Guitar Interactive's vintage guitar expert Paul
Brett's new CD 'Taming the Beast' is set to be
released through iTunes and Amazon on February 19th 2013.
It is available on download and On Demand (Amazon).
There are twelve original songs and instrumentals composed, played
and sung by Paul Brett, one of the world's leading twelve string
guitarists. Guitars featured throughout are Paul new PB Vintage
signature 12 string, his 1970's Aria 12 string signnature, Joe
Veillette's Terz and Gryphon 12 strings and one track played
on his new Vintage PB signature 6 string. This is the only track
which features Paul's interpretation of Edga Allen Poe's Poem
'Evening Star' . Paul is joined on some tracks by upright bassist
Track listing is :
Ballet of the Birds ( an orchestral style 12 string
instrumental for which Paul is renown for)
What did you do today? ( A beautifully crafted song
asking a simple question)
Psychadelic Pauline ( Born in the '80's but the 60's
took her soul)
666 ( I dreamed i saw a beast appear with many
Evening Star (Edgar Allen Poe)
Hutchie's Jig ( Instrumental played on Veillette's
Unique sounding Gryphon 12 string)
The Blues ( The story of Origins)
Nothing really changes ( have we really learned
anything or do we keep repeating out mistakes)
Flow ( Life from the cradle to grave)
Celtic Blue (Another 12 string Instrumental)
I Earth ( A plea from the planet )
Sun (What would we do without it!)
What the press say about Paul
"Brett is the best 12 string guitarist on the planet
" Music Week
" If Eric Clapton's fingers are made of gold then
Brett's are pure platinum " Concert News USA
" Brett sounds like a 12 string version of the Halle
Orchestra in full flight " Fred Dellar - Mojo
" Virtuoso performer , untouchable and incomparable "
" Very ambitious, very different and very good "
" Master of the solo 12 string guitar " Gloucester
" Brett is very imaginative and a superb player "
" Paul is always the innovator , one of the very few
" This guy sounds like four players " The Sun
Check out Paul's latest vintage guitar column in
issue 15 of Guitar Interactive here.