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You might say, there is something very timeless about Steve. He has a signature sound. His playing is very precise, but very fluid. He sounds like what the archetypal guitarist should sound like, but he sounds like no one else. Dexterous, inventive, tasteful; these are some of the adjectives I'd use to describe Steve's style.
Steve's musical career is now in its fifth decade, but he gives the impression - as he so often does - of being at the peak of his powers. Steve's new solo effort, Time, is a case in point. From a guitar purist's point of view, this has to be one of the most delectable collections of music imaginable. This is not to say that that the guitar is the only instrument featured on this record. Indeed, orchestra and keyboards figure prominently and importantly too. But each and every composition - be it original or an interpretation - seems sculpted in such a way as to reveal the haunting beauty and magic potential of the guitar.
It is hard to pick a standout track from Time. Both the arrangements and the playing are understated, but this creates the musical space for some rather sublime moments to shine through. This is particularly true with The 3rd of March, a composition written by Steve's keyboardist collaborator Paul K. Joyce, where every note seem imbued with a rapturous beauty.Read more ›
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With an orchestra behind him, Steve Howe takes his music to even higher levels.Published 14 months ago by Dennis Krill
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New music from Steve Howe...not quite as good as i thought it would be. Will have to give it more listens to decide if i like it.Published on July 7, 2013 by Stephen J. Savage
As advertised. Used as gift so hopefully person who received it enjoys it. No known problems. Not sure what else to say.Published on January 1, 2013 by Mary Rott