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No Boundaries
     

No Boundaries

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by Randy Dorman
 
Nashville-based session guitarist Randy Dorman has logged over 20 years of experience playing behind Kenny Rogers. On this all-instrumental outing, he's joined by keyboardist Warren Hartman, bassist Chuck Jacobs, and drummer Lynn Hammann. Pat Bergeson guests on harmonica on the penultimate track, a rendition of the Kenny Rogers song "You Looked So Beautiful," while

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Nashville-based session guitarist Randy Dorman has logged over 20 years of experience playing behind Kenny Rogers. On this all-instrumental outing, he's joined by keyboardist Warren Hartman, bassist Chuck Jacobs, and drummer Lynn Hammann. Pat Bergeson guests on harmonica on the penultimate track, a rendition of the Kenny Rogers song "You Looked So Beautiful," while Dorman goes it alone on both guitar and bass on the closing "Reflections." While Dorman's guitar work (almost entirely acoustic) is crisp and well-recorded, most tracks have the tint of background music. Emphasizing a light Latin pop feel with occasional touches of country and jazz, the record seldom rises above the level of fluff. (A hidden bonus track features Dorman on a guitar-only version of the opener, "Rhythms of the Night.")

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Release Date:
07/10/2001
Label:
DREAM CATCHER
UPC:
0667623020121
catalogNumber:
201

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No Boundaries 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Got the CD on Saturday; enjoyed it from several perspectives - there is great technicality, without being overly technical, influences of several styles (at times, almost a humor - like a smile buried into it), and overall a relaxing ride - an accompaniment to mood, expressive, without making demands on the attention of a listener. I hope this was your intent, and that I have interpreted it correctly...it will be interesting to see what the professional reviews say...Lee Strickland