpin' Jivin' blues stuff. Fine fun international collab.
This is an international collab., with Corrado Rossi (Italy) on grand piano, Slap Johnson (U.K.) on alto sax and my slide guitar playing. A dynamic song that was most fun to do.
This is a guitar mix of a rhythm loop, adding 2 bass & slide and straight ahead bluesy lead guitar.
A collaboration with Europica and Vesa with Pete on bass,percussion and programming and Vesa on lead guitar. Very Funky Bluesy Reggae.
A tune that is influenced by the slide playing of the great late southern bluesmen, Tampa Red and Bukka White.
This tune is a feeflowing guitar, the wind backup blowing the breeze through the hair, while drivin' in a convertible down to Key West, which I did. It's a fusion kinda, with blues, jazz, latin in there.
Peak in sub-genre #30
This is a collab with techno wizard D FORM (Latvia), adding his synth sounds to my slide guitar & percussive sounds, piano. A fusion of Southern slide & electronic artistry.
Inspired by post-impressionism art & life in the countryside. The vibrant '12-string sound' is by using my Variax, then overdubbing, fusing of a 'Fender sound' using the same guitar, giving a blues feel.
A simple jazzybluesy guitar instrumental using some electronics.
Peak in sub-genre #52
A song with some country folk fusion with manolin and slide acoustic guitar.
An original composition by Vesa,on guitar,with MJ Raposo creating a richer groove, adding his synth/bass & percussion & finalizing production.
Peak in sub-genre #42
To the late Duane Allman; Allman Brothers, and session musician. Even though he was recognized for his electric slide, I felt that showing just the man and the acoustic was the raw essential artist here.
A spontaneous combustion of a slide that wanted to go a bit jazzy to infuse something nouveau; n'est pas? I was thinkin'Swampy stuff, thena bit of Django came into the musique. Whalla!
This tune is a simple guitar melody with a gentle percussive backup. Very close to a Flamenco style. Vesa on Spanish guitar. Thanks to Pete Considine for sound mixing the finale.