Only [Bonus Tracks]

Only [Bonus Tracks]

by Tommy Emmanuel

CD(Bonus Tracks / Special Edition)

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Release Date: 06/16/2009
Label: Original Works
UPC: 0793573574084
catalogNumber: 90985
Rank: 20310

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Only 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tommy Emmanuel takes his guitar and produces the best steel string guitar music out there. Brilliant melodiuos and all around GREAT music from Tommy Emmanuel C.G.P. I STRONGLY RECOMMEND THIS ALBUM! Most of the music isnt stuff you would tap your feet to but its the stuff you close your eyes and let the music flow. GET THISSSSSSSSS
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been a huge fan of Tommy's for years, but this has to be the best so far. My personal favorite song is "Questions." I have just one request tho --- When some of you come to see Tommy in concert, please refrain from humming along with his playing. It drives my bonkers!!! But, I know exactly why people do it --- he is wonderful. Makes you feel so much better for knowing him!! Can't wait til the next one!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
the best emanuel has ever done. This is the purest, coolest mix of guitar music. Showcases his emense talent, without any distraction of other instruments, only Emanuel at his best.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tommy's mastery of the guitar as a multi-faceted instrument for creating musical sound goes way beyond picking and strumming the strings...he mesmerizes you with incredibly controlled softness countered by thunderously flashy change-ups and light-fast fingerpicking--an instant journey through the traditions of Chet Atkins, on to folk, jazz & fusion styles...making one think of Al de Meola or John McLaughlin. Emmanuel offers original compositions of impossible manipulations of string sound, drumming rhythms, harmonics, and unusual voicings from every part of the instrument including the face, body, rims, neck, nuts, and bridgeworks. Have you ever heard a guitar capture the subtle sounds of the wind? Or of an aboriginal diggerydoo?? This album forced me to go hear him live in concert!