Vic’s latest album, Occasional Music, is an eclectic set of solo acoustic guitar improvisations. It fuses elements of jazz, rock, and folk into a style all his own.
Vic Dillahay — Acoustic Guitar
Barks, squeaks, and sighs by Rockett Poochy and Charlie Bear.
- Beginning: In Uncertain Times, Part One (04:41)
- Continuing: In Uncertain Times, Part Two (4:29)
- Ending: In Uncertain Times, Part Three (2:02)
- Thinking in Questions (1:13)
- Vern (3:12)
- Somewhere We Can Visit (3:41)
- Ardmore, South Dakota (3:05)
- Old Strings (1:24)
- Apologies in the Mirror (2:59)
- Greatest Small Victories (3:54)
- New Strings (1:57)
- Forgotten Counties (5:27)
- Tritones: Everything from Edges, Part One (6:16)
- Seconds: Everything from Edges, Part Two (4:08)
- Fourths: Everything from Edges, Part Three (3:47)
- Thanatos at Eventide (3:36)
TOTAL TIME: 55:51
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.
Mastered to -3dbv.
The reverb on the album is generated in Cabbage/Csound and uses an impulse of Perth City Hall from www.openairlib.net user Nick Green.
Photograph #412-DA-13299 (Photographer Hope Alexander); “Subway Train On The Manhattan Bridge In Manhattan, New York. The Problem Of How To Move People And Goods Is Ultimately Bound Up With The Quality Of Life Everywhere. The Lands Adjacent To The Bight, Rivers Flowing Into It, And Bays And Estuaries Edging It Have Direct Impact Upon The Environment Of The Coastal Water. The New York, New Jersey Metropolitan Region Is One Of The Most Congested In The World.” May 1974; DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency’s Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 – 1977; Records of the Environmental Protection Agency; Record Group 412; National Archives at College Park
Photograph #412-DA-13285 (Photographer Hope Alexander); “Consolidated Edison Power Plant In Manhattan, New York. It Has Been Estimated That All Its Plants Dump Some Six Million Gallons Per Year Of Residual Coal Into The New York Bight. Stress Factors Generated On The Bight Include Air And Water Pollution Destruction Of Wetlands Which Are Nurseries For Marine Life Coastal Over-Development, And Ocean Dumping Of Municipal And Industrial Wastes” June 1974; DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency’s Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 – 1977; Records of the Environmental Protection Agency; Record Group 412; National Archives at College Park
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