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Christopher Woitach / Press

“Ghost In the Corner Album: Origin label vet John Stowell and fellow Pacific Northwest jazz vet Christopher Woitach bring their complementary guitar voices together to make a very intriguing album. Reminiscent less of jazz and more along the lines of Bill Frisell’s The Willies Americana sound, John and Christopher create an album that evokes images of back porches on rainy days. Should have plenty of appeal to jazz fans with a decent collection of Leo Kottke on their shelf.”

“The success of Woitach’s inspired latest piece of art sojourns in his talent to mix up sounds and vocals which will gather many kinds of listeners. After all.... every life has a Chandleresque side and Woitach’s caught/crushed sound machineries on destiny will delight the jazz and film-noir passionate coterie for sure. Five stars!”

“This is yet again another example of how great Woitach's compositions and playing are. This time, Mr Woitach delivers a very original and interesting work in the field of modern jazz. Do not be afraid to buy this CD, you will not regret it.”

Pascal Dorban - Radio Luxembourg

“This is a fine effort from Woitach. A performer who is comfortable playing and writing material that allows the listener to ponder what might be next. Always pushing the envelope, Family is an excellent session and is full of surprises.”

“Woitach’s new album Family takes the listener to unexpected places. What is clear, however, is Woitach’s honed skills as a composer, his command of the guitar, and all bolstered by his imaginative ideas as a soloist.”

Jazz Improv Magazine

“Jazz Guitarist Extraordinaire”

“Christopher Woitach - making the implausible seem possible.”

“Woitach plays Cindy Lauper’s “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” with a billowing resonance reminiscent of Joe Pass.”

“Woitach is always searching for new forms of expression. With a clean and well rounded sound, Woitach’s search is both compelling and rewarding. He manages to control every aspect of his playing, balancing ideas with a keen sense of melodic righteousness.”