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Gary Myrick has played amazing guitar for years. "She Talks In Stereo" was an MTV hit in 1980. Now Gary has resurrected a wide variety of songs and presents them with his acoustic 12 string bringing an amazing tone and complexity to these songs. His "Ode to Robert Johnson" starts the disc off (and is the featured video), nuances of Leadbelly and others carry on Gary's Texas roots in the blues. This all analog recording was done with one ribbon vintage microphone and brings his virtuoso power and raw vocals to the present day. Stan Lynch of the Petty Heartbreakers calls Gary a "bad ass" with an "incredible sound".
Gary Myrick has played amazing guitar for years. "She Talks In Stereo" was an MTV hit in 1980. Now Gary has resurrected a wide variety of songs and presents them with his acoustic 12 string bringing an amazing tone and complexity to these songs. His "Ode to Robert Johnson" starts the disc off (and is the featured video), nuances of Leadbelly and others carry on Gary's Texas roots in the blues. This all analog recording was done with one ribbon vintage microphone and brings his virtuoso power and raw vocals to the present day. Stan Lynch of the Petty Heartbreakers calls Gary a "bad ass" with an "incredible sound".
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Forever-Adventures in 12 String
Artist: Gary Myrick
Format: CD
New: In Stock and available for pick up $13.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Ode to Robert Johnson
3. Track 3
4. on the Road Again
5. Track 5
6. Reach the Rock
7. Track 7
8. Imaginary Western
9. Track 9
10. Play with Fire
11. Track 11
12. Living Disaster
13. Track 13
14. Beautiful and Rich
15. Track 15
16. the World Watches on
17. Track 17
18. Blue Gene Vincent
19. 1
20. Gotta Serve Somebody
21. 1
22. Hard Times in the World

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Gary Myrick has played amazing guitar for years. "She Talks In Stereo" was an MTV hit in 1980. Now Gary has resurrected a wide variety of songs and presents them with his acoustic 12 string bringing an amazing tone and complexity to these songs. His "Ode to Robert Johnson" starts the disc off (and is the featured video), nuances of Leadbelly and others carry on Gary's Texas roots in the blues. This all analog recording was done with one ribbon vintage microphone and brings his virtuoso power and raw vocals to the present day. Stan Lynch of the Petty Heartbreakers calls Gary a "bad ass" with an "incredible sound".

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