9 thoughts on “ Flames At The Dakota - Steve Hunter - The Manhattan Blues Project (CD, Album) ”

  1. Feb 20,  · 10 videos Play all Steve Hunter - The Manhattan Blues Project () Szilvi D. Beautiful guitar song - "By the Edge of the Stream" - Guitar Ballad by Dallton Santos - .
  2. Steve Hunter gives Satriani some serious competition for instrumental guitar album of the year for with his latest, "The Manhattan Blues Project". This one is fantastic from beginning to end. Sonically - This is bliss. The attention to detail found on every track .
  3. Jul 15,  · Steve Hunter is undoubtedly one of the music world’s unsung heroes, overshadowed by the people he has played with. But it’s time to discover him. His playing is elegant, with shades of blues, rock and Jazz. And he has created riffs that you’ve heard maybe your whole life without even realizing that it was Steve Hunter playing them.
  4. Manhattan Blues Project is by far the most consistently excellent and rewarding solo work by Steve Hunter to date in my opinion. Steve has been involved in many great band and solo projects in the past (too many to list). In my opinion this is Steve's most heartfelt and personal project. I think it is the best new CD I've heard so far in /5(32).
  5. Steve presents an inclusive vision of New York, with the slide led ‘Flames At The Dakota’ being ode to John and George from the Beatles. And it’s the combination of carefully chosen landmarks, thoughtful ideas, relevant song titles and gently nuanced notes that makes this album very special.
  6. Apr 30,  · Manhattan Blues Project is by far the most consistently excellent and rewarding solo work by Steve Hunter to date in my opinion. Steve has been involved in many great band and solo projects in the past (too many to list). In my opinion this is Steve's most heartfelt and personal project. I think it is the best new CD I've heard so far in /5(32).
  7. This is Steve's fifth solo album and is a culmination of his love of the Blues and New York City mixed with his love of melody and "Tone Poems". After recording and touring with Alice Cooper in , he decided to get off the road to write and record.
  8. The Manhattan Blues Project, Steve Hunter's fifth solo album, is best described as a collection of tone poems. `Flames at The Dakota' is a touching musical remark on the place of John Lennon's death (Hunter's slide guitar work is intentionally reminiscent of George Harrison - two tributes in one), while `Ground Zero' recalls the tragedy /5(29).
  9. The Manhattan Blues Project is the fifth studio album by guitarist Steve lauflamacerusinmadernokasdiskca.xyzinfoed in , the blues guitar album features instrumental interpretations of New York lauflamacerusinmadernokasdiskca.xyzinfo is particularly notable for its all-star lineup of guest musicians: Phil Aaberg, 2Cellos, actor/musician Johnny Depp, Marty Friedman, Michael Lee Firkins, Tommy Henriksen, Tony Levin, Joe Perry, and Joe Satriani.

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