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WTTS OverEasy — February 20, 2011

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Jazz guitarist Lee Ritenour, known also for session work on Steely Dan’s Aja and for some of the guitar crunch on “Run Like Hell” by Pink Floyd, among others, finds himself in esteemed company on his newest album, 6 String Theory.

This week, we’ll hear the result as he gets help from fellow session man Steve Lukather (who played on Jackson Browne’s Lives in the Balance¬†and most of the non-Eddie Van Halen guitar riffs on Michael Jackson’s Thriller, and much else), plus contributions¬†jazz legends Pat Martino and George Benson. Ritenour continues his exploration of the “strings” referenced in the album title: acoustic, blues, classical, country, jazz and rock.

Hear what “Captain Fingers” and his guests have come up with, plus a selection of songs for Valentine’s Day, on this week’s edition of OverEasy.

Read an interview with Lee Ritenour about the album here.

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