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This is the Steve Howe you know and LOVE!

Finally, the Maestro has laid down 20 tracks of him and his guitars! Everything is here; flemenco, classical, blues, jazz, and fingerpicking deluxe. If you love the guitar or play the guitar, this is one fretboard master you cannot avoid. Study, listen and enjoy!

Great pickin'

One of the all time great guitarists, Steve Howe proves over and over again how substantial his talent is. On the other hand, he also proves how much fun he can have, with many of these tunes played in a style that would have made the late, great Chet Atkins proud. Howe can shift into so many styles and moods, yet you know you're still listening to his ecletic elegance. What a master!

Classic Howe

This album includes 4 new tracks and pulls together many other solo pieces from both common and less traveled places. Steve uses acoustic and electric where previously the other resided, which gives some older pieces a fresh coat of paint. If you want a great overview of Howe's work, pick this one up.


Born: April 8, 1947 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Steve Howe was born in London on April 8, 1947. When he began playing guitar he had quite a few influences, chief among them Chet Atkins. When you consider that two of the others were Django Reinhardt and the duo of Les Paul & Mary Ford, it's hard to believe that he would become one of the most influential guitarists in progressive rock. In fact, his first band was a Chuck Berry-infused outfit called the Syndicats. He began playing with that group in 1964, and they released several singles before...
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