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New Jazz CD is Finished

I have just finished recording an album of instrumental jazz guitar duets with special guest players from the Association of Fingerstyle Guitarists. I've got Ric Rickard on "Moonlight in Vermont," David Oakes on "Misty" and "Autumn Leaves." Andres Carrasco joins me on "Blue Bossa," and Tami Michelle and Joe Correro joins me on "Corcovado." Doc Doolittle plays alto sax on many of the tunes.

New CD "...And Then I Woke Up"

A new CD of all original comedy and political satire songs is finished. These are the songs that I have been performing at coffee houses, restaurants, and festivals over the years. On this CD I play all the instruments and sing all the vocals. I’ve been giving people a “sneak preview” CD ROM of some of the songs, but since completing the entire album I had it professionally mastered by Rich Wenzel at Ardent Audio Productions in Torrance, CA. The songs were mainly mixed by Tami Michelle, with some by myself, and three mixed by Rich Wenzel. It will be out soon.

Bob Felten's appearance at the AFG 2007 Convention

On January 12, 2007, the Association of Fingerstyle Guitarist came together for a day of pickin’, and enjoying guitar music at Harbor City College.
Seventeen artists performed. The Grandfather of the Guitar,
Bob Saxton, was with us again and played with many of the artists;
Bob Felten played a Fingerstyle arrangement of Elvis Presley's "Little Sister" which he developed especially for the convention, and then introduced an original called "Spanish Bull." Inviting Bob Saxton, they ran through some jazz standards - including "How High the Moon," "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," and "Cheek to Cheek,” adding
Steve Trovato and Gary Lambert after a couple of numbers. Then Bob Felten handed the stage over to Saxton, Trovato and Lambert who gave us a few toe tapping pieces such as "Panhandle Rag", and "Limehouse Blues".

Bob Felten with Bob Saxton, Steve Trovato, and Gary Lambert at the AFG Convention

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