'A Flickering Light' is the sweet celebration of the electric guitar. The record delivers clear and beautiful melodies on a silver platter. Peter's love for the instrument is obvious in the language his fingers speak.' -STEVE VAI 'This CD totally f**king blew me away. It gave me the chills.' -Randy Gregg (Thin Lizzy, Dee Snider, Almost Queen) 'This CD is a combination of melodies and powerful guitar playing. All with amazing tone and production. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this CD ...all with a great cause in mind. Check it out.' - Eddie Head (Hajis Kitchen, Shrapnel Artist) 'People wake up, this CD kicks ass and is for a great cause! It's awesome!!' - Bruce Bouillet (Racer X, Solo Artist) New York based guitarist Peter Gusmano premieres his self-titled debut CD, A Flickering Light. This full length CD, with 100% of worldwide sales profits going towards raising funds for curing ALS (Lou Gehrigs Disease), is part of a project entitled Guitar For a Cure. This CD is an exciting new instrumental guitar CD of all original music composed by Peter Gusmano (Polar Bear Bulldog Music Inc). The CD contains a focus on melodic overtones reminiscent of David Gilmour with an influence by a range of players such as Joe Satriani, Michael Landau with an infusion of Alice in Chains edge. This CD is comprised of Peter Gusmano on Lead, Rhthym and Acoustic Guitars and Midi Pads, Ethan Meixsell (Solo Artist) on bass, harmonies and keys as well as Joe Chirco (Session Drummer) on Drums and Percussion. Recorded and engineered by Carl Roa (Solo Artist/Magic Elf) and Produced by Peter Gusmano, this CD features blistering guitarwork at it's best with special solo guest Favored Nations Dave Weiner (Steve Vai Band/Solo Artist), Carl Roa, Ethan Meixsell, Sal Tine and Steve Simonson. With the focus on superb guitar tone and melodic songwriting, these compositions blend emotion with powerful guitar playing with an edge...all for a powerful cause. Make a difference...Guitar for a Cure! Donate today!!!
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