InstruMental Guitarist from Louisville, Kentucky
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Long time no hear! Really missed your playing. Wow you really poured everything you had into this one. Such a wonderful player. One of the best anywhere.
Haven't heard the original dude but this is really fine axe playing. Distorted but smooth sound ya got. The section that starts about 45 sec in is just awesome. Thumzup K.
The track may be called `Farewll` but for me its like coming home. Been a while since I dropped by your page and is such a treat to hear these rich sounds you wrangle out of that guitar of yours. Lately I've become obsessed with live music and this is fabulously rewarding - nobody quite does it like you do Kelly - great job pal
Kelly, you play the geetar like I eat. Expertly and with great gusto. This is just terrific as short as it is....
Fusion has been my genre of choice for several years, but I am also inspired by rock, jazz, blues and most recently, metal.
My recording/mixing skills have yet to be acquired, my playing is at best sub-par, but my enthusiam for creating music shall never waiver.
The bulk of my future lies in Alternative Metal. I have recently gained a keen interest in creating that crunch! I have no real "Rock Star" aspirations, but enjoy engaging in collabs to create something new and different.
I also build custom guitars. Please view my artists gallery for a look at some of my projects.
<pre>Cryin: I think I must go around with my head in my ass sometimes...I don't remember listening to yor music before and it's just fabulous, Kelly...damn I am so impressed...you and Joseph have a lot in common...take a nom!! dawnsinclair - 16 May 2008
This is beautiful and dramatic music - it is obvious that you love playing it - every note is wonderful. MoonTurnedBlue - 27 July 2008
Cause We've Ended as Lovers: Great soulful guitar playing! Always interesting. Rated.Cheers, Smudge from Smudgie aswann - 03 November 2007
Insanity: Wow Kelly, this is awesome! Love the mix of guitar and electronica, the sweeps are spot on an there is also some lovelt whammy bar work in there. Love the Eastern feel again - have a soft spot for the harmonic minor and arabian sounds. Cool tones too, really look forward to hearing the completed version. PM me when it's up! Superhuman - 05 December 2007
Superhumnan's Phantasm: God Kelly. How I have missed you on this site eludes me. Seems everyone knows who you are. If I didn't need to head off to work I would have a new album to listen to. Be back and thanks for the DL's. Rated. Beluga - 08 May 2008
I hear the Sheik Yerbouti style of Big Frank especially at about the minute mark or just a tad over. Dead good this dude. Oh yeah 1min 36 and it's got that vibe real cool. Great final 30 dude. Rated (as if there was any doubt) James Oakwood - 15 September 2008
This is one is quite different for Kelly, given the electro slant. I liked this track the first time I heard it, although there are a couple of rough edits the track flows in a nice unusual way.
The track open with Kelly's signiture use of the whammy bar - something that is not easy to do at all. I really love the little diminished run followed by a more traditional solo break. Over the yea
This really blew me away, you can tell there is a lot of passion in what is being played. Element of several bands i loved came through, Sabbath being the first feel i noticed.I'd love to see something like this on Guitar Heroes, largely cos i'm no where near that good on guitar and like pretending i am(hey its cooler than air guitaring)Top notch stuff#:)
For a newbie/beginner, the composition is conceived well, and the arrangement was laid out in a thoughtful manner. I can hear a lot of the influences you mention on your page, but you do not call special attention to any of them, which is always a good thing for a player of your level.
There are enough genres/styles blended in to make this tune interesting to other devotees of jazz fusion, prog r
This tune had me fooled for the first 8 bars or so. I thought it was a totally generic jazz track that some wanna-be would be adding his licks to. What I got instead was a truly artistic contribution to a rather basic jazz rhytm section that turned this generic into a genre that needs to be focused on. What was jazz fusion is no longer con-fusion with this artist. Rock meets Jazz meets Acid
While this track left no doubt as to why the composer named it as such, I must say that without a structured tempo as well as the frequent non-timed breaks throughout the piece I found it difficult to gather in the full emotion of the artist. Great sound and unique effects give homage to this artists influences, but needs more structure in this reviewers opinion.