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Album Review

Better known as Sting's guitarist, Dominic Miller has put out a few solo efforts over the years, with this, his fourth, following suit. This one shows a sensitive side, with tender compositions for solo guitar throughout (with the exception of a vocal number midway through), sometimes backed up by various musician friends on drums or bass for a song or two. The sound is primarily soft rock and the like, but Miller effectively handles a dose of jazz in "Partido Alto" as well. Miller's playing is perhaps too light and cautious to really manage a solo effort. He plays as though he's still in the rhythm section rather than letting his abilities come through fully. At the same time, he has a very tender touch, welcome in its own right. This album probably won't be making massive waves in the music community, but it's a nice addition for those in relevant circles.

Biography

Born: March 21, 1960 in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Genre: Jazz

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

b. 21 March 1960, Buenos Aires, Argentina. From the age of 10 Miller was raised in Racine, Wisconsin, where, five years later, he began playing guitar. He studied formally both in the USA and in England. It was at London’s Guildhall School of Music that he met fellow students Nigel Kennedy and Mike Lindup (later of Level 42). In the mid- to late 80s Miller played a US tour with World Party, following that by playing lead guitar with King Swamp. This was succeeded by engagements with Chrissie Hynde...
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