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Daniel Bachman has drawn influence from Jack Rose more than possibly any other guitarist, including the blues artists who originally shaped the form. Up until now, Bachman’s been content to convey himself more through his technique than his actual compositions, but this self-titled release makes a case for itself as the guitarist’s real coming-out statement, a collection of songs and song-shapes that push the limits of what it is that Bachman does and why we should listen to his story. In keeping with the American Primitive’s obsession with recycling and reimagining older music, Daniel Bachman is in the tricky position of both setting in stone Bachman’s defining qualities and differentiating itself from what has come before.
12 July at 08:32 ·. How much fun, last week was for me. Being back with some old friends Evine. 4 July at 15:00 ·. He's back! Daniel Green returns tonight at 5PM EST. Chef Daniel Green. 9 July at 16:26 ·. My view across the harbor last week in Hong Kong.
Daniel Bachman has averaged one album a year since 2012, an impressive testament to his hard work. He's always writing, always practicing, always touring, always relocating to various parts of the East Coast (currently, south of Richmond) for inspiration. But more importantly, he's always growing. With Daniel Bachman, he presents the most rounded version of his guitar music, and there's comfort in knowing that the next album will likely continue that thread.
Freeways is the sixth studio album by Canadian rock band Bachman–Turner Overdrive, released in 1977. It was the last album that Randy Bachman would be a part of with BTO until seven years later when a "reunion" Bachman-Turner Overdrive studio album was made and released in 1984.
Take The Morning Star, the new album by Daniel Bachman. A six-string and lap guitar player from Virginia, he makes music that sounds haunted by older structures and textures. He’s a magical soul – at 28 years old, this is his 12th album already – but much newer ideas collide with his ancient sounds. Bachman’s musical ancestor in many ways is John Fahey, such is the combination of experiment and traditional playing on parade here. Rachael McShane and the Cartographers’ debut album, When All Is Still, is a lively, bright collection of folk standards, marrying the Bellowhead singer/fiddler’s many talents with Hey Negrita guitarist Matthew Ord and melodeon player Julian Sutton. Damien O’Kane and Ron Block’s rousing,15-track Banjophony, fuses together Irish and American bluegrass traditions with impressive ambition, offering occasionally rip-roaring, occasionally deeply tender, results.