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WHNZ:67:STDLP by Andrij Orel

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Released:November 26th, 2015
Length:00:32:11

Lately, as a solo artist, Andrij Orel follows the cat path of playing mostly in-house concerts. This one was played at a friends' house with a large living room in his hometown Lviv, Ukraine, on Nov 21, 2015.

All pieces, except encore, written by Andrij Orel.
Artwork by Oleg Koval.


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WHNZ:67:STDLP
01. I (09:10)
02. II (07:04)
03. III (10:19)
04. Encore (IWJTWWM) (05:38)
UPLOADED:11/27/2015
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African Googre on 01/12/2016 at 10:11AM

Got a message from Totonto. Thank you, Kevin!

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"In the living room, just-about tuned desirably, train-walking thumb pattern blues through the lemon squeezer filter paper, catching in the upside-down funnel. Chugging away like the guitar’s flipped too, and having that be the perfect end-result baker’s dozen-bar (13 bars into infinity) of turn-aroundless hanging fly swat/spatterly acoustic glunk-a-glunk. 

Totally loving when the outlined overly/overtly rememberly blues gives a wave/wink then facecloths the clean back into the mess. No point Fahey’ing, let it escape and run for the hills in an awake for three days straight and been down for so long play my way out of this dozing frenzy in half-speed spiral of madness and it’s time for bed but i’ll keep picking away at this one note that now covers for the other five phrases i started and it’s all magnificently free prose taped-up scroll scrap.

This is hammered. And sober.

Did i mention i really like the walking themes that emerge and self-destruct? And the choice reverb haunting the stand-tall notes that almost slap out into bewildered existence?

I’m going to keep an ear out for this guy and when he does the inevitable living room tour he’s more than welcome to roll up his sleeves and let fly over here."

Kevin, Rotational Review

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