Guitarist Ed Stone has
created his first CD entitled In The Morning Light. This album blends
improvisation and soulful beats with inspirational melodies that
please those who listen from the heart. "You feel as if you're
at a concert when you hear the CD," one listener stated. "The
CD has variety and you wonder what's
coming next." Other listeners say it's nice to hear lyrics with
substance and melodies that inspire
Interestingly, The song titles describe a hypothetical
story of a man who journeys to New York and experiences "Brooklyn
Nights" and "Noonday" activities. He eventually meets
a "Beautiful Woman" and asks for a date. The lady says
she's "Free After 5." They meet and witness the "Skyline."
The young man
thinks to himself, "Just To Love You" "In The Morning Light"
would give me such "Sweet Dreams." This inspired "Travelin'
Man" says to his new lady, "You're My Joy" and gives her a
"Topaz" ring while they sit under a "Sterling Star."
Ed's creative musical career began at age 12 in Seattle
Washington. At age 18 he received a superior rating during the Reno
Jazz Festival. Ed has also played in numerous Jazz and Top 40 groups
and often organized local children for Christmas caroling in
the local hospitals and neighborhoods. The musicians selected
for Ed's CD project are some of the best in the
business. Consider David J. Van De Pitte, nationally known for his violin
arrangements with Motown
and Marvin Gaye. "The sound of real violins always amazes me,"
Ed says. That's why Ed asked David to write violin arrangements for
his CD project. Ron Otis
(drums), Al Turner (bass) and Mark McGruder (keyboards) also make a
contribution to In The Morning Light.
Ed Stone "delivers a clear, beautiful and sensitive
performance," says Douglas Barnett, an experienced music veteran in
Seattle. His use of single note
phases, octaves and chord solos pleases your ears and are enjoyable to
hear in concert or privately.
Ed's music can potentially heal the soul and amazingly lift the listener
to new heights. Radio promoter Michael Moryc simply says "Ed is
Contact Ed Stone Management for additional information at:
Estone7813@aol.com or 586-530-8598