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Daryll Dobson - a Critically Acclaimed Guitarist and Composer born in Brooklyn NY. http://www.darylldobson.com
Daryll Dobson has studied extensively in NYC with Avant-Garde Jazz Multi Instrumentalist Makanda Ken McIntyre, Jazz Percussionist Warren Smith, Indian Sarod Master Vasant Rai.
Daryll has recorded and/or performed with Stanley Turrentine. L. Shankar, Kenny Kirkland, Kenwood Dennard, Fernando Saunders, Tony "Thunder" Smith, Gerry Brown, Sammy Figueroa.
Recording Titles: The Mind Electric (1992) , Healing Intentions (1996) , Studio 21 (1994), Reality Check (2007)
...we really love your stunning in your face Fusion Jazz, the style is powerful and straight to the point, delivered in a strong take no prisoners style. The choice of material and arrangements are perfect vehicles for Daryll to display his virtuosity... Never compromising in any way, it is marvelous and our audiences most certainly will love the sound. It certainly struck us a an extraordinary cd one that will be very well received by our astute audience. PETER MERRITT PBS FM - AUSTRALIA
Fusion pushed to the limits; although far from being a jazz album, Daryll Dobson incorporates enough imrovisational elements to convey a certain jazz aura to what is after all a 'fusion' rock album for connoisseurs and Jimi Hendrix's fans alike. PASCAL DORBAN RADIO ARA, LUXEMBOURG
Untamed Explosive Guitar Fantasia....Hendrixian Filghts Of Feedback DOWNBEAT MAGAZINE
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