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Blues Saraceno born October 17, is an American rock guitarist, composer and music producer, currently residing in Los Angeles, California. He was discovered by Guitar for the Practicing Musician magazine at the age of 16, which assisted him in releasing instrumental recordings on an independent basis. Saraceno is most often recognized from his time playing with Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker Cream as well as his brief tenure with the rock band Poison. Blues Saraceno was born to musician parents, which exposed him from an early age to several musical instruments.

He started to play guitar at the age of nine. When he was thirteen, he broke his elbow when he fell from a go-kart and asked the doctor to position the cast in a way that allowed him to remove it from his sling to practice guitar during his recovery. When he was nineteen, Saraceno moved to Los Angeles to seek a career in music.

After this, his demo tape reached the Guitar for the Practicing Musician magazine. The magazine, which was about to launch a new record label, offered Saraceno a record deal.

Saraceno released his first album titled Never Look Back in After this, Saraceno won an audition with Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker, former members of Cream, and started touring with them. Saraceno continued to release two other solo albums Plaid and Hairpick as well as furthering his reputation as a top call session guitarist and landing many high-profile equipment endorsements. In , Saraceno joined the band Poison as lead guitarist and songwriter after Richie Kotzen was fired. After a South American tour which included the famous Hollywood rock festival in Brazil, Saraceno recorded the album Crack a Smile with the band.

Still, the album featured two of the new songs recorded with Saraceno. The album features fifteen tracks recorded by Saraceno. This resulted in Saraceno working on soundtracks and songs for several television shows and films. In , Saraceno also founded the band Transmission OK. Saraceno also worked as record producer for the band, which was signed to Beyond Records, and was distributed by BMG.

After a brief US tour, and lackluster support from the label, the group disbanded and Saraceno continued to work on television and film, as well as his session work. A more detailed list can be found on his website www. He has commented on how it is not uncommon to have multiple commercials running in multiple countries throughout the world, all at the same time and using the same piece of music. It was also used during a promo for Kane, Ryback and Big Show vs.

German TV-Channel ProSieben and sister-channel ProSieben Maxx are using the song for almost every promo-clip for upcoming western-movies in their program. Several boogie-down exercises in sassy riffing mixed with modern hyper blues soloing are also included. John Stix slide guitar on Alex Saraceno harmonica on Tracklist: Last Train Out 2. Scratch 2. Little More Cream, Please 2. Girth 2.

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