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Steve Hunter - Short Stories

Steve Hunter - Short Stories - 2008

Review from CDBABY
Steve Hunter has been contributing his expertise, style and tone to other people’s albums for over 40 years. Starting with Mitch Ryder in 1971 and moving on to record and or tour with Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, Julian Lennon, Bette Midler and Tracy Chapman to name a few.

He has had a longstanding working relationship and friendship with legendary record producer Bob Ezrin since those early albums, which continues today. From unforgettable tracks such as ‘Solsbury Hill (Peter Gabriel), ‘Train Kept Rolling’ (Aerosmith) and ‘Intro to Sweet Jane’ (Lou Reed).

Steve has recorded four albums under his own name: ‘Swept Away’ ‘The Deacon’ ‘Short Stories’ and Hymns For Guitar’. The latter two can be currently found on most major online stores.

Most recently Steve has featured heavily on the new Alice Cooper album ‘Welcome 2 My Nightmare’ a successor to the hugely successful ‘Welcome To My Nightmare’ released in 1975 and also completed a world tour with Alice during 2011.

‘Short Stories’ is a collection of instrumentals full of mood and color.

“I have always admired authors such as O. Henry and Edgar Allan Poe for their ability to tell an amazing tale in a very few words. I am also a big fan of the old Twilight Zone series for the same reason. With “Short Stories” I’ve tried to do something similar only with music. Most of the songs on the CD are 3 minutes or less in length but I wanted each one to tell its own little story. I also think of each piece as a “sound picture”, projecting an aural image as well as telling a story. I hope you enjoy my collection of “Short Stories”.

01. One Night In Baghdad
02. Blue Sun    
03. Skin
04. Nylon Cafe
05. Tank Top
06. Flying Hippo
07. Long Shadow    
08. Gotta Strut
09. Busted Trigger Finger
10. Funk Booty
11. Peacework
12. Spider Web
13. Goodbye Abigail
14. Flying
15. Blue

2 comentários :

KDNYfm disse...

Been a Steve Hunter fan since the Detroit album with Mitch Ryder...saw him with Alice, Lou Reed and Peter Gabriel...great talent!
Thanx for this!

Only Good Song disse...

Steve Hunter and Earl Slick, two of my preferred sidemans