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Rob Silver - The Meeting (Feat. Andy McFee & Christian Finger) (2015)

15-03-2015, 22:45
Music | Jazz

Rob Silver - The Meeting (Feat. Andy McFee & Christian Finger) (2015)

Artist: Rob Silver
Title Of Album: The Meeting (Feat. Andy McFee & Christian Finger)
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz: Guitar Jazz
Label: Rob Silver
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 46:50
Total Size: 109 Mb
Covers: Front

01. The Meeting (3:36)
02. Falling Grace (4:13)
03. George Washington Blues (4:02)
04. I'm Getting Sentimental Over You (6:17)
05. Acorns (5:46)
06. House Of Jade (4:28)
07. Just One Of Those Things (6:03)
08. Song For Eva (5:46)
09. April In Paris (1:40)
10. Waiting Eyes (4:56)

Welcome to my CD, The Meeting. Why “The Meeting”? First of all, it is my first CD and thus a first meeting between me and you, my CD’s listeners. And secondly, it is a meeting among musicians – my inspirational partners in this session, Andy McKee on bass and Christian Finger on drums -- who got together for an afternoon of music making. Any time such a meeting happens you never know what the results will be, and I am pleased that we achieved something that I want to share with you. I very much appreciate the contribution of these two great musicians to my CD.

I have always loved all the strands that weave together into American music: folk, bluegrass, urban and rural blues, country western music, ragtime, swing, rock, and most importantly to me, jazz. Although this is a jazz CD, I try to pull from all these musical sources and write music that reflects country roads, city streets, saloons, dance halls, and jazz clubs. I always have a sense when music is real and I tried to follow this instinct in my choices for this CD, both when writing my own tunes and when interpreting the music of masters such as Cole Porter and Wayne Shorter.

A bit more about me: although this is my first CD, I am not a young guy! I waited a long time for the opportunity to record and meet you like this. Many things intervened. I wanted to wait until I felt I was ready technically and had something original to say. I wanted to help my family thrive by following my talents in other fields. Having studied computer science, I worked in the high tech world for many years and had wonderful experiences there. But I always kept my music alive by studying, practicing, jamming, and gigging when and where I could. I very much appreciate my family’s support in empowering me to continue keeping the flame of my music burning during those years!

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