MP3 Neil Haverstick - Way Down By the Mississippi
A wide range of blues guitar styles, from T Bone Walker to Hubert Sumlin, from Albert King to Jimi Hendrix and beyond
15 MP3 Songs in this album (69:08) !
Related styles: BLUES: Guitar Blues
People who are interested in Jimi Hendrix Jeff Beck Albert King should consider this download.
Neil Haverstick (aka Stickman) has been playing guitar for many moons, and has 7 CD''s of original music available.
Originally from https://www.tradebit.comis, Stickman has become known for his playing and composing in microtonal tunings of 19, 22, 31, 34, and 36 notes per octave, as well as fretless guitars (acoustic and electric). In 1992, he won Guitar Player mag''s Ultimate Guitar Competition (Experimental Category); GP said, "Bold and daring, Haverstick ventures into distant aural galaxies." And, reviewing his 2005 CD "Stick Man, (Electric music for 19 and 34 tone Guitars)," GP''s Barry Cleveland said, "If you''re curious about microtonal guitar, this CD is a real eye and ear opener."
He also won the 1999 Composer''s Fellowship from the Colorado Council on the Arts, for his 2nd CD, "Acoustic Stick." And, the Denver Post said, "Haverstick is known as a guitar wizard." His 7th and current CD, "Way Down by the Mississippi," is a blues guitar tribute to Stick''s many blues influences, including Hubert Sumlin, T Bone Walker, Jimi Hendrix, and Albert King. Downbeat mag gave it a 3 1/2 star review in their August 2008 issue. And the Rocky Mountain News said, "In adition to playing a mean blues ax, Haverstick has started to cut a national profile with his innovative 19 tone guitar work."
Stickman has played all over the world with his fretless and micro axes, including Prague, New York City, Los Angeles, Den Haag, Seattle, Denver, and Albuquerque. He is currently recording his 8th CD, which will feature his 19 tone guitar with the Colorado Chamber Orchestra. Check https://www.tradebit.com and https://www.tradebit.com for pics and more info.