Tuesday, March 7, 2023

The Robbie Basho 12 String Restoration Project: Art & Music Bundles

The Robbie Basho 12 String Restoration Project! We are presenting a very special offer over at Bandcamp: Art and Music bundles with signed original watercolor paintings by Buck and Steffen Basho-Junghans, custom recordings, etc. There are 3 tier levels to support this project. For full details and Mission Statement please visit Obsolete Recordings Bandcamp

Official Video for Winter Solstice 1: A Tribute by Buck Curran to Steffen Basho-Junghans

Video for Winter Solstice 1, Buck Curran's dedication to Steffen Basho-Junghans. The video was filmed on location in the old historic city of Bergamo, Italy 13 January 2023 by David James Logan. The track was recorded using Robbie Basho's 12 String and the guitar is featured prominently in the video. From the album Solstice 'A Tribute To Steffen Basho-Junghans' (Various Artists) available on Spotify, Apple Music and Bandcamp

Folk Radio UK Video Premiere: Buck Curran's Tribute to Steffen Basho-Junghans

Folk Radio Uk Video Premiere of Buck Curran's Tribute to Steffen Basho-Junghans.

Sunday, March 5, 2023

Solstice: A Tribute to Steffen Basho-Junghans (Various Artists)

Sadly our dear friend, guitarist Steffen Basho-Junghans passed away in December of 2022. With the help of an amazing lineup of guitarists from the US, UK and Europe, Buck has lovingly produced a Tribute to honour Steffen Basho. Among the 23 tracks include artists such as Henry Kaiser, Joseph Allred, Liam Grant, Kendraplex, Isasa, Paul Perrim, Blake Hornsby, and Jesse Sheppard (Elkhorn). The album is available now at Obsolete Recordings Bandcamp, Spotify, Apple Music

Friday, March 3, 2023

Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity (Improvisations 2017-2022) by Buck Curran

Buck Curran's new album Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity (Improvisations 2017 - 2022) includes improvisations with Helena Espvall (Espers) on Cello (Gemini Sun, Gemini Rising), Jodi Pedrali (Slow Air) and with Japanese composer Hiroya Miura on piano (Mugen no Umi no Iro). The title of the album comes from a phrase used by Leonard Bernstein during the Charles Eliot Norton Lectures in 1973, in which he discusses the relevance of musical dissonance through the use of chromaticism: The Unanswered Question (Six talks at Harvard 1973) Lecture 4: The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity. The album is available at Obsolete Recordings Bandcamp , Spotify, and Apple Music