A sequence of three solo acoustic guitar improvisations from prominent Euro/UK Free Improv guitarist John Russell, recorded at St Peter's, Whitstable 2009.
Released in: Great Britain
"I recorded these three improvisations in one afternoon and they appear in the order they were played. The titles are all taken from the Kentish dialect: 'Weeker Passel' means ear parcel; 'Alleycumfree' is a non-existent place - a nosy person asking where someone was going would be told, 'To Alleycumfree'; 'The folkestone Girls' are large, billowy, solid-looking grey clouds foretelling rain - it was a beautiful sunny day when we recorded. 'Hyste' is a signal or call."-John Russell
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Catalog ID: 10.06
Squidco Product Code: 13277
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Cardstock Gatefold Sleeve 3 panels
Recorded at St Peter's Whitstable on June 1st, 2009 by Adam Skeaping.
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1. Weeker Passel 9:14
2. Alleycumfree 31:29
3. The Folkestone Girls 18:06