Mark Bingham | Easy Solos for Spanish Guitar

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Easy Solos for Spanish Guitar

by Mark Bingham

Genre: Avant Garde: Psychedelia
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1. The Fog
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2. Germany 1937
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3. Guru 2 Car Garaji
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4. Downward Facing Hog
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5. The More it Breaks
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6. Snoop Dogg in Kyoto
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7. 101010
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8. 9 Lives in 3
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9. The Dust of my Country
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Easy Solos for Spanish Guitar is a collection of Mark Bingham's guitar solos. The album features pieces for 12 string acoustic, 6 string acoustic, and electric guitar with a 3 amp set -up. It was recorded in New Orleans.

Snoop Dogg In Kyoto, originally made in 1999 for a Tokyo based website, features a set up where the live guitar goes to 3 amps, each with different FX pedals then fed into more FX at the console.

Dust of Our Country recorded on a JVC boombox in July 1980.

10 10 10 was recorded on that date in New Orleans, the track is dedicated to Joseph Spence, Skip Spence, Frantz Casseus, Bruce Anderson and sputtering guitar players everywhere.

Photo and Cover Design by Shawn Hall


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