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Moonlight & Sage
  • Artist: Raymond Gonzalez
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 786851139525
  • Item #: CDBY113952
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 11/30/2004
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Moonlight & Sage on CD

BIO A professional guitarist from the age of 16, Raymond Gonzalez has performed in styles from classical to folk, blues and jazz to rock, traveling extensively from California to New England. Raymond began composing for solo guitar, piano, and small ensembles at a very young age, which ultimately lead to a Master's degree in Composition from the New England Conservatory of Music. He has written and produced five albums of original songs and solo guitar pieces. 'Curly-Headed Humans' (1989), and 'On the Water' (1993) were both recorded with Amy Malkoff; since going solo, Raymond has recorded 'Thieves' (1997), 'the company you keep' (1999), and 'Moonlight and Sage' (2004). A song of Raymond's was selected for 'When October Goes,' a compilation released on Rounder Records. He also continues to compose and perform in the classical and modern music arena, recently premiering a piece for guitar and flute at the first University of Massachusetts - Boston Faculty Composer's Forum. With the release of his latest CD, Raymond has returned with new enthusiasm to the acoustic stage after a hiatus of some years spent teaching and composing. According to Neil Fagen in Performing Songwriter magazine, 'It's hard to say which is better, his way with a six string or his way with a pen...'