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Roland Buhlmann biography
Roland BÜHLMANN is a guitarist and composer from Switzerland.
After years spent performing and recording with other artists and groups,
he found his own voice with his solo debut, "Aineo", an instrumental album
recorded in his home studio with different guitars and stringed instruments
as well as with various effects and sounds, with diverse musical influences
between prog rock and modal jazz.

Bio taken from artists' Facebook page.

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 Aineo by BUHLMANN, ROLAND album cover Studio Album, 2014
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Roland Buhlmann Crossover Prog

Review by Windhawk
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

— First review of this album —
3 stars Swiss composer and musician Roland BUHLMANN is something of an unknown quantity for me, and the sparse information about him on his websites doesn't really say too much about him either. He's self described as a musician with a past in numerous band ventures, who got the desire to make his own music a few years back. The end result of that creative process is the album "Aineo", which was self-released towards the end of 2014.

Instrumental progressive rock with a strong focus and emphasis on the guitar is what Roland Buhlmann provides us with on his debut solo album, a production that exists somewhere in the borderlands of Fripp, Latimer and Rothery in terms of the dominant guitar sounds used, with perhaps a slight touch of Vangelis added to the proceedings. Not an album that will have a broad reach in my view, but for those who truly love the guitar escapades of the possible three sources of influences stated, this CD might well come across as quite the hidden gem.

Thanks to Roland113 for the artist addition.

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