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Album Review

It shouldn't be surprising that Guitar by the Fire offers no surprises to fans of such John Tesh records as Sax by the Fire. Tesh's music is frequently about texture — usually, that texture is romantic mood music, which is what this album is. It doesn't matter that Tesh doesn't play guitar — he doesn't play saxophone, either; the title just signals what the main instrument on the album is. The guitar is light and romantic, fitting the mood of the album perfectly. Anyone who liked previous Tesh records will probably enjoy this, even if it doesn't seem to have the special something that made Sax by the Fire a favorite, nor does it have the musical scope of Live at Red Rocks. Instead, it just offers good mood music.


Born: July 09, 1952 in Garden City, NJ

Genre: Inspirational

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

For many years, John Tesh went virtually unrecognized as a musician and composer, instead enjoying television success as the co-host of the nightly show biz news magazine Entertainment Tonight; while his initial attempts to mount a recording career were met with scorn and ridicule, he had the last laugh on his detractors, rising to become one of new age instrumental music's biggest superstars. Born July 9, 1952 in Long Island, New York, Tesh began playing piano at the age of six; as a teen, he also...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: New Age, Music
  • Released: Aug 25, 1998

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