Background: Inspired by a guitar-playing brother and the sounds of the British Invasion, Vinson later embraced progressive rock, and, by age 15, had become a session guitarist in his native Birmingham, Alabama. While logging long hours in the studio, Vinson also developed the production and engineering skills with which he continues to make a living. In 2005, Vinson released Spheres Of Influence, a collection that runs the gamut from progressive, symphonic, and new age to contemporary pop. Vinson’s vision as a composer is clear, and his guitar parts are well executed. Taste is the name of the game here, where phrasing and melody take center stage over flash.
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