The signature style of guitarist, David Frazier, is a versatile blend of musical cuisine. He combines tasty jazz innovations with spicy funk grooves, soulful blues licks and passionate Latin rhythms to serve up a fresh and vibrant new sound that’s distinctively different. “. . . this multifaceted guitarist . . . hints at a soul rich in blues history . . .” comments writer, Jonathan Widran, in a recent review in “JAZZIZ” Magazine.
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Jonathan Widran, JAZZIZ” Magazine, May 1999 CD Review
David Frazier A Touch of Blues (Cats Paw)
Maybe it’s a bit unfair to begin a review of David Frazier’s sharply realized debut, A Touch of Blues (Cats Paw), by railing against another version of Sting’s pretty-but-over-covered “Fragile,” but the simple truth is that this multifaceted guitarist doesn’t need something so obvious to show us what he’s made of. On the other hand, this umpteenth cover of Carlos Santana’s “Europa” is positively dreamy, and it gives Frazier seven minutes to modulate from sharp, crackling tones to distorted fuzziness.
Throughout, Frazier’s fiery interaction with the Hammond B-3 of Tyrone Jackson hints at a soul rich in blues history
A Touch Of Blues
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