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Trey Gunn’s debut solo album. Recorded in between tours with David Sylvian and Robert Fripp.
Trey Gunn - Stick, Voice
Serpentine - Voice
Bob Muller - Tabla, Percussion, Drums
Pat Mastelloto - Drums on track 3
Xan - Additional voice on tracks 4 & 7
"Trey's solo album, One Thousand Years -- an enticing parfait of noir,atmospheric Stick leads and pulsing Stick bass, mysterious vocals, drums,and percussion loops -- provides an excellent indication of the instrument's
potential." -- Andy Ellis, Guitar Player
"One Thousand Years is an aggressively atmospheric solo album" -- Darren Ressler, Guitar for the Practicing Musician
"On One Thousand Years Gunn displays a keen sense of melody and a desire to create borderless, pan-worldly music. ... though it's mostly a quiet,introspective release, relying extensively on soft hypnotic percussion, Gunn lets loose with some steely, savage-sounding distorted Stick.
-- Max MacDonald, Impact Magazine
"The sheer dramatic imagery and silky textures hint at both a potent new composer on the progressive ethnic-rock plane and a musician who has absorbed more than his fair share of Rain Tree Crow and David Sylvian. Equally amazing is that these dense, undulating pools of experimental funk, ethno-trance and dreamy eloquence were performed on a minimalist bed of Stick, tablas/percussion and occasional voice." -- Darrel Bergstein, I.E. Magazine