Tim Catlin - Radio Ghosts
This time around, guitar master Caltin lets the space around the axe do the talking. The sounds of the individual parts of the instrument as it lies in a specific place is the aim here. Like static, radio waves, tones bouncing off walls and vibrating off strings and frets, Catlin’s drone is a literal case of letting the music, and its environment do the talking.
The result is a tonal soundscape that echoes and shimmers, with a multitude of surprises.
Catlin ought to be as well-know as Bailey or Ranaldo; he will probably remain obscure after this release, but he has also added to a body of work that, with more attention, will stun many converts.
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