Jim Allchin (born October 1951) is a guitarist and recording artist from Seattle, Washington. Best known for his earlier success in the Computer Science field having been one of the most senior technical leaders at Microsoft before leaving. in computer science and has been recognized with many awards including Person of Year in the computer field.
Profile: American blues rock guitarist and singer, born in 1951.
to recording the legendary blues singer Bobby Rush for Jim Allchin’s upcoming album! Had an absolute blast! Also, check out Prime Blues for the latest updates on Jim's album, out next month! John L. Heithaus Blind Raccoon Artisanship Music Nashville Tom Hambridge.
Enigma was essentially a beta test - learning to compose, write lyrics, record, play several instruments, sing, mix, and master. I did virtually everything myself, learning as I went. No fancy recording studio. The album was released so that I could understand how to get CDs designed and manufactured and the like, but it should have never been released in hindsight. On the other hand, the knowledge learned took me from understanding nothing to a reasonable grasp of the overall process, equipment, and approach. It also taught me about my strengths and weaknesses.
Jim allchin: the best guitarist in the world. This guy's the real deal. If you like rock, blues, pop; he's got it all. Some of the tastiest guitar licks since Eric Johnson and Eric Clapton and Carlos Santana merged with Buddy Guy! Well, that's sort of what Jim Allchin sounds like, but even better! Original, pulse-pounding, heart-racing rock & blues. Eddie VanHalen can take some lessons from Jim (just kidding, Eddie, but I'm sure you will want to arrange a jam session with Jim Allchin once you've heard this album).
Jim Allchin, who left Microsoft in 2007, now has an album out, Business Insider reports. We'll let you judge for yourself.