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Under One Sky
Brian Hughes
Under One Sky
Genres: Jazz, Pop
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All Artists: Brian Hughes
Title: Under One Sky
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Justin Time Records
Release Date: 1/8/2007
Genres: Jazz, Pop
Style: Jazz Fusion
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 068944004928

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Metheny fans might check this one out.
(3 out of 5 stars)

"This album is a solid effort from Brian Hughes. It has some wonderful performances on it, but I think that Brian was still trying to find himself at this point. The similarity to Pat Metheny is too close. I must say that I haven't heard anyone come that close to Metheny, but he's not Metheny. I think that he learned this later. The similarity to Metheny goes beyond Hughes' playing. The arrangements are also similar (no mean feat for those who know Metheny's work) and even the instrumentation is about the same, right down to the cymbal sound. As far as the "rap" song goes; I had the CD on one day while my neice was over (her being a teen rap-a-holic) and that tune came on and she just started laughing. It could never be considered rap. All the same I do think that the CD is worth checking out."
You have to hear this one!
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Brian Hughes is, in my opinion, one of the most gifted musicians on the planet today. The similarity in style to Pat Metheny is uncanny. From the first tune, 'Under One Sky' (title track), that similarity is unmistakable. Yet, Brian Hughes' music is different and the album offers a pleasant variety. A sprinkle of Jesse Cook and you have 'Nasca Lines' (track #2), with an unmistakable Iberian flavour. If you've never been a big fan of rap, 'Here Comes Trouble' (track #5) will grab you and pound it into you with such driving guitar that you'll be left with hair standing on end, salivating and asking for more. This is rap like you've never heard it before. Wow! Or try 'Thin Blue Line' (track #9) for us daydreamer types.The music is evocative and beautiful. The musicianship is second to none. A must have for anyone who appreciates good music."
"Outstanding CD and reviewed by Felipe Sahurie!"
Felipe Sahurie | 08/27/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"All I can say is, "WOW"!!!My favorite track from this CD is "Break The Spell".The first track "Under One Sky" is a song perfect for a sunny day!"Nasca Lines" is a song for people that like groovy middle eastern music."Nueve Puertas(Nine Doors)" is a song that reminds me of such happy memories.It is a perfect song for Summer, and as well as The Weather Channels Local Forecast Segment!"Here Comes Trouble" is a song for people that LOVEE Rock and Roll.My favorite song "Break The Spell" is the best song on this CD!I just love the guitar work on from Brian Hughes on this song.It is a happy and relaxing song that will make you think of a very sunny day on the beach in the middle of Summer!"An Angel's Wish" is a beautifully composed song, but a bit slow."Thin Blue Line" is a very cool song that was featured many times on The Weather Channels Local Forecast Segment.It is a song perfect elevator music song.In conclusion, this CD deserves 5 stars out of 5 because it is well put and it deserves its high rating!Get this CD today!!!"