Sunday, October 24, 2010

Gaia Miranda "All in Time" CD Review

"All In Time" CD Review, before I start I 1st want to Thank Gaia for submitting her CD for this blog for me to review. Thank You, Gaia!

The 1st track "All In Time" has a really great intro, I enjoy listening to the skillfully fingerpicked acoustic guitar intro, the song has a nice, flowing, melancholy feel to it, it reminds me of a Fleetwood Mac type of song but it still has a unique sound and feel all it's own. "All In Time" contains some very well played lead guitar playing provided by Pat Travers. Pat Travers has been entertaining audiences and releasing top quality Rock n Roll music since the 70's. (See Bio.) "All In Time" is a great opening track.
"Heart of Mine" highlights the unique vocal stylings and talented, excellent, acoustic guitar playing of Gaia Miranda. Her voice is reminiscent of K.D. Lang and Tracy Chapman at times. This track has the classic sound and feel of a song you may have heard on FM radio, or maybe even AM radio, in the 70's. Think "Soft Rock" in a James Taylor type vein.
The 3rd track "Keep on Runnin" is an uptempo Rock n Roll song with a unique and somewhat mesmerizing electric guitar intro which doesnt last very long before the song bursts into a full-out Rockin' tune, this song features some excellent lead guitar playing by Eron Chambers. (See Bio.)
"You Know it's Spring" is another nice, melancholy, mellow song that features Gaia's unique and soaring vocal phrasing accompanied by another, well executed and well played acoustic guitar track.
The 5th song, "The Lone Zone" is another uptempo rocker that features some powerful drumming by Sean Shannon and more excellent lead guitar by Eron Chambers. The guitar pick scratches sound cool on this rockin' track.
"The Sun is High" is reminiscent of "Heart of Mine" and "You Know It's Spring" featuring a solo Gaia on acoustic guitar and vocals.
The final track, "Sweetest Part of Heaven (RoughCut)" strikes me as a Christmas ballad for a former or lost love or maybe a tribute to a lost family member...either way it's a great closing track featuring Gaia on electric guitar and vocals.
You can more find info on Gaia on YouTube, MySpace and Facebook!
"All In Time" is a winner, pick up your copy online on Gaia's website or directly @ Record Theater today!
Thank You Gaia!

G&D Sound

Friday, October 1, 2010

The Path

The Path donating their time and talent entertaining and educating some very special listeners about Autism thru a very special song written by Elaine about her son.
Anyone who knows me knows where this photo is from.

The Path finds its way into the famed "Night-Life Magazine". Thank You, Night-Life!

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Buffalo, NY Guitars

Dave Pontrello's Gibson Ripper Bass.
Here's John from The Path with his USA Custom G&L S-500. Thanks John!

Here's a sweet 1970 Gibson provided by Rick Johnston.
Thanx Rick!

Gaia Miranda's Super Custom Shop Gibson SJ-200 CE in Maple. Thanks Gaia!!!!
Scroll down to see more info on Gaia....

Gaia Miranda's 1995 Gibson CL-50 Supreme.

Gaia's Gibson 12 string Les Paul Custom in silverburst.

Gaia Miranda's 1971 Gibson ES335 Custom Dot.

Click on to find out all the latest on Gaia and her band.

Gaia can also be found on Youtube & Reverbnation.
Thank You, Gaia Miranda!!!!

Custom Warmoth '72 Tele

2001 Les Paul Classic Limited Edition

Here's Ric Stave playing a couple of killer Electric Basses'. Thank You!!
Click on and/or to find out where Ric will be playing near you.

Ossie from Suckerpunch playing a Spector Bass, Thankz Ossie!

These 2 photos were submitted by danimaltheman from

The white guitar is a Custom Carvin DC 127.

Thank You !!

Justin Kubiak AKA "Koobs" & "Carcass" playing his '52 Fender Telecaster reissue.
Justin is a Multi-Award Winning Guitarist and I have had the pleasure to perform with Justin on a couple of occasions. Thanx Justin!

Here's Kelly Patrick and his Prototype Jackson Kelly Electric Guitar. Thanx Kelly!

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Wanted By The FBI

W.B.T.FBI is a 3 piece All original Kick Ass Rockin' Blues outfit who have done big things and continue to do bigger and better things as they continue to blaze their very own Blues trail with every show they play...
Click on for all the latest on Wanted By The FBI.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Cannibal Corpse

Cannibal Corpse originated in good ole Buffalo, NY.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Straight Jacket

Straight Jacket played some strong, heavy cover tunes that I enjoyed listening to at the Exposure Concert.
Straight Jacket can be found on Facebook.

Straight Jacket features Mike on Guitar and Keith on Vocals.

Kim on Bass and Dave on Guitar. Awesome finish on that geetar Dave!

Silver Xtreme

Patsy Silver on Lead Vocals knows how to entertain and keep the crowd enthralled and involved on top of singing up a storm.

Joe on the bass brings a world of experience to the band and keeps the bottom end down tight and rock steady.

Triple Guitar Attack!!!

Silver Xtreme rocked the Exposure Concert and closed out their set with an absolute killer version of Freebird.

Click on to see where and when Silver Xtreme will be Rockin' next.

Saturday, September 11, 2010


Silkat 6 played the Exposure Concert on the first nite and performed very well, playing some strong originals and some crowd pleasing covers.

For more info on Silkat 6 goto

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The Little Louis Band

These guys kicked ass at The Exposure Concert so I asked them for a biz card which I promised I would post on my blog so here it is...
Thanks Guys.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

EXPOSURE Concert - Suzanne Perry

Maria from Soul Custody, Soul Custody filled the 8pm slot on 8/13. Thank You, Maria!

Ida from Old Skool, Old Skool played the 8pm slot on 8/14. Thank You Ida, Nice Fender Bass!

Silkat6 played the 2nd slot on 8/13.

One of the featured acts on 8/15 was The Little Louis Band.

The EXPOSURE was an awesome 3 - Day affair. NDS Studios provided the live online 24/7 stream.

Check out Suzanne Perry on Youtube

Featured Bands included:
Inner Chyld, Soul Custody, Old Skool

ampserand had a handbill at the show so I scanned and posted it.

Glycerine Imaging and Suzanne Perry have alot of cool photos of this Facebook event online, look them up.

Thank You Suzy!