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Occasional Music

Occasional Music by Vic Dillahay
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Vic Dillahay

Label: Curious Automata
Released: 2016
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Track Listing

Beginning: In Uncertain Times, Part One; Continuing: In Uncertain Times, Part Two; Ending: In Uncertain Times, Part Three; Thinking in Questions; Vern; Somewhere We Can Visit; Ardmore, South Dakota; Old Strings; Apologies in the Mirror; Greatest Small Victories; New Strings; Forgotten Counties; Tritones: Everything from Edges, Part One; Seconds: Everything from Edges, Part Two; Fourths: Everything from Edges, Part Three; Thanatos at Eventide


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Vic Dillahay: acoustic and electric guitar

Album Description

Recorded in Fort Collins, Colorado on 2/2/2016 (tracks 1-9) and 4/29/2016 (tracks 10-16).
Everything you hear was improvised live. No charts, no second takes, and no overdubbing.


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