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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    His own music may not satisfy metal fans because it isn't. But I personally find it a much more interesting listening experience. I'm not looking for music to thrash my neck to.
    Neither am I - my previous selections were done tongue in cheek - and the "stunt guitarist" comment was meant humourously - but I would like to know a suggested next step taken from Keneally if you have a recommendation to offer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sydney Nova Scotia View Post
    Neither am I - my previous selections were done tongue in cheek - and the "stunt guitarist" comment was meant humourously - but I would like to know a suggested next step taken from Keneally if you have a recommendation to offer.
    It depends on your taste. If you want lot of diversity with all of Mike's quirky eccentricities, humor, catchy songs and guitar laden instrumentals, I recommend his first two CDs, Hat, and Boil That Dust Speck. And there's another great one called Dancing. This one is so catchy and upbeat even your wife/girlfriend will like it. But it is not light or ephemeral stuff. This music is fantastic! And the production is first rate.

    If you want something all instrumental, get the CD with Metropole Orkest entitled The Univers Will Provide. If you enjoy something a little mellower and acoustic there's a great album called Wooden Smoke.

    I'm also a big fan of Scambot 1, but the second half includes a lot of dissonant guitar stuff that some listeners don't like. Scambot 2 is great as well, but it's only available in a deluxe edition at 30 dollars.
    Check your general retailers, or Mike's store. That's where I buy all his stuff. He has a great 4 pack bundle where you get the CDs for only 10 dollars each. http://www.keneally.com/

    ok, back to Metal fatigue...
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    This is an awesome track!


    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    This is a cool tune from Marty Friedman's latest solo album. He's a great player and very melodic.
    And he likes to mix things up and keep it interesting.



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    This features the former lead singer of Head East, which had the big hit Never Been Any Reason.

    Last edited by Fritz Kobus; Jul-15-2018 at 23:04.
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    Last edited by ClassicalListener; Jul-15-2018 at 23:35.

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