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Trey Anastasio - Bar 17



Trey Anastasio Bar 17
Trey Anastasio - Bar 17
(CD) Red Int / Red Ink, 2006-10-03

Tracklisting :
01. Host Across The Potomac
02. If You're Walking
03. Dragonfly
04. Bar 17 | MP3
05. Mud City
06. Let Me Lie
07. What's Done
08. Goodbye Head
09. A Case Of Ice And Snow
10. Empty House
11. Gloomy Sky
12. Shadow
13. Cincinnati

18 Steps (bonus CD) tracklisting :
01. Home
02. Dark & Down
03. 18 Steps
04. In Spirals
05. Discern
06. Low
07. Words To Wanda
08. Agnes
09. Rose Alone

Links :
Pre Order : stores.musictoday.com
treyanastasio.com
myspace.com/treyanastasio

Press release :
Bar 17, the new album from Trey Anastasio, will be released on October 3, 2006. All pre-orders will include the mini-album 18 Steps.

Bar 17 marks Trey's second solo album in just under a year as he continues his evolution as guitarist, songwriter and improvisationalist to create a kaleidoscopic yet cohesive listening experience, one of his most remarkable albums to date.

Recorded on and off over the past three years in a variety of locations including Trey's famed Barn recording studio in Vermont and co-producer Bryce Googin's (Phish, Pavement) Trout Studios in Brooklyn, NY. Joining Trey in the studio were musicians from all eras of Trey's career including members of Phish and various incarnations of Trey's solo band, string players from his "Seis De Mayo" project and longtime collaborator John Medeski along with new friends avant-groovesmiths Benevento/Russo Duo, singer Carmen Keegan (I Nine) and Joan Wasser (Dambuilders, Those Bastard Souls).

A musical chameleon at heart, Trey continues to immerse himself comfortably in a variety of sonic environments. Beginning with the familiar sound of Mike Gordon's basswork on the dynamic opening track "Host Across the Potomac", Trey touches on Stones Exile-era riffing ("Dragonfly" and "Mud City") and thrilling guitar solos on the title track and "What's Done", as well as the structured-improv crowd favorite "Goodbye Head" and the expanded instrumentation of "Cincinnatti".
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