Antoine Boyer

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  1. Ncp10

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    I hadn't heard of this guy before. Ibanez Artcore sounds great in his hands. Check out some other videos like the Bill Evans on his account. Supremely talented, IMO.
     
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    He's hugely gifted - and alos recently released a crwcking duet CD with Samuelito called Coincidence.
     
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    Incredible talent for sure.
     
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    amazing, the way he improvises using counterpoint is truly impressive.
     
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    I’ve been following him for a while now. Amazingly gifted guitarist, and very versatile in his ability to play so many styles with ease!
     
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    I've been following his progress for a few years now. He reminds me of a young Lenny Breau, absolutely no technical limitations getting in the way of his artistic expression, coming to jazz from a different genre, huge influence from Bill Evans but with enough imagination to make everything he plays entirely his own. A brilliant talent. His sometime partner Samuelito is also a formidable talent who just keeps getting better and better.
     
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