Clive Carroll - The Red Guitar
Clive's second solo CD recorded here during the summer of 2004. Thirteen tracks, eleven of which are original compositions. A wide variety of tunes, all of which are stunningly played. His new Ralph Bown guitar was used throughout and the resulting sound is fantastic.
This really is as near to a definitive recording of solo acoustic guitar that you'll ever hear.
1. March and the Messenger
2. Song for Chris Berry [listen]
3. Black Moon / Westward Move
4. Devilís Bridge [listen]
5. Les Petites Clochettes
6. The Kid from Clare/ The Dance at Dolanís /Humours of Tulla [listen]
7. Inside [listen]
8. Route 73 [listen]
9. Bela Boy
10. Luck for Sale
12. The Romantic - Gilbert Biberian
13. Black Nile - Wayne Shorter
Guitar Techniques (May 2005)
Clive is an acoustic fingerpicker with a beautifully clean technique and the ability to draw you into his music with astonishing ease. This album of predominantly self-composed tracks offers a striking blend of classical guitar meets folk with seamless changes from chamber music into Irish reels. There's sincerity in his playing and in his approach, which leaves you feeling it's all being played for you personally. Praise must also be given to Chris Newman's beautifully simple production that brings Clive right into your home. Ralph Bown built the guitar Clive uses and this will serve as a superb testimonial to his abilities. Listen and be amazed.
Rating: 5 Stars
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