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Composer/guitarist Gary Wittner astonishes on new album
(Published: February 13, 2019)

Maine-based Gary Wittner is a gifted composer/guitarist who recently came out with a fantastic brand new album. This project has a very thought-provoking title: Too Modern for Me.

How many of us are tired of listening to harsh, ear-fatiguing music with way too much loudness? Music shouldn't be a competition for the loudest, fattest sound. It should be about making art, and Gary Wittner knows this very well.

As a result, his sound has a charming retro twist, with warm melodies and inviting aesthetics. In addition to the stunning production, Wittner strikes me for his amazing guitar playing. His phrasing is absolutely impeccable, and the arrangement of his guitar parts is astonishing. He learned various lessons from the greatest of jazz, ranging from icons such as Charlie Christian, to innovators like Julian Lage. The possibilities are truly endless, and Wittner knows what it takes to take the listeners on a deep musical journey.

More Information: https://www.garywittner.com/pages/home.html

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