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Electric Guitar One

by Emma Ruth Rundle

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Ruben Lazcano
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Ruben Lazcano Mesmerizing and beautiful would be the words to describe this album Favorite track: Göteborg.
Bill Boethius
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Bill Boethius Very musical abstract and experimental guitar sounds - very painterly with a sense of form lurking in the background. Good story of how the pieces were created too. Favorite track: For Paul.
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Michael Keerdo-Dawson Emma Ruth Rundle is my favourite discovery for 2015. To say that Rundle is brave is an understatement - who else, blessed with such a voice, would choose to largely forgo it for an almost exclusively instrumental album? Not many is the answer. While I'm more likely to return to Some Heavy Ocean and the most recent album from Marriages, this remains a veritable slow soak in sound - delicate yet raw, nuanced yet blunt where it needs to be. I can't wait for Electric Guitar Two. Favorite track: For Paul.
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ABOUT ELECTRIC GUITAR ONE: During the Red Sparowes EU tour of fall 2010. I spent a lot of time in the back seat of the van looking out the window and playing a little travel sized electric guitar. I recorded several meditative ambient improvisations which became one continuous piece of music about 30 min long. Think DeadMan soundtrack - textures, drones and melodies that break through, repeat and fade back into the drone. Its an instrumental guitar work, somewhat improvised and recorded in a moving van over the course of 6 weeks. For fans of Earth, Grouper, Bohren etc. and of course fans of Red Sparowes and the Nocturnes. Bryant Clifford Meyer was kind enough to help mix the thing when we got back home.

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released March 1, 2014

Emma Ruth Rundle- guitar, voice
Bryant Clifford Meyer- mixing
released by- Errant Child Recordings

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