MP3 Brian Patterson - Seventh Kind
Driving instrumental rock, with an edge of sufficitaction. try (6)(8)and (4) first.
8 MP3 Songs
METAL: Progressive Metal, ROCK: Instrumental Rock
I didn''t just throw this together I waited until
I had perfect songs that I was looking for to complete
this work, over two years I spent writting recording
and changing songs until I felt happy with this production.
I put all I had in to making this as good as I can on a shoe string budget.
many have called it brilliant.
FAVORITES, most people seem to like Hope(3)the best
(6) (7) and (8) are good ones to listen to first.
I think what makes this cd special is that it was done
on a very low budget, using the bare
accentuals, when putting this cd together I recorded it
as I was creating, most of it. Some day I would love
redo this and other cd''s with a great band, but for now I
think it shines pretty well and captures what I intended
pretty well. I have about 5 cd''s completed, and more on the
way but this one and a acoustic cd''s are my first to
release. I hope that many of you will give it a chance
though it is defiantly not as flamboyant and flashy as
some I have heard, but I think it has a lot of substance
originality and diverseness that you won''t hear with
many instrumental guitar (though most I have heard are great but usally stick to one style,), besides doing
Fusion rock, also do early 30s-40s ragtime and Jypsy
jazz, would love to put out collection some day, also
play acoustic solo ( Celtic, jazz, classical ect mixture)
Check out Changes as well...if you like.
Favorite bands, Journey, Kansas, Metallica, Dixi Dregs
Dream Theatre, Rush, Yes, Alan Parsons Project,
favorite guitar players
Jeff Beck, Joe Satriani, Randy Roads, Steve Morse
Tony Macalpine, Steve Via, Gorge Lynch, Phil Keggie.
Emit Ray, Django Rhienheart, Alex de Grassi, Michael Hedges
I put down a few songs that I think that many of you will
like, there are others that I think will grow on you, but
think it will take more than one listen before you really
can appreciate them, never the less I put my heart into
this, and would not have it any other way. I am just
small time player trying to make it along with many
great players, the music speaks for its self, I believe
God gave me a gifting and desire to create great and
Though I am some what accomplished, I am really just
starting with the business side of my music, at least
with cd''s but having fun, and can''t wait to get more
At the present time I am promoting my music
and others, doing recording, lead playing ect. for those
I work with. Am looking at playing gigs again,
both fusion rock and acoustic.