Tobias Moldenhauer Trio | Solitary Bones

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Solitary Bones

by Tobias Moldenhauer Trio

'Solitary Bones' is the trio's first coup. Recorded live to 4-track, with harmonica and saxophone overdubs, this album represents an original, fresh, non-manufactured sounding and honest approach to their material.
Genre: Blues: Finger-Picked Guitar
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1. Great Ocean Road
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2. Child of the Wind
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3. Tick Tock
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4. Going Down Slow
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5. The Strange Kind
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6. The Tide
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7. Solitary Bones
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8. Midnight Lullaby
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9. Where the Light Is Strong
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The trio consists of Tobias Moldenhauer (guitars, vocals), Hugh Gilbert (bass) and Jarrah Higgins (drums).

'Solitary Bones' represents an energetic take on capturing their performance as a group.
Their sound and dynamic playfulness called for a live recording approach and the three recorded their instruments live to 4-track over the course of two days. 'Lucky' Lester joined to add harmonica on five songs, Idris Harries contributed saxophone to 'Midnight Lullaby'. Last but not least a few reversed electic guitar samples and lap steel solos found their way onto the record.

'Solitary Bones' presents itself as a well balanced, fresh and non-manufactured sounding album with a wide dynamic range, rich in abstract storytelling, organic instrument sounds and is near impossible to be added to any one genre.


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