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Mining the Duo

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Tellef Øgrim

Label: Simlas
Released: 2020
Duration: 00:34:03
Views: 93

Track Listing

The action of a force against an opposing force Still Heat First Catch Leslie Lining up A dialogue between circles and lines Unicorn and butterflies

Personnel

Tellef Øgrim
Tellef Øgrim

guitar, electric

Album Description

The two musicians first met on stage for an impromptu improvised duo set during the Dutch Fretless Guitar Festival at the Q-Factory in Amsterdam in May 2019. (This that was later released at Simlas.bandcamp.com). Mining the Duo was made by Govaert sending three files to Øgrim for him to play on and vice versa. Info about Onno Govaert (Cactus Truck, Omawi, Feecho, Vicente/Govaert/Gebruers, The Attic, Full Sun, Roket, Bazooka) www.doek.org/featured-artist-onno-govaert/ Tellef Øgrim (Uuskyla Øgrim & Berg, The Leif, Ung Pike Forsvunnet, Mugetuft, Henrik Hellstenius, Jan Wiese) tellefogrim.com/bio.html Onno Govaert drums Tellef Øgrim fretted and fretless guitars Recorded by exchanging tracks between Amsterdam and Oslo over the Internet during the Coronavirus lockdown of 2020


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