Nice to be #1 Most Popular. Yep, our CD is listed at #1 Most Popular in three categories (Acoustic, Folk and World- of all things). We are #37 overall. Guitar music only! A large selection of artist CD's, MP3's featuring guitar. Skewed toward electric/contemporary. You can vote for your fav tracks and see what's popular with other guitarists. And you can buy here since you won't find any of these CD's at Walmart.
Two of our debut CD's tunes are posted at this interesting fan-based online site for popular voting. It's a new virtual reality version of "Battle Of The Bands.â€
We're not exactly "a band" but a "Band Of (musical) Brothers" we are; what the heck - Vote for us anyway...I posted a couple tunes in the "acoustic" genre here, which is as close as this site gets to an instrumental category. There are only a small handful of on-line music fan/download/ listening sites that even have a category for all us musicians who primarily compose instrumentals. How difficult would it be to provide a "sans-vocals/all-instrumental" category? There are a LOT of great musicians out there that would appreciate a better-defined categorization for their music, regardless of the sub-genres. Let's hope this changes in time...
Our esteemed producer for the Two Guitars One Heart CD. Gregg has the chops- and the heart- to help musical artists present their best. He's good on the technical details of the recording processes too, but doesn't let this get in the way.
Bill is a great steel player, acoustic and electric. Check his stuff at this link. He lives (and plays) in one of my "old home towns"- Santa Cruz, California. Fellow steel player/crazy man Bob Brozman lives in this part of the world too (and David Lindley did at one time I'm told). Must be the water. More likely, the surf. Santa Cruz is one of the world's nicest spots to live- and raise a family, which I did until the 7.6 "San Francisco quake of 1989" gave me a message (the Loma Prieta monster quake's epicenter was a mere 8 miles from my home in the nearby mountains). The city of Santa Cruz was devastated and took many years to come back to life-but it did, changed, but back. Not too many people even know where it's even located; too bad it still sits waaaay too near the San Andreas fault for me...I'd still be there otherwise.
Mostly a fun retro-60's site for fans of the 60's music group of which Ron Neilson was a member, a lifetime ago! The site has been created and is maintained by musical Goldebriars pal vocalist/writer - Dotti
Tim is back-ordered for his superlative resonator guitars about 5 years and I suspect doesn't have the time (or inclination) to maintain a web site. This link will take you to a fairly recent article from Acoustic Guitar magazine some may find interesting. If you want to contact Tim (to get on a waiting list perhaps), you can; his contact details are at the end of the article.