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Gregory Le blanc has been privileged to have played with Stevie Wonder, Al Green, and Ronnie Laws. Also played with The Whispers who have numerous number hits to their credit. Gregory’s musical skills span the spectrum of music literally from Bach to Rock. Playing with the Oakland symphony for a season performing the Gershwin melodies While also a studio musician he has backed up and played for groups such as Wayne Henderson of the Crusaders, Lenny Williams and many various artists. Gregory’s command of music has been demonstrated by is long career as a teacher of the art of music. gregory le blancs new CD "Love domain." is available for purchase at www.gregoryleblanc.com its time for us to get back to love in this time of turmoil, this makes "love domain." a great christmas present for you or your loved ones. Gregory Leblanc is a guitarist’s guitarist. His mastery of the guitar is innovative. His own breed of guitar brings clarity, distinction and bravado back to the guitar. A masterful songwriter and a masterful musician. Since college Gregory believed that the guitar had the same capability as the piano. He brings back to guitar playing what many have left out, that is the soulful mastery of the instrument as it was intended to be played. Great bravado, great jazz, great music. Listen to a CD with great soundscape that paints a full picture of the unexpected, of lost love, and the regaining of it. This music is necessary for this age of turmoil and confusion. That is what Gregory Leblanc is about; hear the “love domain” experience, 12 tracks of soulful, romantic jazz at www.gregoryleblanc.com
Track Listing: Unexpected What Now My Love? Love Domain Room Full of Blues Boling Point Heart of Mine After Six InYour Eyes Inside Out Silent Whispers First lady
I grew up listening to mainstream '70s rock then ended up on the staff at the college paper at San Diego State, and volunteered to review heavy metal LPs. My second semester, the music editor dropped a Fenton Robinson LP on my desk, Night Flight. You like metal; they play guitar--he plays guitar, the editor told me
I grew up listening to mainstream '70s rock then ended up on the staff at the college paper at San Diego State, and volunteered to review heavy metal LPs. My second semester, the music editor dropped a Fenton Robinson LP on my desk, Night Flight. You like metal; they play guitar--he plays guitar, the editor told me. If we don't run a review, Alligator Records is going to stop servicing us.
Night Flight opened up a whole new world for me--the blues led me, inevitably, to Basie, who led to Duke, who led to Mingus, who led to Miles, who led to ...