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Ready, steady, Go! From the first track, Striker, to the eastern influenced Masala Mantra, the compositions on Go, the new record from Daryl Stuermer, are a shift in musical direction. Stuermer is well-known for his work with fusion violinist Jean-Luc Ponty and as tour guitarist of Genesis, as well as an essential part of Phil Collins' band since 1982. On Go he has brought elements from his progressive rock past into the present. Stuermer's latest recording as a solo artist combines aspects of his own musical past, from the aggressive abandon that marked his fiery fret board work in the '70s with Ponty to the more accessible, melodic writing that defined Phil Collins' pop hits through the '80s and '90s. The record is Rock-Fusion (heavy on the Rock) and will thrill old fans and hasten the creation of new ones.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Striker 4:51
  2. Masala Mantra 4:08
  3. Greenlight 3:58
  4. Dream In Blue 5:40
  5. Breaking Point 4:24
  6. Urbanista 6:31
  7. Heavy Heart 5:17
  8. Meltdown 4:33
  9. The Archer 4:22
  10. Omnibus 3:39


Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 24, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Inside Out U.S.
  • ASIN: B000HDR7LU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #235,472 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Daryl Stuermer is known for his impressive stints with Genesis as a touring member as well as Phil Collins' long-time guitarist for nearly three decades. Much of Collins' pop hits were played by this amazing guitarist, but unfortunately, Stuermer has always been underrated, garnering little to no recognition for his talents as a guitar player.

Go is Steurmer's first album on his new label Inside Out, and sees him delving deeply into his past fusion work and blending it with the melodic aesthetic of his more recent output. It is an incredibly powerful combination to say the least. Taking the smoothest sides of Eric Johnson's tone and combining it with the highly challenging rhythmic groove of Joe Satriani, the majority of the songs are still characterized by his fusion guitars. Unlike his previous efforts though, Go is a more balanced and diverse record. It is filled with lush keys and prominent bass to underpin his ultra-clean melodic signature on "Striker"; a more rocky and somewhat eastern-tinged feel on "Masala Mantra" (sort of like a marriage between Far Eastern scales and Indian eclectism), and the perfect mix of fusion and groove-inflected rock on "Greenlight", which evokes a song where Eric Johnson and Al Di Meola duet fiercely within the context of a beautifully written compostion. Keys have a stronger impact on the moody "Dream in Blue", complete with stunning percussion and a slowly building guitar arrangement. "Breaking Point" is again like a neat Joe Satriani track that would feel at home on his self-titled album. Stuermer's understanding of rhythm and fluency is at its best here, climaxing with a spine-chilling guitar solo.
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First off a bit about me, i have been listening to music now since the late 70's, everything from abba to zztop and i know good music when i hear it. Daryl's latest album has quickly become one of my all time favorites and thats in a collection of over 1,200 albums aquired thru the years.

All ten instrumental songs on this disc are just great and to boot a nice varition between them, everything from straight ahead rock, to prog rock, to jazz fusion. His style reminds me of Joe Satriani with a bit more jazz fusion thrown in. The production is crystal clear and his guitars are up front like they should be. The other other players on the disc hold their own quite well and overall makes for a very tight band.

I have had this disc in my car for weeks now and just don't feel like playing anything else, its that good. No slow or downer stuff, just uplifting spirited guitar playing that will bring a smile to your face over and over again, do yourself a favor and if you only buy a couple of dics this year, make this one of them.

TC
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It was so refreshing to hear Daryl return to a more fusion-styled recording. He is an incredible guitarist and this CD really shows what he can do. I also enjoyed his past solo efforts where he chose a heavier jazz influence. However, his playing just fits so well and seems to push him a bit further when he is playing things more Genesis/Jazz-Fusion styled. This is his best solo effort since his first "Steppin Out" back in the 80s. Highly recommended.
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This is my second Daryl Stuermer album and while he's a good player, he also seems to be a one-trick pony. Every song on this disc sounds about the same, as does his tone, his percussive picking, his scales and his octave shifting gizmo. Let's be honest here; he's no shredder, nor does he have the harmonic sense of Eric Johnson. One tune, the Archer, has a bit of an Allan Holdsworth chord pattern, which is interesting.

In small doses, it's pretty good and the songs, although all similar, seem to get better towards the latter part of the disc. This is categorized as jazz, which it isn't, and I appreciate that this type of instrumental guitar is difficult to categorize. Its more like Russ Freeman playing progressive rock. Nicely produced but not quite virtuoso playing (at least by the standards of today's numerous super guitarists). If you really like Go, I'd suggest Guitarland by Tim Pierce, which tries to do the same thing Go does, but with more variety. Michael Dowdle's second album, From The Hip would be a good choice as well. Maybe Michael Thompson's World According to MT.
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Daryl Stuermer is not a member of Genesis, just live help from 1978-1992 not 30 years, never wrote one Genesis song, was Phil Collins puppet guitar player. Steve Hackett is the rightful guitar player of Genesis, led a giant solo act and didn't need to depend on Phil. As a full Genesis member, Steve wrote Genesis songs while Daryl ruined them since he is a jazz fusion player and non a progressive rock writer/guitarist in the way Steve Hackett was. Daryl wrongly stole credit from Genesis songs that Steve Hackett wrote. Some people just can't face the truth.
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"Greenlight" is an interesting, catchy and melodic track, one of 3 songs on this album which I rate with 5 stars, and the first one to download. Other memorable tunes on this album are "Dream in Blue" and "Heavy Heart", which also rate 5 stars from me. The rest of the tracks on this album were not as memorable for me.
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