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Eclectic & Mental Guitar Music-Solo Guitar

Eclectic & Mental Guitar Music-Solo Guitar

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~ Robert Eldridge

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By John La Briola WESTWORD In the hands of introspective virtuoso Robert Eldridge, a guitar can summon the depths of the ocean, conjure deep-space nebulas or transport listeners to a swampy backwoods juke joint soaked in moonshine. Hailing from Charleston, West Virgina, the lead electric-ax-man for Zeut has spent much of his 25-year career exploring acoustic variations as a solo artist. On his newest self-released disc Eclectic and Mental Guitar Music (recorded live at an Einstein Bros. Bagels outlet last March and produced by Desert Airport's Eric Shiveley), Eldridge trips neurotransmitters with a beguiling and varied range of styles: ragtime, bop, classical, chicken blues, calypso and even something that he's dubbed 'schizophrenic flamenco.' Recalling Chet Atkins or Leo Kottke one minute, Michael Hedges or Phillip Glass the next, Eldridge offers a tasteful balance between the homegrown and the otherworldly. ---------------.

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    Artist: Robert Eldridge
    Title: Eclectic & Mental Guitar Music-Solo Guitar
    Genre: International
    Release Date: 11/2/2004
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637287400
    UPC: 783707002804
    Item #: SRD700280
    This product is a special order

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