DETWEILER RECORDS IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE NEW RELEASES:
"BETWEEN LAKE AND RIVER"
2018 marks the 300th anniversary of the founding of New Orleans (1718 - 2018) and the 15th anniversary
of the release of "Between Lake and River", Detweiler's haunting tribute to his hometown of New Orleans.
Until now, this original 2003 release had only been available on CD or from this website.
This 2018 digital release of the album makes it available across the entire digital music platform spectrum
by December 1, 2018, on iTunes and Amazon, and streaming sites that include Spotify and YouTube.
But you can get it now by clicking on the blue BUY 'BETWEEN LAKE AND RIVER' NOW link below.
The album of 8 (eight) tracks weaves a tapestry of modern original lore from the vivid imagination of SD,
set against the backdrop of the streets, districts and waterways of New Orleans.
From the funky "Ponchartrain", "Cane", and "Black Girls" (instrumental), to the reflective "The Angels of New Orleans
and "As The Crow Flies" and "Between Lake and River", to the anthem-like "Hurricane Jane" and the ultimate epic mini-opera, "Esplanade", this album remains one of Detweiler's most original and important achievements.
"Between Lake and River" makes a truly original and unique gift
not only for folks who are native to the Crescent City, but also to lovers of the city the world over.
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This first single to be released from "Magnificat In Blue", is a studio recording of Detweiler's "Hail Mary".
It is the epic prayer to Mary set to his original score.
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Detweiler's blues-infused interpretation of the classic Christmas favorite.
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"SILENT NIGHT (INSTRUMENTAL VERSION)"
A warm inspired performance of Detweiler's instrumental arrangement of "Silent Night" for two acoustic guitars.
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SCOTT DETWEILER ENDORSED ARTIST WITH AMI GUITARS USA
AMI Acoustic Guitars, from the makers of Sigma Guitars Worldwide, are now available in the US for the first time,
and Scott Detweiler is an endorsing artist.
Detweiler will exclusively use AMI Guitars for his acoustic guitar recording and performing from his vast catalog
of both vocal and instrumental music for acoustic guitar.
He will also be facilitating guitar clinics, demonstrating the guitars and his technique at better music stores and schools.
The brand officially launched at the 2018 Summer NAMM Show in Nashville this past June.
There are currently 27 (twenty seven) different models available from the new California headquarters
and they can be seen at ami-guitars.com
ORGONE (featuring Adryon de Leon from MATADOR! SOUL SOUNDS)
RELEASES NEW SINGLES CO-WRITTEN BY DETWEILER
The recent collaboration between Scott Detweiler and Orgone has produced two brand new songs:
"Big Day" and "Hound Dogs".
The Colmine Records release contains both songs on the same vinyl 45 record and is now available.
"MAGNIFICAT IN BLUE" FULL ALBUM NOW AVAILABLE
Detweiler's latest album, "Magnificat In Blue", is a blues/jazz oratorio based on
The Annunciation (Angel Gabriel's visit to Mary) and the visitation of Mary and Elizabeth
as told in the bible (Luke 1:1 - 1:55).
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The 45 minute piece is comprised of 10 (ten) tracks (8 vocal and 2 instrumental)
revealed through the voices of Elizabeth, Zechariah, Mary, and Angel Gabriel.
“Scott Detweiler’s MAGNIFICAT IN BLUE is an exceptional piece of art. It could be titled Heart & Soul—an ‘eye-opening’ communion
of the heart of great New Orleans blues with the food-for-the-soul that all of us need who strive to live by the Word of God. I was particularly drawn to “Gabriel’s Song,” as it instantly provided a deeper feeling of God’s greatness for me, today—and it happened centuries ago! Thank you, Scott Detweiler for creating and performing this unique interpretation of the Magnificat!”
—Robert Hanley, author of Do You See What I See? Discovering the Obvious
Listen To Scott Detweiler
Enjoy "St. John Bayou", Detweiler's haunting story of a man lost during a hurricane in New Orleans,
and a live recording of his arrangement of the Paul Desmond classic, "Take Five".