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Ed Buckley

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  1. Pin Drop
    by Adam Ben Ezra
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    Silk Road Silk Road
    Multi-instrumentalist with looping pedals seeks live audience. Mr. Ben Ezra is indeed a multi-instrumentalist, although here he predominately uses an upright bass with a plethora of effects pedals. He has also found his live audience, as this is a recording of what appears to be akin to a house concert. All is live, although some tracks are lacking the applause at the end. Some of this is up on YouTube as well, and is well worth seeking out.
  2. The Imperfect Sea
    by Penguin Cafe
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    Cantorum Cantorum
    Penguin, the next generation. This is mellow instrumental orchestral folk in a cabaret style; except when it's somewhat minimalist, in a classical vein. Except when it' by Arthur Jeffes, it seems the nut has not fallen far from the tree. Café is to Orchestra, as son is to father Simon. As a longtime fan of Orchestra, this is a good thing; a very good thing indeed. :-)
  3. Halo
    by Juana Molina
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    Cosoco Cosoco
    ¡Oh, pobre corazón! YES!!! Juana!! On Bandcamp! I had hoped she would show up here. She gave up a TV career as a comedienne to make music. What started as Spanish Folk-rock, over time morphed into a strange and wondrous avant... pop? A sort of deviant pop, I guess. :-)) I've been a fan for 15 years, now; and each album progresses further along an odd eccentric path that somehow just works, even though no sé hablo español. I speak Molina, though. :-)
  4. Vent Pluie et Sable (Wind, Rain and Sand)
    by Frédéric L’Épée
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    Kalimba II Kalimba II
    This is a solo work for layered, overdubbed electric guitar. The pieces have a very minimalist bent, in the sense they are built up of overlapping repeated patterns. Some are also rather"ambient" in nature. I first found this on a now defunct website, and downloaded them as RM files years ago. (Remember Real Media?) I'm pleased to see L'Epée here on BC, as I know his work with Philharmonie, also available here; which I have as CD's. He's an intriguing guitarist.
  5. Music for Lovers
    by Frédéric L’Épée
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    Angel Rocking (Ange se balançant) Angel Rocking (Ange se balançant)
    More extremely well done work for solo electric guitar and various effects and electronics.He also "prepares" the guitar on this one, as Hauschka prepares his piano, with bits of metal and such. This is very nicely done, IMO. Some of it is reminiscent of Carl Weingarten. It is generally down tempo, and really worth listening to. I hope you will do so.
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  6. Separate | Migrate
    by The Kraken Quartet
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    Chance The Dog (the song) Chance The Dog (the song)
    With marimba, drum kit, xylophone, and some synths; just how does one describe this? I initially said classically influenced fusion, but there are minimalist and prog rock elements that are evident as well. The Tanguerey told me it was progrockiclassijazzi(con)fusion. :-) It's also VERY well played., well worth your time (and funds). :-) And thanks again to Dr. Beaf for pointing them out to me. :-)
  7. The Kraken Quartet - Audiotree Live
    by The Kraken Quartet
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    Chance The Dog (the song) Chance The Dog (the song)
    This is the Audiotree session sans the interview parts. All 4 are percussionists, with 2 being the primary synthesists. Mainly utilizing drumkit, marimba and xylophone as the percussion, theirs is a style I would call classically influenced fusion. Fans of ensemble, et al really need to check this out. They are VERY good. Thanks Beefy! :-)The Audiotree video
  8. 1. Occupied Territories
    by Pierre Lordet Quartet
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    No other personnel are named; but I suspect an Anne is on keys, a Lucas on bass, and a Clement is on drums. Led by M. Lordet on bass clarinet, I believe Asylon Terra is near. :-))
    Oh, this is , um, prog jazz; I think that works as a description. :-)
    And thanks again go to Olga. :-)
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  9. Charmed World
    by Marimba Plus
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    Certao Certao
    Their 2nd, this has almost the same line-up, with Arkady Shilkloper on 3 tracks (horns). There's an interesting take on a Horace Silver tune. That, and tracks 6 and 7 are my favorite tracks, all really interesting. It ends with a solo marimba piece.I'm quite impressed with this crew, and like this better than their first. This is top shelf stuff. :-))
  10. Marimba Plus
    by Marimba Plus
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    Meditation Meditation
    This is superb! Classically influenced jazz, ethnic elements are often incorporated; producing a delightful, and often unique, sound. The interplay between flute and clarinet, the interlocking rhythms often heard between those instruments and the composers marimba; it all adds up to a marvelous set of pieces. The cellist, bassist and drummer are also adept musicians, fear not. :-)I found it in Hoz's wishlist. This, all their music actually, is really VERY good. :-) P.S. Mein Vergnügen Hoz :-)
  11. You Won't Believe What Happens Next
    by Andre LaFosse
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    Show Me The Longest Route Home Show Me The Longest Route Home
    For Mr. LaFosse this is really quite accessible (note that qualifier). :-) It's music for guitar and pedals over some synth. I don't know where he gets the raga or the punk tags from, as it's more a fuzzed, glitch type of psychotic blues sound. In my wishlist for too long, the time came to either buy or delete. I guess you know which I chose. :-)