9 thoughts on “ Someones Dream - Geoff Achison - Genevieve (CD, Album)

  1. ''Genevieve the Album delivers the best of everything. soulful blues textures combine with the improvised freedom of Jazz- Funky rhythms fused with the butt kicking impact of rock and roll. But most of all it has the boy from the country - The Souldigger - Geoff Achison I '' by Hugo T. Amstrong/5(2).
  2. When I get a Geoff Achison album, I do so because I want to hear Geoff Achison show off as the guitar phenom that he is. So, now, I get somewhat hypocritical. I often criticize musicians who stagnate rather than grow. This sounds different from other Geoff Achison albums in some ways. And I'm not happy/5(7).
  3. However, Achison's recent association with Randall Bramblett made me take another listen. Achison's voice still, well, isn't my favorite. However, there is so much more here than I noticed the first time I listened to Little Big Men. So, let's start with what really matters-- his guitar work. Geoff Achison is beyond a virtuoso/5(6).
  4. 20th Anniversary Concert by Geoff Achison & The Souldiggers, released 16 November 1. Tell Me Something I Don't Know 2. Crazy Horse 3. Rule The World 4. Natch'l Fax 5. Adam and Eve 6. Jungle 7. One Ticket, One Ride 8. Magic Belt 9. Help Yourself Living In Fear Be Careful What You Wish For Fantastic 20th Anniversary live concert recorded at .
  5. Genre: Blues Rate: kbps VBR / Time: Size: ,89 MB Artists: Geoff Achison – guitar, vocals; John Arthur –.
  6. We got to record an album We were there but the original treatment was based on the acoustic guitar and and then we start playing with the band as used by on and I think one of my favorite recorded versions is on the twentieth anniversary of the salt is on DVD just so happen to have one here. that one C D and DVD pack. and live. live concert.
  7. May 10,  · Geoff Achison confirmed the theory in , when he accompanied a small group of friends from Australia to ground zero — Beale Street — .
  8. Red hot blues & soul from one of Australia’s most respected guitar troubadours, Melbourne blues/roots artist Geoff Achison. Geoff released his first solo album Big Machine in In Geoff represented the MBAS in Memphis, USA winning the Albert King Award and scoring an endorsement deal with Gibson Guitars and has since toured the US.
  9. The CD itself has a beautiful full colour picture depicting the moon rising over the desert of Morocco, which as the gateway to Africa has always held fascination and been full of exotic stories. The accompanying booklet is 8 double sided pages in full gloss colour containing “snaps” of shots depicting life in Tangier and providing us with the lyrics to all the songs.

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