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Randall K. Walker

This CD is personally inspired by the styles of the great Rock 'n Roll bands and artists such as The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Joe Walsh, The Eagles, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Bob Seger, Seals and Croft, and others. If you love listening to songs that take you on a feel good, fast spin road trip, or inspire your deepest emotions and connection to the universe, or your love for the Earth, oceans, environment, wildlife and Native American traditions rooted in mutual respect of the same, you will love this CD.

This is a feel good rock 'n roll set of tunes showcasing some really great rock lead guitar, drums (and Indian Tabla), bass, vocals mixed with warm and rich string arrangements, and exotic wind instruments (Rakiba, Duduk and chromatic flute - performed by Grammy Artist and world renown flautist, Pedro Eustache). Randall Walker uses a mix of alternate tunings on the 6 string acoustic guitar along with regular tuning, which in combination, showcases his unique style and ability to create songs that sound otherworldly and exotic at times. The songs will take you into the ancient past, make you reflect on love and relationships, ponder our humanity and search for truth and meaning, with a hint of mythical themes, the mystical and the unknown, glimpse at a potential Apocalyptic future and perhaps make you want to abandon your cares, grip the wheel and hit the open road. Among other works, Pedro Eustache has also played on Paul McCartney’s song Jenny Wren from the album Chaos and Creation in the Backyard, and also on the all-star lineup on Tribute to George at the memorial concert for the late George Harrison. Background vocalist, Joie Shettler, who has performed with The Brian Setzer Orchestra, and currently with the Radio Rebels in Los Angeles, provides silky smooth vocals on several tracks here, you’re sure to appreciate and enjoy. Melanie Schramer's background vocals blend nicely with Joie's in a way that is simply angelic. Patrick Richey, who plays the Tabla on Love Shining Down, also played Tabla on the 2016 Grammy Nominated album Bhakti Without Borders for the best New Age Album. Mastered by Gavin Lurssen in Los Angeles, CA, who has been called “The Lamborghini of engineers,” the CD is warm and vibrant with an array and blend of acoustic and electric guitars and other instruments brought together using digital-to-analogue state-of-the-art technology. Gavin’s accolades include Grammy Award for Album of the Year and he has mastered albums for a very long list of artists including Matchbox Twenty, Guns and Roses, James Taylor and recently for The Foo Fighters’ Sonic Highways.

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