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However good this could be, there'll be no comparison the stop- start animation Phil has just shown me. 40 today and finally he unleashes his inner creative genius - he did this himself you know:-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-P7u4-R68MAnyway back to the 'music' - we are all waiting with baited breath now that we've heard the guy tuning up for 10 minutes whether he will actually get round t ...

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Quadtych Vol. 1 by Cam Deas
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6/10 Clinton Staff review, 21 January 2011

However good this could be, there'll be no comparison the stop- start animation Phil has just shown me. 40 today and finally he unleashes his inner creative genius - he did this himself you know:-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-P7u4-R68M

Anyway back to the 'music' - we are all waiting with baited breath now that we've heard the guy tuning up for 10 minutes whether he will actually get round to playing a chord. It doesn't seem so. Instead we get solo guitar improvisations that slowly build and mutate to spectacularly atonal rhythmic strumming that comes very early in what I'm told is a 70 minute piece. Excitement over it goes back to plucking. Whether this is wonderfully improvised sonic exploration or just plucking about depends on your viewpoint I suppose. Fans of Derek Bailey, experimental ends of Jack Rose or John Fahey may well get in a tizzy about this but for us its just a little too abstract to keep the attention over two sides of vinyl.




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