12 Songs, 47 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

jwbrown57 ,

Great music

If you love guitar music, and if you love musicians whose instrument can do more than make notes, you need to buy this album. Steve Hunter can play any style and do it at the highest of levels. It's because his skills are only matched by a passion. And what's cool, I'll bet you he would be doing this with a local band in a small town with the same grace, flair and love that he does on an international level. Seriously, this album will lift your spirits. You can feel the notes. I'd keep writing but words can't capture the spirit of this album. Musicians who are artists and do it for a long time are like wine - they get better with time.



You can tell that he put a lot of work into the layering of different guitar sounds and into the final production of this album..

Great guitar playing is found everywhere here..

Listen with headphones to here some of the subtle atmosphere that you can't hear without higher quality studio monitors..

If you like well executed guitar work, this album won't disappoint.. One of my recent favorites...

kevinjod ,

the manhattan blues project

To suggest that Mr. Hunter is the real deal is a good start. To suggest he is one of the hottest rock guitarists who emerged from the 70s theater rock scene, who crafted some of the finest solos ever layed down on vinyl is getting closer. I enjoyed seeing Steve perform live on Peter Gabriel's first tour, and his electrifying and melodic guitar playing was an excellent compliment to PG's mojo. Just listen to his solo on Waiting for the Big One! Don't let this one pass you by, and thanks Steve for gathering your friends and putting out such a great bluesy release that sounds perfect for our time.

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