Micha Schellhaas ~ Double Take

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Fans of JEFF BECK, would think that this is a new album by him, but, it’s not. It is Micha Schellhaas with his new debut album called “Double Take”. The first track titled “Velocity” has a beautiful melody, that just seems to go through your head, even 20 minutes after you heard it. The album is, just like Jeff Beck’s albums, all instrumental. While songs like “Velocity” may be very influenced by Jeff Beck, you can hear a whole different sound in songs like “Ford F-150” & “Your Turn” are more blues influenced like you would hear from STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN. Playing along with Micha is DAVE MAROTTA (Bass – Gino Vannelli, Carl Verheyan), CHAD WACKERMAN (Drums – Frank Zappa), JIM COX (Piano, B3 & Fender Rhodes – Mark Knopfler, Robben Ford) & CARL VERHEYAN (Lead Guitar solo – Supertramp). If you want a great album mixed with Classic Rock, Progressive Rock, Blues & Jazz, you’ll love this album. Carl Verheyan formerly of Supertramp says “Micha Schellhaas has a unique touch on the guitar that sets him apart from everyone playing the instrument today.” This get 5 out of 5 Music Guru Stars.

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2 Responses to Micha Schellhaas ~ Double Take

  1. Thanks for the great review! Glad you enjoy the CD! Best wishes from LA!

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