Below are some sound samples from artists playing on Daily Guitars.
“Letting Go” played by Andrew York
Andy plays “Letting Go” and a number of other pieces solo on this CD. It has not been distributed in this country. Andy told me he used all five of his Dailys working on the CD. He can’t remember which of the guitars he recorded “Letting Go” on. A mutual friend is sure it is a spruce guitar but I remain unconvinced. (See the pictures of Andy’s new Daily in the photo gallery).
“Blue in Green” Permanent Transition by Matthew Grief
Recorded in 1996. Matt was using a 1990 spruce and Brazilian rosewood Daily. My early guitars were good too! I love this piece. “Blue in Green” was written by one of my favorites, Miles Davis, and appeared on “Kind Of Blue” with all the lads–Coltrane, Adderly, Evans……This is great performance by Matt. It’s obvious he deserves the success that has come to him as the newest member of LAGQ.
“Fugue” Ernesto Tamayo Plays Bach
Ernesto Tamayo plays Bach
This was recorded on a 1995 Brazilian rosewood and spruce Daily. It has some of the most beautiful sound and virtuoso playing I have ever heard. We’ve worn this out at Christmas. I have picked out a couple of my favorite tracks. Tragically Ernesto passed away October 17, 2014 at the age of 43 (OBIT)
Here are some recordings of Featured Artists who used a Daily Guitar on the album.
Watch some artists playing on Daily Guitars.
Joe Lopiccolo – For Egberto
Michael Roberts – Red
The L.A. Guitar Quartet – Lotus Eaters
Andrew York plays Sunburst, Jubilation
Andrew York – Woven World
Andrew York – Squares Suspended
Andrew York – Letting Go
Ernesto Tamayo plays Bach BWV1007 Prelude
Alieksey Vianna plays Aquarelle by Sergio Assad
Evan Hirschelman – Homage to Michael Hedges
Evan Hirschelman – Textures