9 thoughts on “ Flames At The Dakota - Steve Hunter - The Manhattan Blues Project (CD, Album)

  1. Following on the heels of his massively entertaining The Manhattan Blues Project, guitarist Steve Hunter (Alice Cooper, Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed, et al) returns with Tone Poems globhosibrabisfipersayclocelphymul.coinfo's joined by some talented musical heavy hitters from the industry: Tony Levin on bass (Peter Gabriel, King Crimson) Phil Aaberg on keyboards (Elvin Bishop, Peter Gabriel) and Alvino Bennett on drums (Dave Mason.
  2. Find album release information for Manhattan Blues Project - Steve Hunter on AllMusic. Find album release information for Manhattan Blues Project - Steve Hunter on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases Manhattan Blues Project: CD Baby CD: AllMusic.
  3. The Manhattan Blues Project, Steve Hunter's fifth solo album, is best described as a collection of tone poems. `Flames at The Dakota' is a touching musical remark on the place of John Lennon's death (Hunter's slide guitar work is intentionally reminiscent of George Harrison - two tributes in one), while `Ground Zero' recalls the tragedy /5(29).
  4. Steve presents an inclusive vision of New York, with the slide led ‘Flames At The Dakota’ being ode to John and George from the Beatles. And it’s the combination of carefully chosen landmarks, thoughtful ideas, relevant song titles and gently nuanced notes that makes this album very special.
  5. The Manhattan Blues Project, an album by Steve Hunter on Spotify. Flames At the Dakota. 8. The Brooklyn Shuffle. 0 Before the Lights Go Out. Tone Poems Live. Hymns For Guitar. Short Stories. Swept Away. More Steve Hunter. Listen to The Manhattan Blues Project now. Listen to The Manhattan Blues Project in full in the.
  6. Jeb: The Manhattan Blues Project is a great album. I have to admit, this is not what I was expecting. While it is a guitar album, it is not Alice Cooper, Lou Reed or Peter Gabriel in nature; it is Steve Hunter. Steve: The whole album has been buried in me for a few years and I had to get it out. Jeb: I love the New York theme.
  7. Jul 13,  · Best known for work with Lou Reed and Alice Cooper, Steve Hunter has fashioned an album that transcends its own title. You come in expecting a set of gut-bucket, soul-lifting grooves, but you get that and so much more. Hunter, whose fan-funded fifth solo project was issued by Deacon Records, opens The Manhattan Blues Project with something that’s not aRead More.
  8. Listen to your favorite songs from The Manhattan Blues Project by Steve Hunter Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
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