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Gwilym Simcock: It's All Just Music

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AAJ: The sound on Blues Vignette is wonderful; it's not overly produced and it sounds so clear. I also like the way there are between five to ten seconds of silence between the tracks which kind of frames them. Was that something that was thought through?

Gwilym Simcock From left: James Maddren, Gwilym Simcock, Yuri Goloubev


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