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Microsoft's co-founder Paul Allen has made his love of music no secret, as anyone who's set foot in Seattle's Experience Music Project Museum can attest. Proceeds from this album will go toward educational programs at the museum. Allen's debut album shouldn't come as a surprise, only that it's taken him this long to get around to it. The songs are generally blues-based rock 'n' roll tunes with plenty of room for guitar solos and classic rock moves that any hardcore fan of early 1970s blues-rock would find comforting. Blues-rock guitar players, in particular, have plenty to check out. In fact, despite a decent list of known guests —  Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart for "Straw Into Gold," Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders on "Rodeo" and Joe Walsh of the James Gang and the Eagles for "Six Strings from Hell" — the real star moments are with the guitars, whether it be Derek Trucks, Doyle Bramhall or Allen and his Underthinkers. Allen's career earned him access, but he taught himself the music.

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Great Tunes from Great Singers

Liked having all the artists on this Album.

If You Like Stellar Guitars,...

... then you owe it to yourself to buy this. The songs are great, the voices are great, and the instrumentation is great, but it's the guitars that set this album apart from all the rest. All in all, a great album. Plus, the proceeds go to a fine cause, so everyone wins.

Undiscovered Gem

Full disclosure, I got this CD through a business connection here in Seattle, Paul Allen's hometown and the location of his business ventures and the EMP. Not expecting anything, I was totally blown away. It grabs you immediately with the Wilson sisters on "Straw into Gold"; their signature voices are wonderful. "Pictures of a Dream" features great vocals from Tim Pike and gripping guitar work over 7 minutes long. Joe Walsh owns "Six Strings from Hell" with a classic James Gang feel; kudos to Mr. Allen for capturing the past. I am so impressed that Paul Allen is the writer or co-writer of every cut. Some songs are funky, others bluesy, and some straight rock. I feel that this is an album that should be kept in its entirety; don't just buy the most popular cuts. What I find surprising is that I'm not hearing any of these songs on the radio, especially with the Wilson sisters also being local artists.


Formed: January 21, 1953 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Paul G. Allen was born on January 21, 1953 in Seattle, Washington. At a young age, he was proficient on violin but at 16 he picked up the electric guitar after seeing a Jimi Hendrix concert. By 1975 he had co-founded Microsoft, staying with the company until 1983. In the following decades he went on to become a leading philanthropist, founder and chairman of Vulcan Inc, the owner of several pro sports teams, and a musician who jammed with Carlos Santana, Buddy Guy, Robbie Robertson, Derek Trucks,...
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Everywhere At Once, Paul Allen and The Underthinkers
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