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Diego Barber/Hugo Cipres: 411

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The opening of the decidedly modern music on 411, the track entitled “Timanfaya," sounds like a spooky, welcome to a plugged-in netherworld. It begins with electric surges and wafflings, then glowing beeps punctuating electric washes before a shift into tune two, “all in," that sounds as if the late multiple reedman Eric Dolphy is hanging around the place, where he's hooked up with guitarist/composer Frank Zappa.The music is the brainchild of classical guitarist Diego Barber--who hails from the ...


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