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Absence of Words

Jason Kui

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1
Polarized
Jason Kui
4:41
2
Reactive Impulse
Jason Kui
4:54
3
Morning Breeze (feat. Rafa De La Garza)
Jason Kui; Rafa De La Garza
5:05
4
Dance of Awakening (The Spirit)
Jason Kui
5:39
5
Squeaky Switch
Jason Kui
5:02
6
Now! You! Know! (feat. Josh Smith)
Jason Kui; Josh Smith
4:15
7
Moving On
Jason Kui
4:00
Total Playing Time    33:36
“Packed with 7 timeless beautiful songs that range between rock and blues, to jazzy tunes, airs of pure progressive metal. Clearly, Kui has a lot of influences... But most of the time is just Kui all over. And he has everything ahead of him to conquer the highest ranks among the best guitarists out there.”
- The Prog Space

Hong Kong-based rock and blues guitarist Jason Kui has made waves in the Chinese alternative community as a highly-sought after session musician. His debut album Absense of Words combines his diverse influences, from modern metal and hard rock to funk and folk, highlighting his stunning virtuosity with compelling melodies and stunning solos.
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