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1 Ambitative 1
stream trackload mp3   Cloud Tooth
e-bow guitar>JamMan>reverb>JamMan>Vortex
comment 01.11.2004: Krispen Hartung (http://www.krispenhartung.com)
  Very haunting and spooky. There are some very subtle sounds going on, which I like a lot, as it builds an interesting texture.
2 Bluezette
stream trackload mp3   Last Call at the Blue Pub
3 Akapella
stream trackload mp3   Sh'ant
4 East Coast
stream trackload mp3   Treefrog Domain
Frankenstrat, RP-10, 2 Jammen, Vortex, a dash of E-Bow
comment 17.10.2004: Krispen Hartung (http://www.krispenhartung.com)
  Sounds like some intense guitar distortion/gain was used to create some of this track, which creates some interesting textures and harmonic background. I like the high tone, slide guitar melody throughout the piece....this reminds me very much of a tune on Bill Frisell's "American Blood Safety in Numbers", which I highly recommend for any looper or experimental musician's CD collection....done in the late 80s, by the way. Check out the first song of the CD, called "Rovers". You can hear it at Amazon.com.

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