Greg Howard | Water on the Moon

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Water on the Moon

by Greg Howard

A one-hour live improvised Chapman Stick piece, thematic, and textural, ambient and more, a "spontaneous concerto."
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Water on the Moon, 1998 (remastered version 2001 now available). Join Greg Howard for a live solo one-hour Chapman Stick improvisation. Water on the Moon was recorded at Miller's in Charlottesville, Virginia, on one of Greg's regular Monday night gigs the week that ice crystals were first reported on the lunar surface.


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Glenn Poorman

Unbridled Stick Improv
This is a great CD. I've seen Greg perform his extended improvs live on numerous occasions and this CD does a great job of capturing the spirit of those performances. You really should spin it in it's entirety from start to finish the get the full picture.