Produced by Winter, the album will be recorded at B-Room studios and EMB Studios in Oakland CA.
Online PR News – 23-April-2012 – San Francisco, CA – Email: email@example.com
SAN FRANCISCO CA: Having had a critically acclaimed album on the New Age/ Ambient / World Radio charts for over one year with the song "Stony Creek" San Francisco native guitarist Magic Brook is currently in the studio recording his next album with producer Winter (Stellamara, Shay Black, Kymberly Jackson. The album will be tracked at B-Room Studios and mixed at EMB Studios in Oakland CA.
"Brook & I met to go over the new material, which I think is great." Winter states. "To me it further shows off Brook's innovative technique (which he is taking to the next level) while still remaining accessible, retaining his great melodic sense, & relying on his deep compositional skills."
"I'm extremely happy to be working with Winter again" states guitarist Magic Brook. His expertise in the studio and his familiarity with my music and playing style will once again be most appreciated."
Magic Brook is well known for his alternative/ experimental finger-style acoustic guitar techniques such as the use of percussive slaps, tap guitar, split hands, and also includes techniques not usually associated with finger-style as Flamenco Rasgueados enlivening the 7 musical journeys in the collection. Formerly the guitarist for both Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley, Magic Brook's critically acclaimed album "The Source: Two Hands One Guitar" (mixed by Winter) charted at number 14 and remained in the top 60 category for over 30 consecutive weeks on the New Age/Ambient/World Radio Charts. the song "12 Long Years" (co-written with Bernie Gilbert) hit #2 on the Broadjam top ten in the Chicago Blues category, while iSound placed Brook's recordings into it's blues radio rotation.
The album to be titled later on is being planned for a summer 2012 release.
For more information please go to www.magicbrook.com