Denny Laine was for many years one of the most highly regarded British rock musicians. An early stint in The Moody Blues, and then two albums with Ginger Bakers air force who were one of the most critically acclaims bands of their time, was followed in 1971 by a ten year stretch as Paul McCartney’s chosen guitarist in his post Beatles band Wings. After Wings rather messily fell apart both McCartney and Laine embarked in solo careers Master Suite, one of Denny Laine's many obscure solo releases, is an album devoted entirely to his virtuoso guitar skills. Denny is a great (and underrated) guitarist. Many Laine aficionados believe that the best song, by far, is the wonderfully oceanic "The Blue Musician." This album revels a whole new side to Denny Laine; in which he almost enters Gordon Giltrap territory with a collection of intricately composed and sensitively delivered slices of guitar music. A real gem.