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In his review of Clark Colborn's debut disc, Michael Molenda, Editor in Chief of "Guitar Player Magazine" said: "Clark Colborn's fat and massively effected tone comes on like Godzilla, and it shifts between slinky, silky, scary, spiky, and searing. ...his brilliantly schizoid technical/primitive approach to the guitar is pretty exciting. In short, he rocks." "Again" is the follow-up release (with King's X's Ty Tabor serving as the mastering engineer) and it takes Colborn's blend of guitar god sounds with progressive rock, metal and other genres to a new level. With "Again" Colborn says "I let the songs take control and go where they wanted to go. So I ended up with longer songs (the obvious single, 'Lie to Me,' is six and a half minutes long!), more complex arrangements (but they still flow and rock!), and vocals. I always try to write music that will flow, and rock, and hold the attention of the listener. Sometimes getting too technical can ruin that flow, but for intelligent listeners not being technical enough can make the music boring. I think this album really strikes a good balance."
In his review of Clark Colborn's debut disc, Michael Molenda, Editor in Chief of "Guitar Player Magazine" said: "Clark Colborn's fat and massively effected tone comes on like Godzilla, and it shifts between slinky, silky, scary, spiky, and searing. ...his brilliantly schizoid technical/primitive approach to the guitar is pretty exciting. In short, he rocks." "Again" is the follow-up release (with King's X's Ty Tabor serving as the mastering engineer) and it takes Colborn's blend of guitar god sounds with progressive rock, metal and other genres to a new level. With "Again" Colborn says "I let the songs take control and go where they wanted to go. So I ended up with longer songs (the obvious single, 'Lie to Me,' is six and a half minutes long!), more complex arrangements (but they still flow and rock!), and vocals. I always try to write music that will flow, and rock, and hold the attention of the listener. Sometimes getting too technical can ruin that flow, but for intelligent listeners not being technical enough can make the music boring. I think this album really strikes a good balance."
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Format: CD
Label: CDB
Rel. Date: 01/10/2012
UPC: 700261346595

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Artist: Clark Colborn
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In his review of Clark Colborn's debut disc, Michael Molenda, Editor in Chief of "Guitar Player Magazine" said: "Clark Colborn's fat and massively effected tone comes on like Godzilla, and it shifts between slinky, silky, scary, spiky, and searing. ...his brilliantly schizoid technical/primitive approach to the guitar is pretty exciting. In short, he rocks." "Again" is the follow-up release (with King's X's Ty Tabor serving as the mastering engineer) and it takes Colborn's blend of guitar god sounds with progressive rock, metal and other genres to a new level. With "Again" Colborn says "I let the songs take control and go where they wanted to go. So I ended up with longer songs (the obvious single, 'Lie to Me,' is six and a half minutes long!), more complex arrangements (but they still flow and rock!), and vocals. I always try to write music that will flow, and rock, and hold the attention of the listener. Sometimes getting too technical can ruin that flow, but for intelligent listeners not being technical enough can make the music boring. I think this album really strikes a good balance."
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