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Equilibrium

Erik Mongrain

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Montreal guitarist Erik Mongrain gained early recognition for a two-handed tapping technique that owed something to Stanley Jordan, although Mongrain performed it with the guitar in his lap. On his albums, of which this is the second, that method, which he apparently has abandoned largely, wouldn't be visible anyway, but he does demonstrate a tremendous facility as a player, albeit in a familiar style. Mongrain owes much to his hero, Michael Hedges, and to such other predecessors as Leo Kottke. He mixes in harmonics and percussive tapping to create varied effects, leading to enjoyable performances. There isn't anything really new here, but guitar fans still mourning Hedges' death may take comfort with this worthy successor.

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Género: New Age

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Canadian New Age guitarist Erik Mongrain was born on April 12, 1980, in Montreal, and got his start as a musician on the streets of his hometown, where he developed a playing style he called "lap tapping" that involved tapping chords on the strings of his instrument while holding it flat in his lap. He appeared on Lynda Lemay's 2005 album Un Paradis Quelque Part and wrote two songs for it. In 2006, he went back to playing the guitar in a more conventional...
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