Dazzling and Controversial Guitarist Ottmar Liebert Plays With His Band
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Tyrone Wells' music is everywhere, even if you don't realize you've heard it. His soundtrack-friendly songs have appeared in more than 50 TV shows and films, including American Idol, Grey's Anatomy and The Odd Life of Timothy Green. His simple, upbeat tunes celebrate life and love, somehow managing to be intimate and grand at the same time. Wells sings with his heart on his sleeve, putting it all out there for every audience in songs like "Freedom," "Patience" and "What Are We Fighting For?" Learn More
Although La Semana is the first Ottmar Liebert + Luna Negra album with all-new songs in five years, the multi-faceted, Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling guitarist has been his usual prolific self, writing, drawing, touring and exploring, his myriad experiences informing the 13 evocative instrumental compositions on La Semana.
Like his music, Liebert is respectful, creative and open-minded; a thoughtful artist who likes to begin albums with a concept and structure, even if it's an untraditional one. But he's also intuitive and open enough to let the music decide what it wants to become. Thus, the more than an hours worth of songs on La Semana began with a firm direction, though ultimately the record found a different path to completion. "I usually start with a title before I start an album," Liebert explains. "The title decides what the palette will be; what sounds I'm going to use. It's very important for me to set certain limits. Will it be a color album or black and white? To me, La Semana is a drawing. As such, musically the record is back to basics with the wooden box drum used in flamenco, the clapping, and the palmas. It's all one acoustic guitar, no electric, no lutes, no steel string guitars."