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8 Commentsto Freezing Moon - Wyrd Visions - Half-Eaten Guitar (Vinyl, Album)

  1. Votaur says:
    Jan 03,  · Wyrd Visions // Castlemusic. Five years after the hood classic Half-Eaten Guitar, double-neck shaman Wyrd Visions reemerged unexpectedly to share a 12″ split with Jennifer Castle. Toronto’s sweet and understated wisp-folk minstrel proved the perfect match on this two-song gem, with both artists delivering in spades. “My Boat” and.
  2. Bagis says:
    Wyrd Visions' 'Half Eaten Guitar' Gets Vinyl Reissue Courtesy of Phil Elverum. It's been close to eight years since Toronto indie-folk experimenter Wyrd Visions (a.k.a. Colin Bergh) delivered his.
  3. Moogushicage says:
    Back in those most ancient and heady days of , Toronto’s Colin Bergh (a.k.a. Wyrd Visions) recorded Half-Eaten Guitar, but after just one quickly-sold-out pressing on Toronto’s Blue Fog Recordings, the record crawled off and got all long-lost in some bog somewhere. The whole crawling off deal makes a lot of sense when you think about it, because the album was straight-up eerie.
  4. Kazragore says:
    Music Tracking These are releases that I've taken note of, listed alphabetically by artist, with VA comps at the bottom. My grades, where available, are in brackets at.
  5. Shaktizilkree says:
    Apr 23,  · April 23, edition of the Seattle Weekly.
  6. JoJomi says:
    Taking cues equally from “New Visions” style synths and contemporary UK dance music, Severant, the solo debut from Jamie Teasdale of Vex’d, was one of the freshest sounding releases of Incredibly ambitious but rarely missing a step, Teasdale moves with confidence from lightning fast UK Garage to cinematic and sorrowful synth interludes.
  7. Arashigis says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Half-Eaten Guitar on Discogs. Label: Blue Fog - VOID • Format: Vinyl 12 Wyrd Visions - Half-Eaten Guitar (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(11).
  8. Yoramar says:
    Most of the blues he used is jazzier, with a predominance of outright jazz, incl. Charlie Christian, first genius of the electric guitar, whom I associate with blues, proto-rock & roll, proto-rock, for that matter, with Goodman's small groups. The box set is worth seeking out, though more affordable on vinyl.

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