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Album Review

Grant Geissman negotiates and delivers a world class joint venture on his hit CD, Business as Usual. With arrangements for electric, electrical classical, classical, string acoustic and acoustic guitar on 12 tunes written by Grant, it's no wonder Geissman fans continue to be amazed by his brilliant string virtuosity. The title track opens the set with a high-energy stratocaster solo by Geissman with Sam Riney wailing on alto saxophone. "Chase The Dragon" features a funky dance-oriented rhythm, while "Gypsies" adds a Latin perspective to the set with Grant on classical and acoustic guitar. The exotic harmony of electric sitar with acoustic guitar (with tabla by Brad Dutz) on "India" adds another dimension to the Geissman string instrument collection. "Quiet Time" is pensive and portentous of the "smooth" guitar work that follows on "Tears Like Rain" — unlike the more organic flavor of Rustic Technology. Grant Geissman is truly a world-class string virtuoso with global appeal and a command of his instruments. This CD lends the listener an "around the world" feeling and welcomes you back home to Business as Usual.

Biography

Born: 13 April 1953 in Berkeley, CA

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Guitarist Grant Geissman is a leading jazz, fusion, and instrumental pop musician who first came to the public's attention in the 1970s as a member of flügelhornist Chuck Mangione's band. Born in Berkeley, California in 1953, Geissman grew up in the San Jose area, where he became interested in music at a young age, listening to a diverse range of artists from surf bands to the Beatles, Cream, Wes Montgomery, and B.B. King. As an adolescent, he began studying guitar and learning jazz standards, eventually...
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