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Revenants, Prodigies And The Restless Dead
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c joynes - Revenants, Prodigies And The Restless Dead

c joynes

Revenants, Prodigies And The Restless Dead

€ 15.90

LABEL: IMMUNE
GENRE: Folk | FORMAT: Vinyl LP | CATALOG N. immune007lp | YEAR. (2009)

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Revenants, Prodigies And The Restless Dead is pressed on high quality virgin vinyl at RTI in a hand-numbered edition of 500 copies for the world. Included is a free MP3 download coupon and insert.
Immune is proud to present a deluxe and limited edition vinyl version of the brand new album from British guitarist C Joynes. This is the second widely available album from Joynes (after last year’s God Feeds The Ravens) and is being released simultaneously on CD by Bo’Weavil Recordings.
C Joynes is a musician whose playing has consistently invoked a broad and shifting stream of inspirations. As a guitarist, there is no doubt that Joynes has been influenced by some of the most idiosyncratic finger-pickers of the last 40 years and beyond, but his music goes far beyond simply this. His recordings have always offered many dimensions for the listener to explore, be it through solo acoustic pieces, larger ensemble work, or the intimate use of improvisations and hill recordings.
Building on previous albums, Revenants, Prodigies & The Restless Dead is a more expansive affair. Joined on a number of these tunes by an assortment of friends and collaborators, a range of acoustic and vintage electronic instruments all make appearances, gradually fleshing out some of the ideas and direction that Joynes clearly has imprinted in his mind’s eye, adding colour and hue to some of these beautiful compositions.
While Joynes remains at home with English and American forms of folk music, the twelve pieces on this album continue to demonstrate the extent to which other traditions, both eastern and western, have an equal and instinctive pull on his music. Listen to the detuned and prepared guitar of ‘Nyambai Sawmill’, which seems equally drawn out of late 60s classical experimentalism as it does to sounds from the Western Sahara.


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