Just a year before I came to Earth, guitarist Danny Weiss co-founded the rock band Iron Butterfly in California. Since that moment, Weis has an easily read chronicle, as he has well stacked up a large pursuit of captivating the core of heterogeneous conventions and diverging them onto it’s edge. Sweet Spot has crazed a competitive and bodacious crusade, a 52-minute release that is assertive and as good as nameless in stipulation of how it quotes the smooth jazz style.
This is an intrepid album that manufactures its own brazen. Ranging from contemporary blues/jazz-like excerpts to funky melodies and rock portions to partitions that have their nucleus in the blues. but lacing in all directions and regularly entirely inside the same piece, Weis strides outside the case and beholds melodies as an accurate conflux of content. Sweet Spot adjusts a unique view that gathers from genius technique to moving compositions.
Danny Weis has computed many collateral cats because he has a room of variegated tissues linked by the magic of his musical patchwork. From rock power ensembles, as with The Doors, to electric spacious iconoclast groups as the one of Jimi Hendrix or Alice Cooper, Danny Weis has always been instigated by his muse and today he delivers a solo album of 16 pieces full of magical smooth music.
From "Sweet Spot," passing through "What Would It Take," a wonderful track written for his wife Michelle, to "Keep The Faith," Weis manages to infect listeners with his passion, intensity and coup d’oeils of authentic musical beauty. This is a creation where each motion endures co-equality the first time around.