MP3 Joe Euro - Eyes On The Horizon
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Masterful finger-style, "neo-classical" instrumental guitar, the long awaited new CD following Euro’s critically acclaimed "The High Road" features soft, soothing, introspective pieces to dynamic, "sit-up-and-take-notice" guitar works, some utilizing tapp
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Guitarist Joe Euro lives in Port Townsend, Washington, a beautiful, historic, "Victorian" seaport town, where he records and performs his "neo-classical" guitar works.
This is the long awaited follow up CD to Euro’s critically acclaimed "The High Road"
Nylon string guitar, but with some untraditional tunings produce richly textured compositions, where Euro plays finger style guitar, or sometimes launches a piece or two on piano, which he also plays, then adds tasteful nylon string guitar improvs and leads.
He also plays some bass and percussion on a few of the tracks to add to the layered complexity of sound.
Euro has come to enjoy boating in and around the waters of the Pacific Northwest’s San Juan Islands, as well in Canada’s Gulf Islands. "Eyes On The Horizon" reflects the nautical journeys Joe and his family and friends enjoy so much, and is told that his music takes people on journies too, if only for the duration of the pieces while listening.
One piece in particular, titled: "Then They Were Gone" reminds many listeners of the whales, both for their beauty and majesty, as they surface, then disappear again below the dark waters, and then also for the sadness that these creatures are somewhat endangered.
Other tracks like "Underway" and the title track,"Eyes On The Horizon", are bright and uplifting, relecting the joy and excitement form untying the boat from a moorage, or pulling up the anchor and getting...underway!
Joe also enjoys cycling and kayaking.
He often rides his highbred mountain bike to his small wine shop,The Wine Seller, in Port Townsend, WA. One of his other https://www.tradebit.come https://www.tradebit.com how Euro makes some of his living in this beautiful seaport town.