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The Art of Motion–Andy McKee

posted by Ben Witherington

As most of you know I am a string player (guitars, violin etc.) and I know talent when I see it. Here is an enjoyable introduction to Andy McKee. This song is in the tradition of Michael Hedges.. I will be posting more :) Enjoy



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posted July 5, 2010 at 7:04 pm


Raised to believe Christian tenents, I ve never given much credence to reincarnation, but here it appears Michael Hedges HAS returned to us, albeit a bit more melodic for having taken a 10 year break. \n \n All flattery aside, Andy your sound is your own and gorgeous in it s own rite, but for those of us still (hard to see the keyboard without wiping away a tear or twenty) grieving the vaccuum left by Michael s early departure, you are more than merely refreshing, that Spirit which awakened the soul found by those who are truly listening , and by me first within Aerial Boundaries is alive and prolific within your mastery. \n \n Continually grow and reveal as we walk this odd, short journey here, sometimes revelling in the Drifting. \n \nHenry Scott.
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posted July 5, 2010 at 7:06 pm


tune your guitar to a chord and start making your own similar arrangements……however you are limiting yourself in many ways but if you love the show aspect of what you see here then go for it……most of your songs will be 3 chords though and monotonous……..
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Paul Adams

posted July 6, 2010 at 12:26 am


Very nice, Ben! Thanks for posting. He will be added to my acoustic collection that includes the inimitable Tommy Emmanuel.



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Thorn

posted July 6, 2010 at 3:45 pm


I miss Hedges, but Andy McKee is incredible. I saw his “Drifting” clip a few weeks ago, and my jaw hit the floor. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfF4QLO-L_4 I really like the fan frets on that particular guitar.



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posted July 6, 2010 at 3:55 pm


If you haven’t seen Don Ross on guitar, you should check him out as well. I’d recommend catching his “Klimbim” and “Michael, Michael, Michael” videos on YouTube.



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Jordan

posted July 6, 2010 at 8:05 pm


Incredible. I agree with the previous comment, check out Don Ross. I saw him live in April and it was jaw-droppingly good.



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Rick C

posted July 6, 2010 at 8:58 pm


Excellent! Thanks for sharing!



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