Thursday, December 12, 2019
To honor Jack Rose on the 10th Anniversary of his passing Buck has produced and curated a tribute album featuring Mike Gangloff, Sir Richard Bishop, Micah Blue Smaldone, Helena Espvall, Isasa, Simone Romei, etc. The album has been released via Tompkins Square label and can be found at Bandcamp, Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon, etc.
Sunday, June 2, 2019
Monday, May 27, 2019
New video Filmed by Joe Winslow (Idaho Joe) of 'War Behind the Sun' by Buck Curran. From the forthcoming album 'Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity' (ESP-Disk/Obsolete Recordings). Avail now via Bandcamp , iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, etc
Thursday, January 31, 2019
Friends and Fans of Arborea. Shanti has been hard at work on her debut solo album 'Fools of the Machine'. Presented here is a Video Preview for the song 'By The Light of Far Distant Stars'. Video and keyboard by Mof Gimmers, Drums by Rick Eagle, and Backing vocals by Christian Deichmann.
'Song for Liam' Video and Lesson Feature article is now available at Acoustic Guitar Magazine
This article by Adam Perlmutter will also be featured in the March/April issue of the Magazine.
Huge Thanks to Beatrice Sancinelli and Alberto Dall'Ara for making the video possible.
Saturday, January 19, 2019
New video of Buck performing 'Seven Gardens To Your Shore' (from the album 'Immortal Light'). This video was made by Jesse Sheppard (Elkhorn) during Buck's American tour in September 2018.
New video of Buck performing 'Song for Liam' (from the album 'Morning Haikus, Afternoon Ragas'). This video was made by Jesse Sheppard (Elkhorn) during Buck's American tour in September 2018.
Sunday, July 15, 2018
Just found this haunting video made with footage from Eastern Europe of 'Leaves Among the Ruins' (Dedicated to Jack Rose) from Arborea's S/T album from 2008. And here's a live performance from Arborea's show in Paris, France from 2010
Sunday, May 20, 2018
Saturday, April 14, 2018
'Morning Haikus, Afternoon Ragas' (ESP-Disk/Obsolete Recordings) the new album by Buck Curran is now available on Spotify
'Morning Haikus, Afternoon Ragas' included in this 'Gorgeous Guitars' edition at JamBase along with albums by Ezra Feinberg and Gyan Riley.
"The new record of solo guitar music from Buck Curran is called Morning Haikus, Afternoon Ragas and no words I could write could improve on such a poetic description of such poetic acoustic music. This is daytime guitar for early risers and daydreamers and those who just need a pause. Seventeen tracks of pure guitar music, some short improvisations interspersed with Curran’s compositions, lovingly crafted and beautifully delivered, the album is a single meditation. I think you’ll dig it". - Aaron Stein/JamBase
Monday, December 4, 2017
Cover Art for the forthcoming Vinyl and CD release of: 'Robbie Basho Live in Forlì, Italy 1982' via Obsolete Recordings and ESP-Disk'. Produced by Buck Curran and Distributed by Forced Exposure... January 26, 2018 (CD); February 23, 2018 (LP). European distro will be via !K7 Records . For more information about Robbie Basho...please visit the essential Robbie Basho Archives @ http://www.robbiebasho-archives.info/
Tuesday, August 1, 2017
Robbie Basho 'Live in Forlì, Italy, 1982' produced by Buck for Obsolete Recordings is now availalbe via iTunes, Amazon, Bandcamp, Spotify, etc. Vinyl and CD edition forthcoming in 2018 via ESP-Disk' and Obsolete Recordings!
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
'Immortal Light' The title track of Buck Curran's solo album featuring the beautiful and otherworldy vox of Shanti! https://obsoleterecordings.bandcamp.com/album/immortal-light
Monday, June 12, 2017
Buck Curran's acoustic guitar instrumental 'River unto Sea' (from 'Immortal Light') in the June 2017 issue of Acoustic Guitar Magazine
Monday, April 10, 2017
Monday, March 20, 2017
Buck Curran Acoustic Session for Le Cargo! Paris, France 3 February, 2017. Performing 'New Moontide' from the new album 'Immortal Light' out via Obsolete Recordings and ESP-Disk'.
Full Session here: http://www.lecargo.org/spip/buck-curran/session-acoustique-861/article9304.html
Saturday, March 18, 2017
Buck has written an article about Five Essential 'Live' Solos by Peter Green for Guitar Player Magazine. Original photo by George Wilkes Archive.
I also want to add a public statement to my article: I love Claptons early work and his role w/Bluesbreakers is key to PG's history. To clarify regarding my comments about Clapton. I am only stating in article that Peter Green's work was On Par/Equal to Clapton's best. Peter Green's work deserves to been celebrated along with Clapton. It's unfortunate that when I was growing up, I never even heard of Peter Green..cause nobody was talking about him...while Clapton was everywhere, I am Grateful for both musicians.