Jason Carter - The Colour Of Silence

Monday 1st September 2003
Jason Carter - The Colour Of Silence
Jason Carter - The Colour Of Silence

STYLE: World
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by Ben Lilford

Just by listening to ‘TCOS’ you can tell that Jason Carter is a well travelled man who takes an interest in all he sees and hears. From jazz to classical through to an erm.. slightly dodgy dance track, this CD, though it's only seven tracks long, covers a lot of ground. Jason's breathtaking guitar work is consistently vibrant and passionate. He captures the listener’s imagination fantastically, even the 18 minute epic jam 'India' has enough zip to keep the listener’s interest up to the final acoustic flourish. As far as guitar instrumentalist CDs go this could well be the year's best.

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