We've had to wait two years for the new solo album by AMR label-head Peter Finger. "Between the Lines" is being released in the nick of time for the guitarist's birthday. And what a birthday present - not just for avowed fans of acoustic guitar music! There is hardly a musician who has so much found his very own, unmistakable style, charasterized above all by the seamless integration of the traditional and the modern spirit, like Peter Finger during his long career. On "Between the Lines", Finger has succeeded in the feat of keeping the listener spellbound from the first to the last minute with nine timelessly beautiful and sophisticated compositions. No matter whether it is the rock-oriented opener "Getaway," the inspiration of French Impressionism reflected in "Friends Forever" or "Abstract Canon No. 1," Peter Finger's wide musical background is invariably audible and perceptible behind each title. And - does it still have to be mentioned? Peter Finger is unquestionably one of the best modern acoustic guitarists, in more than just the technical respect. (...)
Kai Schwirzke, "Solo Magazine"
"…What this man conjures on the strings of his instrument is music full of emotions and poetry, tranquil and elegant, of great virtuosity and compositional inspiration." (Wochenblatt Ludwigshafen, 23.10.95)