Results for "Rob Koral"
“When I first started playing guitar at school, the challenge between us guitar-playing rebels was to see who had the sweetest vibrato. Who could bend the string up a whole tone, and hold it with the most control. At the time, Eric was God! Playing the Blues must be the most natural way to start playing guitar. It gives you an understanding of the relationship between the string, the wood, and the amp’. The amp’ is not just to make the guitar louder, but is a necessary tool to help you achieve your stylistic goals, and is an integral part of the instrument. By the time I started gigging on the local pub scene in Bournemouth my ears were full of the sound of Jan Akkerman, quite a step from Eric and the Blues players
By Zoe Schwarz
Label: 33 Records
Track listing: 1. Life Goes On – 5:10 mins 2. Better Days – 5:27 mins 3. If Only I Could Be with – 4:45 mins 4. Hello My Old Friend - 5:30 5. Give Me the Key to Your Heart – 3:25 6. I’ll Be Here for You – 5:57 7. I Hope I See the Day – 3:23 8. When the Blues Come a Knocking – 4:33 9. Amazon Woman – 5:23 10. I Cry Just to Think of It – 4:15 11. Tell Me – 4:11 12. Come and Lay with Me – 4:03 plus a hidden track Loverman
by C. Michael Bailey
The American music genres blues and jazz are the subatomic particles of every note played since their commission to media in the early part of the last century. While one did not beget the other, were this a Venn diagram, there would exist an overlapping of blues and jazz in that place behind the roadhouse on ...
Featuring the music of Rob Koral
By Rob Koral
Label: Unknown label
Track listing: Like Someone in Love; Some Day My Prince Will Come; Sleeping With Angels; Polka Dots & Moonbeams; I Was Looking Back To See If She Was Looking Back To See If I Was Looking Back At Her; Gabriel's Army; Moon River (nylon); Saving Grace; Body & Soul; You're Not Alone; My Favourite Things; Tell Me Why; Bacchus; Tell Me; Moon River; Tenderly; Meet You In My Dreams; You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
by John Kelman
Sometimes the simplest pleasures can be the most fulfilling. British Guitarist Rob Koral understands that and, with Sleeping With Angels , has delivered a recording that, in its lack of assumption, captures one’s attention with its elegant clarity and sheer tenderness. Much of the recording consists of solo guitar interpretations of well-known standards, informed by Joe ...