Guitarist Erik Borelius Releases New Video Of The Latin Jazzy Melody Silver Echo


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The video Silver Echo takes place in a dreamlike moonlit landscape
Time for release of the video Silver Echo from the album Erik Borelius №13. It takes place in a dreamlike moonlit landscape and has a Latin temper with echoes between electric and acoustic guitars. Silver Echo was frequently played on Swedish Radio when released and was also featured as “Track of the Day" on All About Jazz in January 2019.

Erik Borelius on guitars. Mats Persson plays Cajon, Pandeiro, Caxixi, and others. Johan Adelstål- song title illustration. Produced by EB Music.

About Erik Borelius

Erik Borelius' music is often described as a peculiar blend of styles. As a guitarist, he is praised for tastefully using his technique. The musical expression has its roots in Jimi Hendrix and Al Di Meola but also of the love for jazz-rock, classical, and film music.

Erik Borelius debuted with Perfect Partners in 1986 and Fantasy in 1988. After two albums on EMI, he started his record company EB Music in 1992. The first album—SexTioTvå, was awarded a Swedish Grammy 1994 and the year after he was Grammy-nominated for Duende. Albums released after that are My Kind of Picture (1995), Reality Bites (1997), Guitar (2000), What is Success (2003), Live the Life of a Star (2006), Movies on a String (2008), The World We Know (2010), Erik Borelius and House of Sound (2014), Erik Borelius № 13 (2016) and Expedition Inside (2019).

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