The music of Warren Mendonsa Blackstratblues

A Master is One

April 1st, 2009, 9:07 am

who has learned to trust their skils.

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The Similarity between Music and Love

January 3rd, 2009, 8:10 pm

You have to be at your most vulnerable and honest to get the best results at both.

The Santa Myth

November 13th, 2008, 3:30 am

The Santa Myth is an important lesson for children. Don’t believe everything They tell you.

Featured in the inaugural issue of Rolling Stone magazine in india

March 8th, 2008, 3:55 pm

Here’s the front cover and article page from the magazine.

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Front Cover Rolling Stone

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Article page in Rolling Stone

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Larry’s review

May 17th, 2007, 3:54 pm

Here’s a review by Larry about the album. Be sure to check out his interesting blog at Larry’s Space.

In contrast to most instrumental guitar albums, Nights In Shining Karma travels effortlessly between melodic, ethereal and beautiful mood pieces and rocking, up-tempo numbers. Warren Mendonsa navigates through this varying musical landscape with a sure hand and impeccable musical instincts, creating an album both guitarists and casual listeners will find alternately touching, uplifting and energizing. Eschewing the gymnastic stunts of many high profile solo guitar artists, Mendonsa’s stunning technique weaves itself subtly into the musical tapestry of completely realized songs, rather than mere vehicles for a vulgar display of ability. With golden tones and unassailable taste and touch, Mendonsa echoes Gilmour and Johnson without being derivative of either. Nights In Shining Karma is surely the ‘I’m here!’ album from an emerging master.

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