Rhaeadrau by Simon Proffitt, released 09 October 2018 1. Rhaeadr y Graig Lwyd 2. Sgwd Wen 3. Rhaeadr Ewynnol 4. Ffrwd Fawr 5. Pistyll Rhaeadr 6. Hafren-Torri-Gwddf 7. Rhaeadr Cynwyd 8. Pistyll Henfynachlog 9. Rhaeadr y Tylwyth Teg Part 3 of the Exotic Spresm trilogy: Further investigations, explorations and improvisations for acoustic guitar. In the spirit of defining yourself by what you are, not what you're against, this album is a tribute to the waterfalls of north and mid Wales
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Paul Simon was always an uneasy folksinger, a role his record company tried to push him into starting with Simon & Garfunkel's debut album. Before that, along with New York City pal and musical partner Art Garfunkel, Simon formed Tom & Jerry, an Everly Brothers-style duo, in the late '50s that led to their folk career the next decade
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Frank Noah Proffitt (June 1, 1913 – November 24, 1965) was an Appalachian old time banjoist who preserved the song "Tom Dooley" in the form we know it today and was a key figure in inspiring musicians of the 1960s and 1970s to play the traditional five-string banjo. He was born in Laurel Bloomery, Tennessee and was raised in the Reese area of Watauga County, North Carolina where he worked in a variety of jobs and lived on a farm with his wife and six children.
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- Artwork – Idris Tiger
NotesPart 3 of the Exotic Spresm trilogy: Further investigations, explorations and improvisations for acoustic guitar. Some of this might seem a bit 'warts and all', but such is the nature of research.
In the spirit of defining yourself by what you are, not what you're against, this album is a tribute to the waterfalls of north and mid Wales. There are so many important political points to be made, given all the crazy, awful stuff that's happening in the world right now, and how sad and angry I am about it (and also how powerless I am to do anything about any of it) but I'll save that for some other time.
Performed on an Art & Lutherie Cedar acoustic guitar with various preparations at the Museum of Dust, 5 October 2018.
Thanks to Ash, Jen & Idris for support and encouragement.