Overview: A.J. Rosales is not trying to prove anything. His appealingly layered guitar playing and honest lyrics are just the pure expression of a unique musical vision, not some calculated product.
Rosales is already an acknowledged force in the rock/folk scene. His intelligent songwriting, which draws as much from pop as from jazz, classical, rock, jam, and folk, has been the basis for four well-received albums in his solo career. Fatigue (1997) introduced his intricate guitar lines interwoven with intimate lyrics. The Earth and Shoal EP (2001) added a maturity and depth of experience. With Resistor (2004), Rosales' songwriting gained even greater resonance. Fueled by critical praise and airplay on hundreds of college and commercial FM radio stations, Rosales reached out to fans nationwide.
His latest release, Ultramarine (2007) also charted nationally on college radio stations and has been gaining buzz momentum. The songs on this album rock harder than most of his releases, and they also hi Artist Site
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