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Cline, Nels / Jim McAuley / Rod Poole: Acoustic Guitar Trio (Incus)


 

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Personnel:



Jim McAuley-acoustic guitar

Nels Cline-acoustic guitar

Rod Poole-acoustic guitar, bowed guitar


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Label: Incus
Catalog ID: CD46
Squidco Product Code: 4961

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2001
Country: UK
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded at Architecture, in Los Angeles, California, on September 9th, 2000, by Scott Fraser.

Descriptions, Reviews, &c.

"Really great set of acoustic explorations. Nels Cline is the superstar who crossed the bridge to play with Wilco. Poole is a little-known but truly phenomal Welch guitarist. The trio makes you believe there might be something good about Los Angeles."-Incus


Artist Biographies

Track Listing:



1. Inclusive 9:01

2. My You 9:33

3. Extinguished By Rain 13:54

4. Squeeze Toy 3:48

5. Web 3:35

6. Seventeen Step 17:14

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