Figure is a solo guitar album by Philip Tomasic, released in 1999 on Sachimay. The sideman of Don DeChellis and Masashi Harada gets a chance here to expose his very personal style. In his liner notes, Gerry Hemingway refers to the tradition of Hawaiian guitar.
Profile: Jazz guitarist. In Groups: DeChellis Tomasic Nakatani Trio, Masashi Harada Condanction Ensemble, Masashi Harada Electric Trio. Variations: Viewing All Philip Tomasic. Figure - Solo Guitar (CD, Album).
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Dan DeChellis - piano John Philip Tomasic - guitar, loops Zach Martin - drums, electronics. Check out this video for "Put Asunder" from the album "Claim No Native Land" by Beholder Dan DeChellis - piano JP Tomasic - guitar, loops Zack Martin - drums, electronics.
Go Figure is a 1991 album by Spirit of the West. It was the band's first rock album, and their first with drummer Vince Ditrich. The album garnered the band new airplay on rock music radio stations, although it was controversial among the band's traditional folk music fan base. The album includes a rock rendition of "Political", one of the band's best known songs