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6 Degrees Entertainment

Title - 'Between The Tracks'
Artist - Steve Eulberg

For those not in the know, based in San Mateo, California, guitarist-composer Steve Eulberg has just released this ninth solo album this year.

A 13-track, 44 minute album, Between The Tracks (out now via Owl Mountain Music) is Steve's latest offering of relaxing, melodic solo guitar magic highlighting his jazzy and bluesy acoustic instrumentals.

Steve is also renowned for his pop-vocals and his instrumental dulcimer albums and on Between The Tracks he returns to his love of acoustic finger-style nylon and steel string guitar instruments.

1. 'Habits'
2. 'For Emily'
3. 'Planxton's Farewell'
4. 'Between The Tracks'
5. 'Charlie's Wrinkle'
6. 'Godspeed'
7. 'Theatricum Bontanicum'
8. 'The Guitar Twiddle'
9. 'Morning Pages'
10. 'Eos'
11. 'Traded My Thyroid In'
12. 'Guitar Etude No. 3'
13. 'Walking Down The Trail'

We begin with the beautiful, gently Latin 'Habits' which blends seamlessly into the acoustic duo of both 'For Emily' and 'Planxton's Farewell,' and then the tempo is raised for the foot-tappin' title track.

The affable Latin sway of 'Charlie's Wrinkle' is next with the acoustic folk of 'Godspeed' backed by my favorite track on the album, the playful 'Theatricum Bontanicum.'

Next up is the mellow, laid back, low key blues of 'The Guitar Twiddle' which in turn is followed by the acoustic folk of 'Morning Pages.'

The album then comes to a close with the mid-tempo bounce of 'Eos,' the American folk of 'Traded My Thyroid In,' the longest track on the album at nearly six minutes, the Latin-fused 'Guitar Etude No. 3,' and ends with the down south blues of 'Walking Down the Trail.'

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