Fred Gerantab

Fred Gerantab

Joe Diorio is nothing short of one of the best players of his time, and hisability to shine in both commercial settings as well as his signature freeform approach have made…
Third Level is an interesting fusion of styles; incorporating oncontemporary and commercial jazz and instrumental rock, Blue Ginger putsforth an enjoyable sampling ofcompos…
Upon first listening, Bruce Arnold brings to mind guitarists such as Jeff Beck and Allan Holdsworth who were key in defining the fusion/crossover guitar movement, and his f…
Out of the plethora of Pat Metheny Group albums that have been released, Speaking Of Now has been one of the most widely anticipated. This is undoubtedly due to many…
This CD is not what it appears to be; at first glance, you notice a gaunt man with an acoustic guitar seated Indian-style without shoes on the inside cover; a placid villa …
4 very talented L.A. based musicians come together to spin some great classic tunes and some original compositions with a great contemporary sound that still nods to their …
The unfortunate thing is that many recordings, especially guitar-based ones, have not broken new ground in recent years. While we can often count on the masters (old and ne…
Straight outta the heart of Texas comes Mark Tonelli, a former student of the legendary Kenny Burrell, and of the prestigious Univ. of North Texas. Now an educator himself,…
This record is FUNKY and WEIRD (two of my favorite words, especially when used together in a sentence). Mix some charged big band swing, a DJ, wacky guitars and a kickin' h…
As a guitar player, I admit that I listen closely to records fronted by guitar players. It's simply habit, and not as much to analyze and assess the technical arsenal of th…
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