CHRISTOPHER MAST: If I Told You, I'd Have to Kill You"Intimate acoustic songs from a promising one-man-band...
Great songwriter & nice production."
- Hybrid Magazine / June 2005
"Mast's lyrics are not without charm...
people-watching pays off eloquently..."
- Indie-Music.com / June 2005
"All the ingredients for something really tasty!" - Gods of Music
One of the "Best Unsigned" acts - Soundclick
As a kid, I was exposed to music almost every day. My dad loved to blast the speakers on his complicated and expensive stereo. David Bowie, Steve Miller, Kiss, Fleetwood Mac, Styx, Alice Cooper, Queen, Black Sabbath, and Pink Floyd were frequent guests in our house (in spirit).
I was a teenager in the 80s. Back then, Duran Duran was all the rage. I was more interested in exploring the depths of my Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, and Clapton albums. When I first picked up a guitar, it was ROCK that I wanted to play, no matter how unpopular it was at the time.
I've built my solo acoustic act on these foundations. My current favorites include Cake, Warren Zevon, Johnny Cash, and Eric Clapton. I've been told I sound like Lindsay Buckingham or "if Sheryl Crow were a man." It's a bit less raucous than Kiss, but I still call it rock and roll.
Check out the artist's website:
1. The Journey
2. Better the Devil You Know
3. First Impression
4. Her World
5. My Dear Friend
6. You Pass Through Me
7. Hammock in a Hurricane
8. I Don't Know How
10. The World
11. Stop the Ride
12. Sometimes I Amaze Myself
14. Fly Me to the Moon
15. Huge in Japan
16. Right Here Tonight