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Michael Dyer (Folk Tracks)


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Michael Dyer is a singer/songwriter who writes mellow rock, folk-rock and soft blues songs.  Over the years he built up a portfolio of songs and in 2007 he produced 3 CDs:  Nothing Seems Like What It Seems, Our Unwinding Time and Aboriginal Angel.  In 2008, he has produced 2 additional CDs: Compli-intricated Life and Butterfly's Release.  His songs tend to be about love and relationships and commonly contain dual lead guitar riffs, sophisticated finger-picking, haunting keyboards, well-defined bass/percussion and appealing vocals/harmonies.


Michael Dyer builds up each song by performing each instrument one at a time.  He plays acoustic, steel and electric guitar (using flamenco-picado, finger-picking and bottleneck techniques), keyboards, bass guitar, harmonica and didgeridoo. He produces percussion via drum loops and/or by playing synthesized percussion via keyboard.



Genres for This Artist

Total Tracks: 15

Vocal Tracks (15) |
Music Genres For Michael Dyer
Christmas | Folk | Rock | Themes |



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FLOOR PLAY - (by Michael Dyer)  Year: 2008
Michael Dyer "Floor Play" was inspired by the traditional plantation song "Shortenin' Bread". Male Vocals, Folk, Contemporary Folk
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Folk, Contemporary Folk
288131 5:37 Fast 160   

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