MP3 Chris Brian Gussa - Guitars of the Blue Cantina
A wonderful balance of Latin rhythms and ultra fine Flamenco Guitar scale work with a blend of magnificent Blues and Rock style Electric Lead https://www.tradebit.comrgetic yet soooo relaxing.
9 MP3 Songs
LATIN: Latin Jazz, JAZZ: Latin Jazz
National DJ Rick Dees: "I play the hits but Chris Brian Gussa is the King of Background!"
This wonderful balance of Latin rhythms, (Mambo, Salsa, Bosa Nova, Cha cha) with ultra fine acoustic Spanish Guitar scale work and magnificent Electric Blues and Rock leads in the productions is fast becoming the most sought after CD for playing in finer cantinas and restaurants as "background music."
It is now even sold buy many cantinas to their customers who seem to always say, "Wow, where can I get a copy of this stuff?"
"Guitars of the Blue Cantina", however, is so much more then just "Background music". Many people are saying, "This is exactly the kind of music I''ve been looking for to play at home and in the office, but I can never find it in stores. It''s so energetic yet so relaxing. It''s perfect!"
Chris Brian Gussa, a true Master Musician......
grew up near the Tijuana border of Mexico in San Diego, California, learning to play guitar at the age of six and was beginning to have a preference for Blues Style Lead Guitar by the age of ten. By the age of 16 he won a KGB radio contest for the title of "Best Blues Guitarist in San Diego"
Since then he has played in many genres of music. However, two styles that don''t normally seem to go together left the biggest impression on Chris, These styles included, of course, the Blues and the other style was that Spanish/Mexican Lead Guitar Style that Chris always heard growing up. (including not only traditional Mariachi Music but also from listening to a very young Carlos Santana live in Tijuana long before Carlos reached major popularity)
Says Chris, "Many years ago, my Dad helped me build a crystal radio that since the age of six, I used to fall asleep listening to. I got to hear the Blues late at night through head phones. One of the stations had their main transmitter on a hill in Tijuana and always signed off saying something in Spanish followed by the most beautiful and fastest lead guitar scale run I had ever heard in my life! I never knew the player''s name, but I literally learned the run in my sleep and I think I tried to put a little of that scale into all my music every since."
Well Thank God he did or we would not have "Guitars of the Blue Cantina"!
ATTN: RESTAURANT - CANTINA Owners/Managers:
If you would like to make this CD available with your businesses name all over the inserts as "executive producer" or even the "label" please call Roadcatz Records at 520-586-7955 for an unbelievable offer!
You''ll make lots of extra cash while making your customers very happy.