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Guitars, Rarities, and New Sounds

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This time a dip into the archive for a couple of tracks featuring Wolfgang Muthspiel plus more guitar with a new solo album from Brian Citro. There's a preview of a stunning new album from Nate Wooley, which features two more guitarists, Mary Halvorson and Susan Alcorn. Plus new music from La Pompe Attack, classic British Jazz from John Taylor, a debut from Julius Rodriguez, rare Dave Brubeck and some early Oregon. There's also new self released music from Eyal Netzer & Oded Geizhals, Extended and Glen Dickson, plus the new album from Caili O'Doherty.

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  • Show Intro 00:00
  • Wolfgang Muthspiel "Joseph" from Driftwood (ECM) 00:54
  • Brian Citro "Pannonica" from Acoustic Pastime—Solo Guitar (ears&eyes) 07:10
  • Ralph Towner, Wolfgang Muthspiel, Slava Grigoryan "Windsong" from Travel Guide (ECM) 13:11
  • Nate Wooley "Returning To Drown Myself, Finally" from Ancient Songs of Burlap Heroes (Pyroclastic) 20:26
  • La Pompe Attack "Teen Town" from Putt Lake Toodleloo (GotMusic Records) 31:16
  • John Taylor Sextet "Interfusion" from Fragment (Jazz In Britain) 36:23
  • Julius Rodriguez "Elegy (For Cam)" from Let Sound Tell All (Verve Records) 45:52
  • Dave Brubeck Trio "La Paloma Azul" from Live from Vienna 1967 (Brubeck Editions) 53:50
  • Oregon "Icarus" from In Performance (Wounded Bird Records) 1:00:21
  • Eyal Netzer , Oded Geizhals "Sea Suite I" from Duo (Self Released) 1:06:50
  • Eyal Netzer , Oded Geizhals "Sea Suite II" from Duo (Self Released) 1:10:13
  • Eyal Netzer , Oded Geizhals "Sea Suite III" from Duo (Self Released) 1:16:01
  • Extended "Prominent Randy" from Without Notice (Self Released) 1:21:26
  • Caili O'Doherty "Mr. O" from Quarantine Dream (Posi-tone) 1:28:11
  • Glenn Dickson "Closer To The Fire" from Wider Than The Sky (Self Released) 1:35:37
  • John Taylor Sextet "For Chris" from Fragment (Jazz In Britain) 1:42:43

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