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Friends & Heroes: Guitar Duets

Friends & Heroes: Guitar Duets by Henry Kaiser buy album

Henry Kaiser

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Views: 1,810

Track Listing

Chrysanthemums; The Distant Thunder; Three Languages; A Mighty Fire; Mokele Mbembe; Overlapping Dialogue; Infinitum Ad-Infinitum; Harmony Jam; All Aboard For Futuresville; The Trouble With Hoichi; Skipper Sedley; Wheels, Right And Left; L’impaziente Inglese; The Very Last Of The Very Few; Split The Difference.

Personnel

Henry Kaiser
Henry Kaiser

guitar, electric

Additional Personnel / Information

Henry Kaiser plus Derek Bailey (1), Debashish Bhattacharaya (2), Fred Frith (3), Knut Reiersrud (4), Sandy Ewen (5), Chris Muir (6), Ian Brighton (7), Nels Cline (8), Jim O’Rourke (9), Elliott Sharp (10), Eugene Chadbourne (11), Davey Williams (12), Roberto Zorzi (13), Bill Frisell (14), John Russell (15): guitar.


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