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Vinnie Moore - AERIAL VISIONS

Label: Mind's EYE MUSIC Year: 2015 Running Time: 47:53 Category: New Release

Of course, is an instrumental release from the house Moore always something more than just a guitar album or a shredder Opus. This man can write songs without a singer. But you still listen to a, if you will. Therefore, the fan has to hope for a new and not necessarily. Rather supergeil Tracks played where shut Klampfe indicates the great tone. Ten posts pleasant and although he is since 2003 in wages and bread at UFO, where he replaced the once stepped out Six-String Michael Schenker. Where did he get the time? Haha, no matter the community and experts will thank him. This is now the eighth solo album after he debuted with Vicious Rumors to "Soldiers Of The Night" (1985). Of course, the Flitzefinger from former Shrapnel stall omits no Lick and truly cuts an imposing web of styles. Even a cover version of ZZ Top`s "La Grange" the master has to get carried away. Although the Puritans will likely turn up to the brisk wind the nose. Well, except for the solo the old stock is always cooler. There is nothing to shake. Nevertheless, the overall impression of "Aerial Visions" at the highest level. Vinnie the songs not fitted with technology. Rock'n'Roll, Blues and Metal must breathe and be explored and savored. As would be complete without a peaceful number like "Looking Back". Should there actually be someone else, which this Guitar Hero has not yet come to an ear, should buy as a penalty equal to two pieces of silver. One for yourself and one for a good friend for Christmas. Vinnie is in a row with Steve Vai and Joe Satriani!

Rating: 9 out of 10 Author: Steve Burdelak

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VINNIE MOORE - Aerial Visions (Mind's Eye Music)

I do not know about you, me when I talk about guitarists have released instrumental album, the first one that comes to mind is undoubtedly the BIG Vinnie Moore. Originally, has released the top -for emena- instrumental albums of all time, the colossal "Mind's eye" and another who is five, the "Time odyssey" (for those wondering what the others would say the "Perpetual burn "by Jason Becker, the" Out of the sun "of Joey Tafolla and" Scenes "or" Introduction "of Marty Friedman. If you'd pick a different one, would be the" Passion and warfare "of Steve Vai. To" Flyin ' in a blue dream "of Joe Satriani not caught because it has songs with lyrics !!!).

The ability of Vinnie Moore was huge, but so low profile and ultimately never aired as they should from the media, and several years playing with UFO, that would be worth playing time of their prosperity, in the 70's and not in the 00's. Magician of the fingerboard and low-key man, leaving his work to speak for him.

The truth is that the last solo album, the "To the core", he had not delight, Moore but the took his time, he stayed away from record labels and his own company, the Mind's Eye Music, six years after "To the core", took off "Aerial visions" that is worthy of its great reputation. As always there are excellent musicians accompanying him with prominent bassist Dave LaRue and executive effect is at least top. Do not forget that in the past have played with him from Jordan Rudess until Toy MacAlpine and Tommy Aldridge also.

Based on the present of the UFO, I expected to hear something more "rock", but I was wrong after all almost the disc is the standard of similar disks of Vinnie Moore, with few exceptions, among them the adaptation of the classic "La Grange "of ZZ TOP. Leading creation, the "Faith". Listen to it and eat incredible sticking with addictive melody. Along with Joe Satriani, the only guitarists comfortably put hear consecutive album, they managed to create the feeling of a separate piece, without losing sight of the "norms" governing the instrumental album, with lots of improvisation and lengthy solo. I can not forget of course, that I was surprised that I saw the name of Joey DeMaio in place sound engineer. Sometimes the picturesque to read all the details of the disc, even the special thanks, leads to unresolved questions ...

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MOORE, Vinnie - Aerial Visions / Published on 21-11-2015 /

Although today Vinnie Moore mainstay of British hard rock dinosaurs UFO, at a time when this band started, he was only five years old. However, the legend says that this now jedenapadesátiletý guitarist had when just mentioning UFO started, leered at the guitar and at the age of twelve he started a professional career when it saw seeker guitar talents of Mike Varney. The same guy who discovered even Eric Johnson, Yngwie Malmsteen or. In the golden eighties, then Moore paid a classic example of guitar hero. Musician who publishes an instrumental album, which stuns his skill. He was so convincing that it's famous for its album "Hey Stoopid" chose himself Alice Cooper.

Moore's guitar hero, of course, to this day. Player from the family satrianovité, vaiovité, schenkerovité, halenovské. Although he never became as famous guitarist, like his colleagues, does not mean that it was the worst performer since its nearly thirty-year-old's debut album "Mind's Eye" maintains a high quality. With the issuance of new plates hurry. Even this is not necessary because it is clear that the Hit Parade achievements can not wait. Guitar heroes today are not so long ago in a course like thirty years ago, when they went legions of fans who desire to know at least a fraction of their championship.

Moore's new album "Aerial Visions", the first in six years, again completely fills the formula instrumental progressive hard rock. Students will once again get a wealth of guitar solos, great musical performances and other stakeholders, who with Moore trying to keep up. Of course, the board of gravity lies in the seventies, although Moore mostly actively experienced it, but then the music has so much blood that it is bound to appear in his work. Not so well, when you're seventies was for the guitar is the best time.

"Aerial Visions" is largely moves in a medium pace, but perhaps the very first "Mustang Shuffle" struck a different note on the guitar and reaches up to the ancient rock n'roll. It is understandable that, as with colleagues Joe Satriani, guitar must substitute and singing since he as Moore's customary to "Aerial Visions" will not find again. Now the rock n'rollovějších things that got Moore definitely work, as well as a cover of the famous "La Grange" by ZZ Top, where just the original song is indelibly imprinted into the music folder.

Even though it is an instrumental album board is quite varied. There are, on the pleasing moments, which date back to somewhere near the border of hard rock and AOR, such as the singing (which is not bad words, but just that is ...) "Flame", or those zadumanější like the blues blurred in 'Looking Back ". The main component remains a musical exhibition, which sometimes can evoke games to Dream Theater, also in this case we are talking about progressive rock. They represented here especially songs like the title "Aerial Visions," "The Dark Dream" or final sedmiminutovka "A Million Miles Gone."

The "Aerial Visions" is the same as with other instrumental albums. Connoisseurs and musicians will appreciate it. Somewhere will wonder how he plays Moore elsewhere respectful nod his head at the outburst of musical ideas. Again honest recording guitar work. 7/10

Vydáno: 18.12.2015 Přečteno: 321x


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MOORE, Vinnie - Aerial Visions

Vinnie Moore: Aerial Visions Csigabiga, 2015, December 15 - 15:00 Appearance: 2015 Publisher: Mind's Eye Music Website: http://www.vinniemoore.com Style: Instrumental Rock Origin: USA

Musicians: Vinnie Moore - guitarist Richie Monica - drums Dave LaRue - bass Rob DeLuca - bass guitar, Dorian Heartsong - bass Elliott "Dean" Rubins - Bass Song Titles: 01. Shuffle Mustang 02. Now's The Time 03. Faith 04th Slam 05th La Grange 06th Looking Back 07th Aerial Vision 08th The Dark Dream 09th Calling Out ​​10th A Million Miles Gone

Evaluation: What about you, Vinnie son? Medicinal mushrooms have breakfast? Yeah, I know, everything is good, the treatment of menstrual disorders in cancer therapy over the lack of guitar knowledge to make up, not just one thing, a mushroom poisoning. But to my knowledge no woman, not even cancer, the gitártudásoddal is no problem or not. But a vizionálsz for him to just stare and Amul.

I know you're disappointed because of the recent indicators selling album, but there are little horse ran away with you. In the 2009 'To The Core' was so deep and abstract plate, a bit of fusion music direction is gone, so he only became popular among professionals. Guitarists cited to this day, how much of a record, but the "average citizen" just waved at him: boring. You were the one in the second half of the eighties became fashionable guitarists who dazzled the audience with virtuoso technikájukkal such as Tony MacAlpine, Greg Howe, Richie Kotzen, Gary Hoey, or a little later awakening Neil Zaza. Of course, interest waned over time for that kind of music. Who went to the fusion of music, who switched to the singer's discs, MacAlpine was a while touring keyboardist Steve Vai in addition to what is already a bérzenészség Legal, a guitarist. But you, who for a while the "front band as" toured the rhythm section of my team being tempted by yourself, have you yourself can print a medicinal mushroom usual. At the time, he envisioned as Pataky, to take us to the aliens. I did not think it really will be so! But they did! The great predecessors have replaced the UFO band. At the time, it seemed a thing of the past szólólemezeid this era as well. Since then, it was only in 2009 ballépésed, and now you come with these visions.

He had his own abbreviation for rent - MEM - was suspicious to me that something mémről will discuss some utánzásról, but so you should not have let go. It is true that care should be taken very instrumental albums that should grab the listener because it is inherently a genre film, most of the students in vocal music, a sing-along melody sticks to most. There are few guitarists out there who were capable of a "sing" the melodies wrest from their instruments, making it digestible to the average audience for the music as well. And among them is Joe Satriani has managed to keep its 30 years, the popularity of this genre. (Na at Steve Vai's, but that's another story. He simply did his own part of the instrument and I use it as an extra limb.) I have not tried it, I had enough to dúdolható solos smuggle in the songs. But you've been the kind of guitarist who sang in the hands of the instrument. That changed a lot in 30 years? Of course!Who does not? I also megőszültem (fortunately not seen the painting blonde lenövés), the world has changed, it is not wrong to be able to live with it, to change along with it. I think you are able to do so. Kihallatszik that this material also.

The UFO world of hard-as if you could identify with the new album, bassist Rob DeLuca (formerly the Pete Way), and keyboardist Paul Raymond songs much punch.But it's instrumental music in your real world. Somewhere you said that even two songs on the disc, which was launched instrumental, but then I heard the rest of us, and as singer up on the record. I do not know which of the two is probably the title track Aerial Vision may be one (Sugar Cane) The original version, the others have so many similarities not discover me, so átgyúrták, but any song of this record beats the newUFO album's songs. But really you wanted to be other than who you are. The Mustang Shuffle example, in Gary Moore Texas Strut ja mixed with Joe Satriani's Surfing With The Alien model, but fortunately occasionally flashes some neo-classical race in the 'Mind's Eye' / 'Time Odyssey' érából to know that it's you. And how fantastic the dobjáték! Where did you find this drummer? Tantric? I did not hear about it. Then there's the Faith, whose initial size acoustic guitar riff Blaze Of Glory strain as a house!Of course it outgrows this later, small Zeppelin is in it, perhaps not an accident ofJason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience basszerjának inclusion of the song. But this is what my dick Now's The Time? Now is the time to play the Low Rider t? Yes, it kihallatszik the main theme song '75. For this reason you know better. There is for example a Slam in his fusion of jazz, tight bass basics, but there's chorus is something like a guideline, it is the 'To The Core' style, what you did the previous disc. You see, this is a disc that's enough, that's enjoyable point. Fifty minutes had much the same.Let's say a little more bass and guitar felelgetését have kifejthettétek, the clever boyDave LaRue, Steve Morse mekkorákat sides played well! I see the Calling Out ​​was preoccupied Elliott Rubins t, owner of Dean Guitars. I need some care relationship if you already did it in 2000 Vinman guitar for you. I can always call on the American bassist turnéimon. And this song is like singing the guitar, it's you again. Slightly Paul Gilbert line, but it is good. As A Million Miles Gone is the For The Love Of God after feelings. This is partly Rob DeLuca on UFOs from, the Now's The Time in. I do not say that they were written at the UFO disk, because the rest rip my hair! If so, there's nothing left from the original. You see, Looking Back, yes! In a beautiful ballad, a bitLipstick Traces feeling, but it's not a problem. Worthy tribute to the great role models, that is me. The La Grange processing, however @ fucking fucking great idea! I thought why not me? Billy Gibbons singing with a guitar to replace the horribly betorzított was a great touch. If you have used a talk-box, you would have been zseniálisabb! This fund boogie to your liking then you kiszólózhatod, opening up the Mustang Shuffle in.Not the G3 pályázol?

The album cover is really like. These galactic nebulae! It is the yellow lights of the photos! What you used to filter? Allow You would not understand. And the wheel of fortune placed discography! Powerful. It is true that the Vicious Rumors album lagging behind the 'Showtime' is on it twice (once on the DVD release, once, according to the Blu-ray release date). But it's not a matter of chance, it is knowledge! Being on stage for 30 years, to a little luck. And remember, what did you learn from me: you look for in a guitar solo, if you can hum the audience! Otherwise, just across the wanton exhibitionism. The fact is enough in this world.

Summary: The dispersion (variation to benignly called) felt that two years was made ​​this album.But the end result was a very pleasant and listenable disc that Satriani combines melody orientation of Vinnie Moore neo-classical race and with the UFO in "stuck" (or intensified) bluesy guitar play. Somehow, it is at the same time, what Udo in his new band with two guitarists solved. And 'To The Core' to re-open after the abstraction of "sing" songs that I can only welcome.

Date: 15 December 2015 Score: 8

Author: Csigabiga Average: 10


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Vinnie Moore - Aerial Visions

6 years have passed since the brand new UFO guitarist Vinnie Moore, editase his previous solo album, back in this 2015 with visions Areal, with a new studio album, which is full of all techniques, which gave know at the time of the eighties, techniques that took a big step in guitarists Heavy Metal, where we can find other great masters of the six strings, like Randy Rhoads, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, and Yngwie Malmsteen reaching coupled to Heavy Metal Shred style. Since this is a technique that joins a very complex exercise, with a high level of requirement when guitarist run. This technique would not be born in the eighties, guitar virtuosos and, essential in the history of music and would have done, as Jimi Hendrix, Steve Hackett, Frank Marino. Also great masters of jazz-fusion, as John McLaughlin has come to perform with Mahavishnu Orchestra (name given in relation to the nickname by which he was known to John McLaughlin), and Al Di Meola.

Areal visions is a journey of 8 new songs, two had already made prior to the UFO group, on the album "You Are Here" 2004. "Now's the time" would be released as "The Wild One"; "Faith" is the theme name that would come as "Mr. Freeze" and the mythical theme of the band from Texas, ZZ Top, La Grange. The new album shows a great guitarist, which investigates at breakneck speed to a close coupled to electric blues technique, settling in the foundations of Heavy Metal songs. Remember that reaching such an aggressive side that has often called genius Joe Satriani. While on "Now's the time" or "Faith", is much of the technique would your day with UFO, and it is not away because this time the issues are instrumental, but because they clearly see the differences between the band and guitarist when composing. UFO is more direct, dry and dirty riff, while Vinnie Moore is complex melodies, carried an exciting, very accelerated pace. With grange, it reminds me a great topic that the teacher Jeff Healey versionó within the disc Cover to Cover, when interpreting Communications breakdown of Led Zeppelin. Supplying the voice of Robert Plant by the sound of a harmonica. Here the voice, the guitar tones put it, Steve Vai technique was debugged in the early nineties.

Track listing:

Mustang Shuffle Now's the Time Faith Slam La Grange (ZZ Top cover) Looking Back Aerial Vision The Dark Dream Calling Out A Million Miles Gone Let`s Jam (Vinnie At 15 Years Old [Bonus Track For Japan])


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MOORE, Vinnie - Aerial Visions / Published on 21-11-2015 /

Who does not know Mr. Vinnie Moore, the legendary guitarist of the legendary UFO group (hard rock band formed in 1969 in London), and who comes here to bring us the word of his six strings. Without further ado, we head towards the technical exercise that the musician offers us in the company of many names like Richie Monica (Poppa Chubby), Rob DeLuca (UFO, Sebastian Bach), Dave LaRue (Steve Morse), Dorian Heartsong (Jason Bonham) and Elliott Dean Rubinson (Uli John Roth, Michael Schenker).

Only great people for an album that should continue the great tradition of hard-rock and blues-rock, where the artist and his instrument of choice will we be lulled eardrums riffs and solos furious. For over fifty years, Vinnie Moore has obviously lost none of his aggressiveness, as it offers us the catchy compositions packed punch and groove. Pieces composed by the artist himself, except "La Grange" composed by Gibbons, Hill and Beard (ZZ Top).

It is on the bluesy chords, guitar turmoil that started in a tone decidedly hard and rock. All that swings from the outset with an instrument that is mastered by a master of the genre. Note also superb bass playing of passages where the four or five strings also pulls out of the game. Both heavy and bluesy, the work of the musician takes us through feelings in style moving between blues-rock, hard- rock and ballad.

Over the pieces we keep this atmosphere of hard-blues, where of course, the guitar is positioned above the fray to better take us at the mercy of aggressive and sharp riffs. Besides some passages are simply orgasmic, with an artist who takes us along the fretboard. Add to that a packaging in the form of a beautiful richly colored digipack, what do not hesitate fans of the musician as those in love with a beautiful instrumental work. If you like hard rock and blues, this album is for you!

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Vinnie Moore - Aerial Visions

Vinnie Moore is a guitar player with no need for presentation, is an established fact for years. The shredder of the last years of the UFO, one of the many substitutes that grandiose Michael Schenker, has always been recognized for her exceptional technique on six strings, combined with the ability to span multiple genres without any difficulty, always resonating with aura of superiority that distinguishes artists from pure and simple guitarists. The present here Aerial Visions, eighth solo album Vinnie, was born to give space to this creativity that, in a band forged on its historic sound like UFOs, can not have a large degree of maneuver. Recorded solo in the recording studio, publishing it after a campaign PledgeMusic under the label discography its domain Mind's Eye Music, the album sees the participation of Rob DeLuca, Dave LaRue, Dorian Heartsong and Elliott Dean Rubinson on bass and Richie Monica to battery. Not provided accurate information about the use of these bass players and, moreover, the same Vinnie Moore said he had registered himself, some parts of the bass, which is why it is difficult to recognize who has played that song, without an explanation by the artist himself. Information aside, what matters is that the disc was almost entirely composed by guitarist of New Castle, to which were added those that could almost be defined session musicians of the project.

As announced, the stylistic variety is the predominant element of this Aerial Visions, where the American guitarist shows off its versatility in a musical genre to another. In fact, despite starting with Mustang Shuffle and her cheerful gait hard rock that slides in solismi shred that peep immense Jason Becker, will immediately switch to Now's the Time, much more melodic and reflective, with good taste often sported by such eclectic artists Buckethead and Guthrie Govan. But it's not just citations, since our Vinnie Moore is not a youngster who is inspired by the greats of the past, as one of the very large and gave a lot to the lovers of the six strings. The oriental Faith is a successful piece that breaks the rhythm between the opener and Slam, where the funky is king, dragging behind her head, arms and legs of the listener from the very first listening. Then there is also room for a quote bluesy, with a cover of La Grange ZZ Top, obviously revisited with the class and cleanliness Executive guitarist of New Castle. In the cauldron of Aerial Visions there is even the ballatona that gives us the most melodic and Vinnie Moore "clean," as capable as ever to speak his guitar with a sound appropriatissimo gender required. The title track is back on dell'opener splendor, a mix of rock and funk, going to present the closing of the album, in which they were relegated three pieces less catchy but chitarristicamente great, although a bit 'boring compared to' general course of the album. In fact, if you really want to fault the disc is due in the latter part of Aerial Visions that is more dedicated to lovers of classical shred, rather than explore genre even more attractive also from an "ignorant" in the field of six strings . In any case, in these fifty minutes, Vinnie Moore has once again proven to be a sublime guitarist, able to explore any beach with natural awareness of his artistic grandeur, as only the greatest of the instrument can do.

Ultimately, if you love shred a bit 'abnormal, where there is limited all'esternazione exclusive of their skills on the six strings with solutions to the extent possible, then Aerial Visions is a disc for you. In his discography, Vinnie Moore has hardly ever disappoint, ranging from one genre to another with a spontaneity truly commendable and this latest work could almost be a fresco of his entire solo career. The lead lines crazy, the acceleration furious but always in the pay of the effectiveness of song and catchy riffs out there, making an album Aerial Visions appreciable by a fringe of audience much broader than many other shredder, a little 'more hermetic under this point of view. Anyway, if you love funky, hard rock, ballads and melody, listening to this last Vinnie Moore will be anything but a waste of time. Indeed, while not finding a masterpiece, you may still run into a disk that you can keep company for a long time, turning in your reader.


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Vinnie Moore - The skirt is an expert on gas "Aerial Visions" (release date: 10/23/2015)

Blues Mike · November 14th, 2015 Vinnie Moore

Virtuoso guitar music has today really not easy to find buyers - the niche is steadily smaller. Since it is precisely select for buyers flock. So who is next Shredding also in search of song structure and melody, will find it quickly at Vinnie Moore. Vinnie is a veteran in the business, as always comes with a good sense of the correct notes and especially the right amount of notes in "Aerial Visions" to work. The Vinman the composer

Gladly I remember back to how I was as a teenager in search of the secret of fast playing and me absparte in my "emergency" from the mouth of Vinnie Moore's instructional video "Speed, Accuracy And Articulation". Even then I captured his ultra-flowing game and I quickly realized that it was not about The Vinman speed records, but real songs! Many years have passed since then and the present album "Aerial Visions" Vinnie away entirely from the last few become neoclassical influences and tends to more tangible, Groove oriented rock.
The balancing act between UFO and Solo Project

Moore himself says that he can present multifaceted on his solo albums, as he the example could in his main band UFO. But be careful, these albums seem nevertheless exactly fast as a presentation show of handicraft arts. Vinnie Moore bypasses precisely this risk quite well on his latest output. The skirt Express accelerates

The opener "Mustang Shuffle" welcomes us with a Texas Blues moderate intro. Smoky rough rocks the Dean Strat that it is a joy to listen to as this Express gets the ball rolling. The Mustang Shuffle is a cool track with good grooves and rhythms. Keyboards are here nil and that gives the album a little more rock attitude - a good thing! On the neck pickup Vinnie fires going and skillfully leads us with a recurring OpenString Lick to the chorus. The major arpeggios remain in the memory and not only this song has a real song structure. After the breakdown it comes to solo and here is burning from Vinnie Moore super clean legato runs. One of its distinctive hallmarks, namely the skillful plucking Pedaltone Licks should not be missed and welcomes us to the end of the solo.

The second number "Now's The Time" is strongly reminiscent Lockenkopf Blues Saraceno. Wide plugged Mixolydian arpeggios form the basis of the melody and the Main Reef could smooth out the Alice In Chains Wrought come - but with a positive attitude. Tapped arpeggios on the bass strings, an open chorus and finely metered drones Licks with open sounding strings round everthing up. It is noticeable that the Vinman preferably with "only" angerocktem sound goes to work and spared us from synthetic-sounding modulation sounds - that's cool! The musicians Rich Monica (dr) and Dave La Rue (b) to introduce yourself to this piece, as on the whole album, also in top form.

Moores guitar sounds completely transparent and woody, and provides us with a great blue line to the next. Old strengths

On "Faith" we hear for the first time the old Vinnie Moore. It builds on a strong melody, which he embellishes with nice bends. Skillfully he takes time for the song structure and pursued a sort folkloric-sounding approach. The few notes give the piece to breathe. Go Solo comes surprisingly an absolutely rhythmic Kopfnicker. The solo itself is phrased interesting and then leads us back to the theme song. Funky Wild Blow

"Slam" is a real spark fireworks and the middle part reminds one strongly of Extremes "Get The Funk Out". Built Rhythmic class and of course rocked to the point. The song quickly develops into a small round Umschau so slides Moore after the refrain in Phaser soaked Funkspiel from that shines with percussive attack. This Cover earned "only" a mustache!

With the cover of ZZ Tops "La Grange" Moore enters into big shoes to fill. The Wah Wah Pedal in the heel position playing forwards Vinnie after the universally known intro the song a, while the guitar sounds like a distorted blues harp. It follows harmonious Slide game - at Moore but it could also well be that he somehow simulates the slide with the whammy bar, à la Michael Lee Firkins. This cover has certainly up to half of potential and sprayed dust and dirt, then however much will solos and the song loses a little reference to the original and derailed the guitar wizard Zunehmens - for "long beard" of the models it is not enough here unfortunately, but at least it is a handsome mustache.

As usual, the exceptional guitarist plays by the total of 10 pieces and leaves repeatedly striking parts that you like again "rewinds" and listening to several times. The grand finale

The final track is introduced slowly and audibly. The typical ingredients for such a number be commanded us here as an interested listener, of course. By giving Deten Double Stops Vinnie goes into pithy solo and provides us with a lot of variety. Beautiful is here that the acoustic accompaniment will remain as a backing and also with dynamic animated strumming the song. The dramaturgy of the piece is really well laid out. It alternate punchy Parts with catchy melodies from acoustic and electric guitar and play parts of the passages in unison. By far the most compositionally strongest number, which then, just when you think was at an end, again tremendous gains momentum and everyone invites himself for the finale riot again and give gas without handbrake - here saves us only the fadeout. In the jungle of the shredder a rock singer would be appropriate

Of course, the old master can not splash out and presented with his self-produced "Aerial Visions" a technically flawless album. However, the feeling you will not get rid of that Vinnie Moore just in the last third of the album riffs conjures up a myriad of creamiest that cry out for a real rock voice. The air in the guitar Olymp is thin and there are currently growing many Shredder zoom enliven the scene with new impulses. Moore presented here, although his talent as a composer and underlines once more insistently that he has internalized the influences away from the shreds and Gitarrentums, but would certainly do the songs "fresh wind" good. So this acts Ouput every little bit dusty, but still constitutes a valuable addition in the domestic collection.

More information about the artist can be found at www.vinniemoore.com

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"TRANSLATED FROM GERMAN: At the tender age of 12, the American guitarist began to torment the strings. When then came the mid-eighties guitar heroes like Joe Satriani and Steve Vai on the scene and Mike Varney fished a shredder king after another out of the magic hat, it was time for the first Output of Mr. Moore. Meanwhile include just the first two albums "Mind's Eye" and "Time Odyssey" to absolute classics of instrumental hard rock. For many years he was a solo career unetrwegs ausschlißlich until he finally 2003, the British hard rock legends UFO joined. Since then, he delighted the fans with his bluesy game he has co-sponsored in the music of UFO. "Aerial Visions" is the eighth studio album since the Flitzefingers and displays it again in impressive form.

One of the very important points in instrumental albums is certainly the songwriting itself. The guitar is in the foreground, and ultimately have to tell the story, describing the song, give it a face. This mystery dominates the trades almost perfectly. In all his solo albums was always the song in the foreground. He never had to prove himself. No faster, higher, farther. Just let the song speak for themselves and still show that he is a gifted guitarist. That can not really many and lifts him out from the crowd.

Also on "Aerial Visions" He has returned to all. From soft to hard, everything is represented, what distinguishes the masters of the six-string.

Times bluesy, sometimes comes to the fore of Shredder and a brilliant cover version of ZZ Top's "La Grange" is also still. Most readers here probably an instrumental album in the long run will be too boring. Who but still want even dare to be one, should have recourse to Vinnie Moore.

Conclusion: Even a solo career awesome again."


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Publisher: Mind's Eye Music

Websites: vinniemoore.com facebook.com/Vinnie.Moore.Official

It was a good decision not to rush this criticism. No not because he "matured" have the disk or anything, but because Pjuan colleagues have described the Passzio.hu side of his insights, and assessed the day 05.10 points, which érdemjegyben a closer Vinnie dolgozatára plague is why they will not at home ... obviously compliment - "Foglalkozhattál have more of the substance, my son!"

And yet ...

Great care and there is a serious job but behind the "Aerial Visions," but instructive nonetheless Pjuan oral assessment, what is more, there is truth in it, and not a few, even though the end kanyarított strict "trio" fundamentally do not agree. My grades are not subject to go home for fear of Vinnie, but also with pride. Because this is brilliant, might be admitted to all dallamvilágú, feelinges guitar playing from the first minute to the last. Illustrious. A still-sound as the guitar is all about: dynamics, uncooked strength, but of course, less túlvezérelten. Obviously, no one will be surprised that the early neoklasszikusságának Vinnie had no messenger, I have long since moved towards a more modern, but basically blues-based guitar rock that emerges in all its glory. After the "To The Core" difficult to digest World time simpler song structures, harmonies arrive, you almost feel like it would be co-rágitározni, but in time I get realized, so that does not occur in virtual competitions Vinnie 'the' An enormous uncle "Moore and me, where a constant distance, otherwise it would restore the artwork is good. (Cosmic bruttyónyi giant, which must be viewed in relation to the size of two galaxies. Copyright by Laár A)

"La Grange" (ZZ Top) cover me as unnecessary, but the concept fits into, through this song mostly can shoot clearer, melody-oriented, non-separable artist was musical direction of "Looking Back" to like gestures value, but almost imperceptibly visszautalna the fődallamban Michael Schenker "Lipstick Traces" her composition. UFO, as a common denominator, obviously.

No, and it's a fact. I was convinced that the game Vinnie will also realize that if I do not know how she plays, and there is refuted here. During the first song is repeatedly had to csekkolnom the iPod, that there has been any mistake, sure to be good music started. Yes, Pjuan see well, it's sometimes a more Satriani others like Moore himself. The closing "Million Miles Gone," a downright For The Love Of God 2.0 (Vai). Fortunately, this identity crisis I have a lot do not crackling (versatile divided howdy!) Until Kirk Hammettre or Axel Rudi Pell starts to resemble a game, while joy and happiness, because to the last song here really all star in roughly legitározza the album artwork.


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Artist name VINNIE MOORE

Album name AERIAL VISIONS

Young guitar November 2015 published
CD | King | 2015 年 10 月 21 days Release

Vinnie Moore to act also as a guitarist of UFO has announced a solo album for the first time in about six years. Speaking of Vinnie, so far have been released a work of neo-classical and fusion / rock taste, this release includes a recorded cover of "La Grange" of ZZ Top.

Boogie the hard rock to basic and blues, are lined up melodic instrumental track that also incorporates funk feel.

Guitar playing in each song while a natural posture, everywhere to shred Rock has also been packed, the witty phrasing's a masterpiece.

As Japan edition bonus track, recorded a jam-play of 15-year-old Vinnie at the time. (Jun Kawai)


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Vinnie Moore - Gitarre & Bass Richie Monica - Schlagzeug Rob Deluch - Bass Dorian Heartsong - Bass Dave LaRue - Bass Elliott Rubinson - Bass Produziert von: Vinnie Moore Länge: 40 Min 57 Sek Medium: CD

Most rock fans should Vinnie Moore as the guitarist of the British hard rock institution UFO be a household name, in which he is active, since June of 2003. Heavy metal fans might know him from the VICIOUS RUMORS CD "Soldiers Of The Night" and the song contained on Invader from 1985 ago. But his career Moore began the age of twelve and first performances in bars and clubs. Before he then- like even Richie Kotzen, Tony MacAlpine, Marty Friedman and Jason Becker - was discovered by Mike Varney. This enabled Moore then, take first solo discs, the most famous of these were probably the debut "Mind's Eye" and "Time Odyssey", the most successful but "Meltdown", which sold just under 50,000 copies in the US alone.

Now - more than six years after his last solo "To The Core" - Moore presents us with the "Aerial Visions" a new solo work. Thereupon Moore shows ranging songwriting matured considerably compared to the early days when the songs were often thought one and only as a vehicle for his outstanding and impressive technique. A Mustang Shuffle had not then given a truly rousing rocker who really makes through his shuffle rhythm for urge to move. Just as later the purely instrumental cover of ZZ Top classic La Grange.

Instrumental viewed Moore moved meanwhile considerably more in the footsteps of Joe Satriani, which make a number like Now's The Time, Faith or Slam abundantly clear, because this could just as well on classic Satch works like "Flying In A Blue Dream" and "The Extremist "stand. It seems that Moore would now focus more on comprehensible and catchy melodies and no longer want to demonstrate just all his tricks. Perhaps also an effect of his main band, when he so pleasantly stands out by relevant song Soli.

"Aerial Visions" is a wonderful solo guitar album that arose among others, so prominent support as of Dave LaRue (bass, FLYING COLORS, Dixie Dregs). Especially followers of Satriani may almost be almost blind advised to buy, because Moore is here really are some very fine instrumental numbers to offer that do not need to fear comparison. Only those who seek the mercy-ultrafast scale w *****, who is here at the wrong address. Naturally Instrumental Rock is not for everyone or every fraus thing, but for those who like it is "Aerial Visions" a feast.

And one of the best albums of Moore's previous career.


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"TRANSLATED FROM GERMAN:

Maybe even in short, this guitar knight introduce myself to those who would not know him or have never heard of.

Vincent "Vinnie" Moore is an American guitarist who earns his spurs since 2003 when the British hard rock band UFO.

He is currently still one of the most influential guitarists in the last thirty years. Already in its twelfth year, when you and I might have played with blocks, he picked up his first guitar and was inspired by bands such as The Beatles, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin Queen but also had a significant impact on his future life.

In 1986 he released his first solo album, 'Mind's Eye' in and won several awards. At the debut of the metal band Vicious Rumors, "Soldier's Of The Night" (1985) it was Vinnie who had lead guitar sound like it should. Vinnie was in 1991 during his tour in 1991 part of the backing band of Alice Cooper. Meanwhile, we are further and Moore a few bands and long players surprised us with a new album.

To realize this album he drew on some kindred spirits in the studio. Among them we discovered the baskoorden Rob DeLuca, Dorian Heartsong, Dave Larue, Elliott Rubinson and the drums we found Richie Monica.

We get a number 10 instrumental songs including nine of his hand and one of ZZ Top, viz. 'La Grange'. With a heavy rock song "Mustang Shuffle, which Vinnie straight for the first time his demons loose, we already get a taste of the power of this album. Maybe we mention that you should be open to instrumental rock. The lack of vocals can sometimes lead to a wrong judgment.

With 'Slam' we remain approximately the same frequency as in the opener and the ZZ Top hit 'La Grange' ties in nicely to. Fortunately Vinnie intelligent enough to provide the necessary variety. Since it provides superb 'Looking Back' for the guitar riffs and rolling back out of the speakers. Then we have

'A Dark Dream' have not heard this song, the intro to hear a ballad becomes an instant by the ear piercing and somewhat nerve-seizing guitar hurricane.

If shutter we get the wonderful "A Million Miles Gone ', a song that is perfect as soft background music. But the guitar sounds are built here after a good three minutes to unprecedented height. Vinnie Moore also sounds again that his zessnaren instrument has no secrets for him.

Certainly no album where your eyebrows should but again, the lack of vocals could be a serious stumbling block to some music when they think about it in order to buy this album. Yet top!

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Release: 23:10:15 (Mind's Eye Music)

Genre: Instrumental Rock

Homepage: Vinnie Moore

As befits a guitarist in its class, is VINNIE Moores new solo album "Aerial Visions" has become an instrumental album. However, there is no Tempofrickeleien hear but melodious based music on the Blues. MOORE processed the full spectrum of his musical influences and so there are also bonds with the Hard Rock, the radio and the Be-BoB.

Of course, also stepped on the accelerator times (one wants to show what you can) but it never degenerates really made and the song is always in the foreground. The best proof of this is sure that it did with singing on a UFO album also two of the compositions. In return MOORE covert with the ZZ Top number "La Grange" a song that also works perfectly here without vocals.

Because UFO continue their current tour in October, it will probably only times no live activities to album give but one should not give up hope that Vinnie Moore will be seen sometimes as a solo artist on the German stage. Worth had the songs for a live performance anyway.

8.5 / 10"


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The main place of work is an artist Vinnie Moore UFO. Legendary team is going through another rise in his career, regularly touring and recording new albums. And guitarist Vinnie Moore is actively involved in the creation of new material for UFO. In addition, Moore takes part in singing hard rock project Red Zone Rider (singer Kelly Keeling). In 2014 it issued a self-titled debut album of the project. In addition, the guitarist recorded solo albums.

«Aerial Visions» - ninth work in the discography of Vinnie Moore. On his solo album, he takes the only tool material. And the new disc did not departure from the tradition established by another musician's debut album, issued in 1986. For the new disc guitarist has recorded ten tracks. Nine of them - this is the author's signature material: melodic progressive hard rock.

Vinnie Moore is one of the few guitar heroes who ultimately is responsible for writing melodies. For him it is important that the material was stylistically diverse and vivid. And on his drives are available and interested in not only the audience, specializing in guitar music, but also other students.

Another track on the new album - it's a great tool cover powerful blues-rock song «La Grange» from the repertoire of the group ZZ Top. Vinnie Moore rarely taken for someone else's music, but if it does, it does with impeccable taste. For example, recall «While My Guitar Gently Weeps» (album «Time Odyssey» 1988). We must assume that the version of «La Grange» by Vinnie Moore will be enjoyed by Texas grandfathers Frost ...


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"TRANSLATED FROM Portuguese:

Just like Steve Vai & Joe Satriani, fellow American Vinnie Moore is one of Eximios players who managed to expand the reach of their music beyond the circle of professional musicians and students of the guitar. Not as famous as the other two mentioned, Moore gained notoriety with his solo albums, but the popularity has come to work with Alice Cooper, and later as a member of UFO, occupying the post that was none other than Michael Schenker.

Six years after his last solo album, "To the Core", an album that includes some sound experiments, Moore throws the eighth album with unpublished and copyright material, "Aerial Visions".

In this new work the guitarist shows his technique and mastery of the instrument in songs that are not confined to musicians and can be enjoyed by any listener, even if you do not touch or about four basic chords, as is my case. So do not wait any technical review here.

In "Aerial Visions" Vinnie Moore shows a comprehensive overview of his influences. Although it is basically an instrumental rock record, there is much more in each of the 10 tracks that make up the album's repertoire. At the first hearing the track that caught my attention was "Faith". This is one of those that the guitar seems to literally sing in a style that reminded me of things Steve Vai. Even without knowing the music is hard not to follow it, at least in the main melody that is quite remarkable. At first the song has a certain swing, but from the mid gains weight and becomes a more hard rock band that could figure in a UFO disc

There is also room for a more jazz fusion driven, as in "Slam", but are the most melodic moments, in this and other songs that make this a great job to be enjoyed. Of course there are times where we seem to be hearing an excerpt from a DVD instructional video, those with a pre-recorded track fund, as is the case of "Now's the Time". But anything that makes the lay listener bored.

Something nice to notice in Moore's work is that it does not use the artifice of speed to try to show his mastery of the instrument. Both the fast passages as the slower and melodic are well dosed, which makes hearing be much more pleasant, as is the case in "Calling Out".

With indisputable talent and technique, Moore shows "Aerial Visions" that you can display all your domain and knowledge of an instrument without sounding dull or tiresome for those who do not have the same skills.

Beautiful instrumental album.


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“ UFO guitarist Vinnie Moore to release a dynamite, blockbuster of a guitar album… “

Vincent "Vinnie" Moore (born 1964) is an American guitarist and since 2003 member of the British hard rock band UFO. Moore grew up in New Castle, a town in the state of Delaware, near fellow musician George Thorogood (& The Delaware Destroyers). At twelve, he was already playing in clubs. Mike Varney (CEOs Shrapnel Records) discovered him and launched him in 1985, through a performance in a job advertisement for Pepsi.

Vinnie debuteerde solo in 1986 met “Mind's Eye” (‘Shrapnel Records’) met Tony MacAlpine aan de keyboards. Moore was lead gitarist van de heavy metal band ‘Vicious Rumors’ en is te horen op hun debuut album “Soldiers Of The Night” (1985), met een solo nummer "Invader". Later werkte Vinnie ook samen met andere hard rock en heavy metal bands. Vinnie tourde met Alice Cooper en is te horen op zijn album “Hey Stoopid” (1991).

Vinnie Moore is the lead guitarist for UFO since 2003. With them he was standing in the studio for "You Are Here" (2004), "The Monkey Puzzle" (2006), "The Visitor" (2009), "Seven Deadly" ( 2012) and "A Conspiracy of Stars" (2015).

[UFO is a British heavy metal and hard rock band, which was formed in 1969 by singer Phil Mogg, guitarist Mick Bolton, bassist Pete Way and drummer Andy Parker. The spindle is always vocalist Phil Mogg. The main members are Peter Way and Andy Parker, alongside a major role for Michael Schenker, which indeed left the group with some regularity, but after a shorter or longer time returned again.

Their original name was Wizardry. The name was changed in UFOs as tribute to the club in London, where Noel Moore discovered them and gave them a contract with 'Beacon Records. UFO debuted in 1970 with "UFO 1" topped with a hard rock version of Eddie Cochran's classic "C'mon Everybody". A year later, "UFO 2". With the advent of Vinnie Moore in 2003, replacing the increasingly fickle becoming Schenker, there seemed again to get some stability in the group. / Editor's note]

The new solo release from Vinnie Moore "Aerial Visions" is an album of nine original (and first single) instrumental songs. The album was released six years after "To The Core". In the recording studio was the drummer Richie Monica and the bass was between Bob Deluca, Dorian Heartsong, Dave LaRue, Elliott Rubinson or Vinnie himself.

Some tracks forward or slide into details mi is not the issue here, because this is music you have to experience and suffer. Find words to describe the depth, emotion and technical competence of Vinnie Moore and this entire album I can not. It is absolutely a top hard rock album, with the favorite tracks: a boogie that rocks "La Grange" [Gibbons, Hill, Beard] and quiet "Looking Back", because of its strong melody. Those are my comments, because for the rest I leave (without problems) Vinnie Moore to you about ...

Eric Schuurmans

www.rootstime.be

Album track list: 1”Musting Shuffle” - 2”Now’s The Time” - 3”Faith” - 4”Slam” - 5”La Grange”[Gibbons, Hill, Beard] - 6”Looking Back” - 7”Aerial Vision” - 8”The Dark dream” - 9”Calling Out” - 10”A Million Miles Gone”

Songs by Vinnie Moore, unless otherwise [noted: 5] – Produced by Vinnie Moore

Line-up:
Vinnie Moore: guitar, bass (5,6,8)
Richie Monica: drums
Bass : Bob Deluca (2,10),
Dorian Heartsong (3),
Dave LaRue (1,4,7),
Elliott Rubinson (9)

Discography: 2015 : Aerial Visions 2009 : To The Core 2006 : The Shrapnel Years, compilation 2000 : Live! 2001 : Defying Gravity 1999 : The Maze 1996 : Out Of Nowhere 1991 : Meltdown 1988 : Time Odyssey 1986 : Mind’s Eye


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Translation from French:

A feast for all ears!

I do not usually listen fully instrumental albums, but sometimes it is good to hear a '' classic ''. And this new album of UFO guitarist, could be part of that category.

With him, we rarely falls into vulgarity overdose of notes, or the lack of memorable titles as it rained in the years 80-90 with the famous team Varney which showed already the lot at the time of the shred mode.

No, here, everything is good: a good mix to not play the note too, to offer rhythms, grooves or warm and attractive melodies, frustrating us not to lack of singing; we surprises even to hum the melodies, which is a good indication for an instrument album. There is nothing to throw, like almost all albums. This disc is just a feast for all ears, profane or specialists.

The only thing that distinguishes his albums, the musical style. It began with a neo-classical album, the recognized 'Mind's Eyes'', continued in the metal, etc ... Here, you are entitled instead to the roots, blues rock, (La Grange, Looking back, Mustang shuffle) while remaining course in the universe or metal Satrianisme. The album listening pleasure in one go, bottoms up.

Technical question, I'm not a musician, so call a friend, the public, or that you like, your own ears, that's fine. What is certain to me is that despite some virtuosity at any time the securities are heavy. Everything is light, everything comes together perfectly. In short, it farte. With Vinnie of Ufo, we surf on the water. Ok my valve sucks, I go out, but not without my Vinnie in my ipod.

A treat, I tell you. So for Vinnie: hip hip hip ... HiPod !! ... Yes yes, I go, okay, okay!

4.6 / 5 STARS


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Translation from German:

Instrumental Blues from the fingerboard Magician.

Vinnie Moore is a real phenomenon among rock guitarists. Already with 12 years of Americans began his skills on the guitar to practice before 1986 in the wake of the hype around Joe Satriani and Steve Vai released his first solo album.

After he first brought out only instrumental albums, he pushed in 1991 for a tour to the band of Alice Cooper and worked with the master of shock rock "Hey Stoopid" at whose hit album. As a result, Moore looked then but once again the luck in the instrumental music before 2003, the British rock legends UFO the post of guitarist took over after Michael Schenker had left the old rockers for the second time.Since then he has been a permanent member of the British, his career as a solo artist he has it but not shelved, as the new album "Aerial Visions" proves.

Musically, Moore moved here solo in similar climes as his current main band and so it is on "Aerial Visions" to admire the entire range of blues rock. Of course, the fretboard acrobatics is not too short, after all, Moore is probably the only guitarist on the fingerboard still looks even at the craziest Künststückchen as if he would be warm just relaxed. Technical finesse can however on the instrumental albums also quickly become a problem when remain the songwriting and the catchiness on the route in return.

This cliff circumnavigated Moore in the opener 'Mustang Shuffle' however skillfully.The track shines with its loose Shuffle, which is reminiscent of the best times of rock'n'roll, and leaves with beautiful leads quickly forget that is completely omitted here singing performances. In similar stylistic realms also moves much of the rest of the material, mainly determine the bluesy sound and rapid lead guitars the overall picture. Only in the back third of the board of Americans fail with 'Looking Back', 'A Dark Dream' and 'A Million Miles Gone' also ballad sounds, but just here he also demonstrates again his uncanny sense of melody and provides some of the catchiest passages the entire plate. But the biggest surprise of the long player delivers probably the cover of ZZ Top classic 'La Grange'. Again omitted Moore consistent manner to the song and takes over the vocal melodies with the guitar.This works surprisingly well, and so the successful interpretation of the classic is a real highlight within the well 50 minutes playing time.

Despite all the praise is "Aerial Visions" but the overall impression probably suffer a fate similar to many other instrumental albums, which represent, despite their immense qualities for the "normal" consumers more of a side note. On the other hand musicians and especially guitarists will love the plate, but it offers a whole wealth of inspiration for your own game.


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"Aerial Visions von Vinnie Moore (2015)" - Translation from German:

"Vinnie Moore", a name that can beat the musical heart not only with guitarists. The songwriter and exceptional musician is known in daily business as the legendary UFO six strings and rocks for over twelve years throughout the stages and studios in the world.

With "Aerial Visions" published the musicians now be already eighth solo album. The album was composed ultimately over the past two years, mainly in the tour bus, the song ideas were implemented and elaborated. A musical journey through time in the last 48 months, the purely instrumental album rehearsed listen then finally also. A work that will appeal not only aspiring guitar heroes.

"Aerial Visions" is more than just a guitar album. Even if no song is used, the album sparkles with passionate statements. The guitar takes over the musical leadership here and tells the stories. "Vinnie Moore" dispensed with outstanding technical achievements, it is not a model plant the fast fingers. An album that captivates and fascinates. Certainly guitarists will recognize even more subtleties, but listening also makes "non-musicians" fun.

Our rating to Aerial Visions of Vinnie Moore (2015): 85 - "An album that maintains and adds variety in the monotonous everyday life"


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Translation from German:

"That Vinnie Moore is a gifted guitarist, most of you will be aware. The wider audience he is since 2003 a term, for since he is the successor of Michael Schenker at UFO.

But already he was a welcome studio musician, who was invited along with many other of Alice Cooper or Vicious Rumors. But he published in regularity and solo albums, the latest "Aerial Visions" is now his eighth. In a guest singer or -sängerinnen waived the 51-year-old Flitzefinger, as in all others of its discs also he leaves rather sing his electric guitars.

As always, he gained further qualified helpers as drummer and bass player around, whose names are unknown to me, however. That still works very well because the songs are very melodic and settled mainly in classic hard rock. From time to time is also frickeligeres something jazz flavored stuff among the ten pieces, so how about "Slam" or the title track.

Other things like "Faith" or "Looking Back" on the other hand show the quieter dreamy strings. A song by ZZ Top Vinnie Moore took as a cover for breast, namely the hit "La Grange".

All in all a very pleasant listening to guitar rock album that fans of the genre certainly enthusiastic, can entertain all other music lovers at least tidy."


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