MERCH is headed up by San Franciscan Joe Medina, and Amour Bohemian is the project’s latest album. Best described as ambitious symphonic pop-rock, roughly 65 musicians had their hands in its creation, yet it’s unequivocally an auteur-driven work, and one that thrives on discipline.
Part one of the TVD Record Store Club’s look at the new and reissued wax presently in stores for November, 2017. NEW RELEASE PICKS: Barry Altschul and the 3Dom Factor, Live in Kraków (Not Two) Altschul has drummed with Paul Bley, Andrew Hill, Sam Rivers, and with Anthony Braxton, Chick Corea and Dave Holland in Circle; his third release with bassist and fellow Braxton associate Joe Fonda and the young, masterful saxophonist Jon Irabagon is a start-to-finish delight.
Of the two halves comprising the Gunn-Truscinski Duo, guitarist Steve Gunn holds the higher profile, this stature gained largely through a handful of records showcasing his considerable talent as a singer-songwriter. Drummer John Truscinski has been crucial component in those albums, with the extensiveness of the relationship bringing their work as a duo a heightened vitality. The latest fruit of the partnership is Bay Head, which offers ten tracks intermingling roots, rock, psych, and fuzz.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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