Kaleidoscope of Stars

by GP Hall



Recorded using my Fender Stratocaster. With a Roland GK3 pick up attached that goes through A Roland GR20 and Boss ME-6 it was recorded on to a Roland PMA-5 sequencer, using harmonics & swells + a few overdubs to create the astral sound for guitar, harpsichord, and strings. “Kaleidoscope of Stars” using the theory there is as many galaxies as there are grains of sand on every beach in the world. Staring up on a clear night and almost touching the Milky Way galaxy there I was looking up at just 1 grain of sand. It makes one feel small but that is no bad thing, that brings me hope. I have to let go. This track was about Capturing the moment.


released October 1, 2012
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GP Hall Chester, UK

I emerged in the British blues boom of the 1960s followed a long winding path through various scenes and cultures. Studied with the Roma flamenco master Manitas De Plata in Spain, toured Europe with Liverpool band Casey Jones & the Governors, Commissioned three times (twice by The Arts Council of Great Britain) played in the British avant-garde scene of the 1970s. Released 15 solo CD's to acclaim ... more

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