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Various Artists — 156 Strings - Nineteen Totally Original Acoustic Guitarists

Various Artists —  156 Strings - Nineteen Totally Original Acoustic Guitarists
Label
Cuneiform
Catalog number
Rune 163
Year released
2002
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Related artist(s): Raoul Björkenheim, Nels Cline, Janet Feder, Fred Frith, Richard Leo Johnson, Mike Keneally, Scott McGill, Richard Thompson

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2019-01-02
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Arc and Sender - Arc and Sender – Arc and Sender is a noisy little trio from Maryland that spans the genres of indie/alternative rock with experimental lo-fi grunge. This means the trio can hammer away for hours on brutal chords,...  (2006) » Read more

José Luis Fernández Ledesma - Extractos – Expose #12 featured a review with background information of the worthwhile, if a bit patchy, previous outing by Ledesma, Motivos para Perdere. This time around the former (?) Nirgal Vallis member...  (1999) » Read more

Richard Bone - Saiyuji – Named after an ancient Singaporean Buddhist temple, Saiyuji is a collection of Asian-tinted electronic music. The songs are definitely serene and calm, and most follow a similar structural formula....  (2007) » Read more

Various Artists - Higher and Higher: A Tribute to the Moody Blues – Given their influence on the genre, the Moody Blues are a great subject for progressive bands to cover and I’m surprised something like this hasn’t already been tried. But leave it to...  (2007) » Read more

Phaedra - Ptah – Hmmm. This is one case where I really wish the promo had come with an info-sheet, but instead this writer is left guessing as to what much of this album, sung entirely in Italian, is all about. On the...  (2011) » Read more



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