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Robbie Tee: “Acoustic Interludes & One”

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Posted March 15, 2012 by Peter Burns in Instrumental

Rating

Production
95%


Arrangement
100%


Songwriting
95%


Performance
100%


Appeal
95%


Total Score
97%


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Producer: Robbie Tee
 
Engineer: Robbie Tee
 
Track List: 1. Midnight 2. Monsters 3. Taxi 4. Misty 5. Rush Hour
 

Positives:

The beautiful acoustic guitar playing
 

Negatives:

a couple more songs would have satisfied our appetite
 
Our Review

It’s hard doing a review for a friend whose music you love to start with, but then again reviewing great music is relatively easily no matter who the artist is. In addition, readers can hear and tell the difference between what is considered good music and what is not. Acoustic Interludes & One is good […]

by Peter Burns
Full Article

It’s hard doing a review for a friend whose music you love to start with, but then again reviewing great music is relatively easily no matter who the artist is. In addition, readers can hear and tell the difference between what is considered good music and what is not. Acoustic Interludes & One is good music. Whether or not you like the genre.

Robbie Tee is normally a rocker, more used to shredding than shimmering his guitar. On this occasion however he has chosen to surprise us, and his die-hard fans, with an an album that is delicate yet intense. Maybe even more intense and personal than he has ever done before. The Ep is almost entirely acoustic orientated, bar the final track . Robbie not only wrote and produced the album but also played all the parts. So it is very personal indeed.

The album which will be released officially through Indy Alley records, showcases yet again the playing skills of a very talented artist. He tackles the acoustic fusion sound like you would, a hamburger. He tucks right in, fervently. The result is some exquisite rhythms and solo’s, that at times leave you breathless.

Highly recommended for guitar lovers of any genre!  This album is going to be a serious candidate for “Indie Instrumental Album Of The Year.”


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