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Cam Deas is another in the extremely long line of guitar blokes very obviously influenced by John Fahey.. There's a lot of them about at the moment, most of them really pretty good, despite their prolific spamming of the musical climate. I think this fella's better than most, I've not heard his previous efforts on this label or Dead Pilot but My Guitar Is Alive and It's Singing is certainly d ...

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My Guitar Is Alive And It's Singing by Cam Deas
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 06 January 2010
Cam Deas is another in the extremely long line of guitar blokes very obviously influenced by John Fahey.. There's a lot of them about at the moment, most of them really pretty good, despite their prolific spamming of the musical climate. I think this fella's better than most, I've not heard his previous efforts on this label or Dead Pilot but My Guitar Is Alive and It's Singing is certainly dead impressive. Over the course of a few extended tracks, he showcases a wide variety of styles from quickfire arpeggio folk explosions in an old school Fahey style to atonal noodlings over minimalist dronescapes, a la some of his later work with Jim O'Rourke - though Cam keeps his shit acoustic. If you like Jack Rose blah blah blah.


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