12 Songs, 41 Minutes


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4.8 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

eotherocker ,

Seriously breathtaking.

It's not every day I come across an artist that makes my jaw drop, but Glenn did it. I read about him in Guitar World and decided to give him a shot. I can easily say this is one of my favorite instrumental albums. I'm a big fan of everything. From blues to prog metal. I love it all. I listen to many instrumental artists too: Jeff loomis, Steve Vai, Eric Johnson, John Petrucci, Buckethead, Albert Collins, Joe Satraini, those are just a few. This easily earned itself a high place in my rankings. There is so much on it. Acoustic beauties, powerful ballads, and blistering blues. It's all great. The track "Father" is by far on of the best instrumentals I have heard. It literly moved me. You know that feeling when you listen to something so good not only does it literly take your breath away but you almost feel in a trance? Well if yes, then you know what I'm talking about. "Father" did that to me. If you can only get one song, I suggest you get that one, but if not, this whole album is a true jem. Call me a fan if you want, I prefer "musical slave."


very beautiful

this album is really good. Glenn Proudfoot is a amazing guitarist. i love the song just for you. he uses his 1987 fender stratocoaster with a 2006 ulbrick stadium 80's. his effects is ulbrick 12AXE Overdrive and his strings are ERnie ball .009-.046 electric. pure beatiful music

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