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David Wallimann
post Sep 4 2007, 08:12 AM
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Hi my friends!
I decided to post some stuff on my first solo album.
It's been out for a few months and thought I'd share some info for you...


Deep inside the Mind is a Christian orientated album that tells the story of a man meeting the Lord.
Spoken lyrics help the listener imerge in the story. The songs are very guitar orientated which is why I think it has its place here..

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"Looking for a French progressive guitar virtuoso that is sold out to Jesus Christ? Well, if you aren't, you should be. Mostly instrumental with a dramatic mostly spoken word story line, Deep Inside the Mind tells the story of a young man's adventure of discovery, from the exposing of his fallen nature, to the emptiness of self loathing, to the discovery and embracing of a higher power."
www.spiritualprog.com

"Prog rockers will surely dig this! Great metrical riffing, fabulous harmonized (guitar) lead lines, walls of backing vox, and ass-kicking leads!! Instrumental guitar fans should certainly give this picker an earful!"
www.intimateaudio.com

"What we have here is a progressive christian rockalbum which reminds me of the music of Neal Morse, Dream Theater, Spocks beard with guitarwork like Steve Vai and other guitarheroes.
It is a an independent release and that’s what makes it so interesting.
David himself plays guitar, keyboards and does all the voices.
You might think: what! no vocals? Yepp that’s right. The album is a conceptalbum about a man meeting Jesus. Deep inside the mind God whispers to every heart in words of love and truth.
That explains the title. The first part of the album decribes the struggle of a man against that voice. He thinks he’s going insane and tries to forget about God’s call. As the album continues the voice gets more and more clear and finally he understands that Jesus is the only way to get to God.
All he has to do is believe in Him and ask for forgiveness.
The guitarwork of David is great! Everyone who loves the above mentioned bands should try to get a copy from David."
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Soundclips[b]

Attached File  01_Creation.mp3 ( 521.53K ) Number of downloads: 463

Attached File  05_Duality.mp3 ( 568.06K ) Number of downloads: 282

Attached File  06_Fire_Drops.mp3 ( 498.27K ) Number of downloads: 240

Attached File  07_I_want_to_see_the_sun_again.mp3 ( 598.27K ) Number of downloads: 231

Attached File  08_Eyes__the_blind_shall_see.mp3 ( 344.39K ) Number of downloads: 201

Attached File  09_Child_from_the_sky.mp3 ( 443.17K ) Number of downloads: 199

Attached File  10_If_dolphins_could_fly.mp3 ( 572.15K ) Number of downloads: 203

Attached File  11_Crossroads.mp3 ( 544.8K ) Number of downloads: 221

Attached File  12_Future_is_today.mp3 ( 506.84K ) Number of downloads: 145

Attached File  13_Last_day_on_earth.mp3 ( 583.98K ) Number of downloads: 213


You can get the album through my website directly: www.davidwallimann.com

Or on CDBaby

For Europeans you can also get it through Musea records

You can also get it through ITunes if you want to download it...


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post Sep 4 2007, 08:32 AM
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Where the hell did this come from??!?!?!

Man those soundclips sound great! Guess who just bought this?



























ME!!

(Great Stuff By The Way, In Case I Couldnt Make It Clear smile.gif )
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post Sep 4 2007, 08:41 AM
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Thanks man!
I should have put this on earlier. :-)


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post Sep 4 2007, 09:16 AM
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Yes, im diggin these songs smile.gif
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post Sep 4 2007, 11:37 AM
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hey walliman thats awesome! Congratulations! ill listen to some tracks!


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post Sep 4 2007, 12:07 PM
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omg, teach me your wickedness tongue.gif

that was wicked ! dude when did you learn to play like that
your lessons sound way different



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post Sep 4 2007, 01:29 PM
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post Sep 4 2007, 01:35 PM
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Wow, Even though I'm not a big fan of religion/christianity I gotta say your instrumental work is great.
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post Sep 4 2007, 10:24 PM
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David, incredible musicianship. And I think it's incredible that you are expressing your faith journey through creative ways. It is amazing to me how the modern Church has done such a horrible job at integrating the arts and creativity in general into it its being. The fallout has been so detrimental. Thanks for the work.
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post Sep 5 2007, 03:29 AM
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QUOTE (bart m @ Sep 4 2007, 05:24 PM) *
David, incredible musicianship. And I think it's incredible that you are expressing your faith journey through creative ways. It is amazing to me how the modern Church has done such a horrible job at integrating the arts and creativity in general into it its being. The fallout has been so detrimental. Thanks for the work.
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Thanks Bart. :-)
Glad you like the album and great point on today's church and arts...


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post Sep 5 2007, 03:42 AM
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Wow David, this is a Awesome Album.

God Bless You Sir.
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post Sep 5 2007, 03:47 AM
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Hey David,
Although I'm not the slightest bit religious, I still got your album because I'm a sucker for great music and sheer guitar virtuosity, both of which I heard in the samples. smile.gif
It's so awesome to have so many talented musicians here on GMC, and I hope to hear more of your music in the future cool.gif
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post Sep 5 2007, 07:41 AM
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Hi David, I'm in roughly the same position as a couple of the above posters - the religious aspects don't speak to me, but I have a lot of respect for the fact that you have found your own path smile.gif

And just as importantly the music sounds awesome so I will be buying a copy for sure!

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I like the religious aspect actually, i think when done right, when using ones religion it explains alot about them, how they feel in a song, or a story, regardless of what religion.

And i think its done right, its a very intersting concept for a story, would make a good book and/or movie.

But before that, comes that mindblowing guitar work!!
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Awesome piece of art David!!
Tho I'll wait for my copy and write more about it for sure wink.gif


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post Sep 5 2007, 09:51 PM
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QUOTE (muris @ Sep 5 2007, 08:46 AM) *
Awesome piece of art David!!
Tho I'll wait for my copy and write more about it for sure wink.gif


Thanks Muris,
your copoy was sent last week. Should get there soon!


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post Sep 5 2007, 10:03 PM
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If anyone hasn't decided whether or not to buy this album please DO get it. It's a great one and I'm pretty picky when it comes to instrumental albums.


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Just ordered mine smile.gif


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As did i smile.gif

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QUOTE (Wallimann @ Sep 5 2007, 10:51 PM) *
Thanks Muris,
your copoy was sent last week. Should get there soon!


Great David,thanks smile.gif


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