Joe Amir’s “Purple Rain” the Guitar Solo Cover is perhaps the most emotionally charged creative offering. Joe Amir is a rock guitarist with over 30 years of experience. He plays on many stages with original bands and Cover / Tribute bands. Recording with many artists, teaching guitar and recording his own music album “Flying into the sunset” which includes progressive rock metal guitar. Joe Amir is the # 1 award-winning guitarist from the Israel state where he first appeared (1994). He has lived in Los Angeles, California since 1998
The music seems to build, change, and redirect on a series of fast-paced moments that end quickly. The story presented, and of course, the journey that the music takes you as a listener is instantly impressive, and the skill and speed with which the instrument performs has the power to hold you back until the whole thing is over. Joe Amir’s guitar playing is of an extremely high standard, and what’s nice to see about it is that this constant focus on skill and speed is a purely secondary benefit – but an incredible one.
Sometimes the development of music, even with a classical touch, is amazing, and with all this, the electric guitar is beautifully inspired and continuously creative. An additional blessing is that, as suggested, despite the artist’s precision and undeniable ability – music plays to express a story and a set of emotions. There are moments of inertia to enjoy, moments of space and silence, and, of course, moments of intensity and clear joy that reassemble and re-enter your listening space. It is especially pleasing to hear loudly.
Music is effective and memorable in many unusual and unexpected ways, and its beauty is a big part of what makes it so remarkable. It is at first an expression of an experience that only the artist can truly understand, but it can be undeniably accessible – not portrayed as something distant, unwelcome. It works just as well and it’s nice to see the notes and emotions that stretch around you as the track progresses.