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Singularity

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Label: Symbol System Records
Released: 2004
Duration: 3:23

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Uncertain Path

Label: Symbol System Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Singularity - 3:20 (Rob Levit) 2. Fields of Gold - 4:32 (Sting) 3. Uncertain Path - 5:44 (Rob Levit) 4. After You (For Elaine) - 6:22 (Rob Levit)5. M-Dive - 3:57 (Rob Levit) 6. Safe Returns (In Memoriam 9/11) - 4:48 (Rob Levit) 7. Sophia/Solace - 8:09 (Rob Levit) 8. Daily Grind Blues - 4:13 (Rob Levit)9. Ballad #3 - 5:10 (Rob Levit) 10. The Undoing (for Jaya) - 3:21 (Rob Levit) 11. Moving Closer - 4:41 (Rob Levit) 12. Waiting in Vain - 3:58 (Bob Marley) 13. Footprints - 6:00 (Rob Levit)

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The Rob Levit Trio: Uncertain Path

Read "Uncertain Path" reviewed by Craig W. Hurst


Rob Levit is a talented Annapolis, Maryland based guitarist and composer. His trio recording Uncertain Path is a collection of ten original compositions and three arrangements of tunes by Sting, Bob Marley and Wayne Shorter. Levit's compositions represent a varied cross section of styles and creative inventiveness that keeps the listener's ear hooked. The opening tune, ...

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Rob Levit Trio: Uncertain Path

Read "Uncertain Path" reviewed by Elliott Simon


If “guitar" was a musical style, Rob Levit would be at the top of it. On the one hand, he is a jazz guitarist who can take a basic melody and turn it outside in to explore its inner beauty or reveal its seamy underbelly. Then again, he can rip off some of the fastest licks ...


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