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Artist: Horst Weber
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Genre: Guitar Instrumental
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Rating: 9.0 stars out of 10
Reviewed by: Charles Harrelson
Edited by: Charles Harrelson
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This is the second CD I have reviewed by Horst Weber. The first revew was the 2013 release, "Island View." The CD was filled with joyfull melodies
and some exciting guitar technique.
On STEPS a nylonstring, steelstring and an electric guitar are again talking together in a gentle way. It's a coalescence of jazz,
folk and classical music. "The genesis of some of these songs
is nearly 30 years ago." Even with the genesis of many songs dating back thirty years the music never sounded dated or old.
In fact, I felt the music to be very modern in style and substance.
This CD seemed to be extremely relaxed. Kind of like a soft pair of slippers. You simply pop this CD in your CD player and sit back and allow Horst to
take you on a remarkable journey. A journey of sound and melody.
Horst has this ability to effortlessly play very complex line. He makes everything seem as if the notes flow from his fingers without
hesitation or any degree of difficulty. He is like an olympic downhill skier. They make skiing downhill at 90 miles an hour seem like a Sunday walk
in the park.
The last review I spent a lot of time discussing Horst's technique as a jazz guitar player. I discussed his hand techniques and his phrasing.
This CD I wanted to concentrate on the music and not how it was achieved.
Finding out that some of the songs dated back some 30 years explains why I felt the CD was so relaxed. Songs that are brought to life after being dormat for over 30 years
reminds me of a High School reunion. There is so much to catch up on with old friends. Everybody is in a good sprits and can't wait to
tell his/her stories to an audience interested in hearing everything.
Listen to "On Steps" and understand what it is like to be musically relaxed and just having fun playing. Although I would love to hear Horst add additional musicians like
a bass player and some percussions the music is still very rich and pleasing to the ear.
If you like solo guitar in a jazz idium or you want to kick back and relax while listening to some amazing guitar work then "Steps" is the perfect solution.
The music is relaxing yet complex in structure. This CD should be on every guitar players wish list.
This CD is a bit more relaxed then his prior release. The songs are well constructed and polished to a prestine shean. No diamonds in the ruff in here but this CD is full
of gems and pearls. If you want to set a mood to sit back and enjoy lifes little plearures, start by putting this CD on to get everything started. I would not suggest this
release for long drives or commutes. It's too relaxing and may cause extreme relaxation while driving. I would recommend it with a glass of red wine.
Reviewed by: Charles Harrelson
This CD gets 9 out of 10 stars!
Edited by: Mindy McCall
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