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Until We Meet Again CD

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  • Audio CD (13 May 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Hypertension
  • ASIN: B006KLF9RC
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 199,036 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hurt myself
2. Born on earth
3. Baggage claim
4. Where would we go?
5. Julia Roberts
6. Electric trains
7. These are the days
8. Devil's spaceship
9. Catbox beach
10. Coming down to earth
11. Damaged goods
12. Until we meet again

Product Description

Re-release at mid price Singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire Rusty Anderson is an international solo artist of uncommon creativity, vision and passion as clearly demonstrated in his new recording, 'Until We Meet Again' Rusty Anderson has eccentrically followed his own muse into a future parallel universe, almost as if the last 30 years of music never existed. His blue ribbon resume includes being lead guitarist in the Paul McCartney Band for the past decade as well as a lengthy history of other musical endeavors. The 12 original tracks on' Until We Meet Again' were selected from his previous two albums. Including a special bonus track, they comprise a stunning array of rocking and exultant contemporary music and introspective ballads overflowing with sumptuous, memorable melodies. "Hurt Myself," with Paul McCartney and band in tow, is an exuberant anthem with harmonious guitars and hooks galore as Anderson defiantly states his position with, "Well, I hope you understand that I could never be anyone's victim…I may be shaking outside, but inside I am fine" before delivering the devastating punch line, "I can hurt myself, more than you ever could." "Born on Earth" busts out with an operatic rock epic churning with strings, thunderous power chords, a pile-driving riff and Anderson belting like a blues shouter as he makes an impassioned plea for living responsibly on earth. "Baggage Claim," with Anderson adding hammered dulcimer, enters with an ominous, pulsing guitar line before Anderson cleverly uses an airport baggage claim literally and metaphorically for trying to reconnect with a lost love to give it another chance. His artistry is revealed in the tension between his hopeful vocals and the dark backing underneath with, "So open it up, see what you find, cause I've got yours, and you got mine, let's leave the junk behind."

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I got this cd thinking it was a new recording, but is a compilation of the two cds published in usa. It is pleasant listening and proves Rusty is a great musician and coposer. This cd has a song recorded with Paul and is band mates.
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Best of Rusty! 26 Jan. 2012
By antqueen - Published on Amazon.com
For someone so highly respected in musical circles, Rusty Anderson isn't widely recognized among the public. This new release should help change that, as its CD incarnation is his first official European release. I knew in 2005, when at a Paul McCartney concert I picked up his first record "Undressing Underwater," that he's the rarest of performers. He can write memorable and profound songs, sings beautifully and powerfully in many different styles, and plays guitar impeccably with perfect taste every time. In Classical circles we often respectfully address such an accomplished person as "Maestro." But lucky for us he's a rocker and we just call him Rusty.

His greatest strength is his guitar in virtuosic leadership role and his rhythmic and positive energy and inventive sense of humor (Hurt Myself, Catbox Beach, Born on Earth) but Rusty's music spans many emotions and moods. There's also the sprawling brawling blisteringly hot "Devil's Spaceship," and the wistful and nostalgic grief of "Electric Trains." The softer elements of his inner life reflect in "Where Would We Go," a highly personal, fragile and intimate love song of the sort John Lennon turned to in the 1970s, and "Julia Roberts," an erotic reverie about the relationship between a man and his fantasies, sung in the pearly voice of a true romantic crooner. "Baggage Claim" uses a staccato mechanistic framework to comment on our tendencies to go on autopilot in relationships; and the newest song of this collection, "Until We Meet Again" uses somewhat satirical lyrics and unexpected jumps in melody and time to bring us flawlessly to the point of farewell and leave us wanting more, living up to its title. My only critique of this compilation is its lack of my favorite Bowie-esque self esteem romp, "Ol' Sparky" from "Undressing Underwater," so pick that up or download it to add to your essential Rusty Anderson.

Rusty is like the hippest club in town. You almost have to know about it already to find it. Because of his day job as Sir Paul McCartney's lead guitarist and session musician to the biggest names in the world today (check out his Wikipedia to be blown away by his lists of collaborations), he's not often front and center on his own. But once you experience his solo efforts you will know why he is considered THE musician's musician amongst those in the know. Five stars!
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Love the CD! Thanks Rusty. 17 Aug. 2013
By Patrice Hudson - Published on Amazon.com
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I am a big fan of Rusty Anderson and his solo work. This CD is great....well produced and of course, that great guitar.
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