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New Albums With Great Guitarists

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On this show we feature fantastic new albums from bands featuring great guitarists. There is also a round-up of some of the end of year releases in 2020, including an amazing live recording by Tim Berne's Science Friction band from 2003, and new music from the ears&eyes label.

Playlist

  • Gabriel Vicéns "The Way We Are Created" from The Way We Are Created (Inner Circle Music) 00:00
  • Derupeto "Vanessa" from Derupeto (Nobelrecords) 10:18
  • Mach 6 "Si Annida" from Take Off (EYS/DDE Records) 17:51
  • Joe Bowden "Doodlin'" from Roots : Tales of the Urban Yoda (Self Released) 26:03
  • Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli "Blues" from Sin Tiempo (ears&eyes) 30:24
  • Maximiliano Kirszner "Caudal" from Isla (ears&eyes) 34:43
  • Gabriel Vicéns "A City of Many Mysteries" from The Way We Are Created (Inner Circle Music) 38:38
  • Mach 6 "Todi Fantasy" from Take Off (EYS/DDE Records) 45:10
  • Joe Bowden "The Golden Rule" from Roots : Tales of the Urban Yoda (Self Released) 51:39
  • Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli "La Memoria" from Sin Tiempo (ears&eyes) 1:00:00
  • Maximiliano Kirszner "Isla" from Isla (ears&eyes) 1:04:57
  • Griffith Hiltz Trio "WCW" from Arcade (GBR Records) 1:08:07
  • Derupeto "Bahia" from Derupeto (Nobelrecords) 1:15:03
  • Gabriel Vicéns "To The Unknown" from The Way We Are Created (Inner Circle Music) 1:21:22
  • Mach 6 "Funkytaurus" from Take Off (EYS/DDE Records) 1:28:43
  • Joe Bowden "All For You" from Roots : Tales of the Urban Yoda (Self Released) 1:34:16
  • Leo Genovese, Mariano Otero, Sergio Verdinelli "Eastwood" from Sin Tiempo (ears&eyes) 1:40:26
  • Maximiliano Kirszner "Nitido" from Isla (ears&eyes) 1:44:28
  • Science Friction "Heavy Mental" from Science Friction + size (9Donkeys) 1:49:09

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