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California Guitar Trio - Rocks The West (2000)  Music

Posted by v3122 at Sept. 26, 2015
California Guitar Trio - Rocks The West (2000)

California Guitar Trio - Rocks The West (2000)
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Progressive Rock / New Acoustic

CGT is an amazing trio of innovative guitar players that come from or are inspired by the Robert Fripp school of guitarrist. These live interpretations stand as a great overview of both their work and the ability to transform different styles and other's work into the trio's musical style…

California Guitar Trio - The First Decade (2003) Repost  

Posted by Designol at Oct. 30, 2011
California Guitar Trio - The First Decade (2003) Repost

California Guitar Trio - The First Decade (2003) Repost
XLD | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 336 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 149 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Progressive Rock, Instrumental Rock, Folk Rock, New Acoustic | Label: Inside Out | # 6 93723 65802 5 | Time: 00:45:28

The three talented members of the California Guitar Trio met in 1987 at a guitar workshop taught by Robert Fripp. Like Fripp, the CGT favors a trebly, textured sound and expresses its unity in complex but sweet fugues that fuse elements of pop, jazz, Americana, world music, and other diverse sounds. This 10-year retrospective begins with "Yamanashi Blues," (the title track from their highly acclaimed first album) in which acoustic guitars imitate kotos and mirror the relentless beauty of Mt. Fuji. Other selections display the trio's awesome technical skills. "Pathways," another title track from a much-beloved album, rocks mightily despite having no drums and then segues into an intense classical-derived number. Other CGT favorites here include the vaguely sinister "Happy Time in Fun Town" and three-fifths of the furious "Train To Lamy" suite. For the uninitiated, this retrospective is good place to start.
California Guitar Trio With Tony Levin And Pat Mastelotto - Cg3+2 (2002) {InsideOutMusic} [Repost]

California Guitar Trio With Tony Levin And Pat Mastelotto - Cg3+2 (2002) {InsideOutMusic}
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© 2002 InsideOutMusic | 6 93723 65242 9
Instrumental Rock / Modern Blues / Prog Rock

Since 1998, the California Guitar Trio has regularly toured with expanded versions of the band. The fan favorite is no doubt the quintet form with King Crimson members Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto. A live album, Live at the Key Club, was made available in 2001 through the CGT Direct Collectors' Series. CG3+2 takes the quintet in the studio to record their repertoire. The track list includes a couple new CGT compositions, jams and studio constructions credited to the whole group, a few more of those incredible covers the band is known for, and a few old favorites revisited.

California Guitar Trio - Andromeda (2010)  Music

Posted by Designol at Jan. 27, 2011
California Guitar Trio - Andromeda (2010)

California Guitar Trio - Andromeda (2010)
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Genre: Instrumental rock, Acoustic, Prog-Rock, Folk | Label: Inner Knot | # INK7758 | Time: 00:37:44

This new album has been more than 2 years in the making, and is the first CGT album to feature only new original compositions and improvisations by Bert, Paul and Hideyo. Special Guests on the new album include Tony Levin, Eric Slick, Julie Slick, Tom Griesgraber, Tyler Trotter and more.

California Guitar Trio - Pathways (1998)  Music

Posted by Designol at Jan. 25, 2011
California Guitar Trio - Pathways (1998)

California Guitar Trio - Pathways (1998)
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Genre: Instrumental rock, Acoustic, Folk | Label: Discipline Global Mobile | # DGM9803 | Time: 00:43:47

In the studio, the CGT shine, as evidenced by this masterful 1998 release featuring Bill Janssen on saxophone. Pathways contains a delightful assortment of original tunes as well as brilliantly arranged cover tunes, such as Mason Williams' Classical Gas, and Beethoven's 5th.

California Guitar Trio - Whitewater (2004)  Music

Posted by Designol at Jan. 24, 2011
California Guitar Trio - Whitewater (2004)

California Guitar Trio - Whitewater (2004)
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Genre: Instrumental rock, Acoustic, Folk | Label: Inside Out Music | # IOMCD 181, IOMACD 2091 | Time: 00:47:18

Produced by Tony Levin, "Whitewater" contains mostly new and original CGT material. Both ethereal and blistering, this recording reveals the CGT's music in a new light by introducing some amazing electronic treatments while staying true to their warm, analog sound. The Bach Circulation piece on this recording was made using tiny, high-end, binaural microphones in producer Tony Levin's ears, just feet from the 3 guitars!

California Guitar Trio - Echoes (2008)  Music

Posted by Designol at Jan. 23, 2011
California Guitar Trio - Echoes (2008)

California Guitar Trio - Echoes (2008)
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Genre: Instrumental rock, Acoustic, Folk | Label: Inner Knot | # INK7716 | Time: 00:54:39

The California Guitar Trio have always played cover versions but on Echoes, these graduates of Robert Fripp's League of Crafty Guitarists go over the top in paying homage to their roots. From progressive rock to arena rock, art music to classical music, they bring it all to their 18 strings. Although their primary instruments are acoustic guitars, they aren't averse to a little electric processing and that helps them when they tackle two progressive rock epics, Pink Floyd's "Echoes" and Mike Oldfield's “Tubular Bells.” They compress them both in time, but hit the highlights, exposing new, pastoral nuances in "Echoes" and just ripping into "Tubular Bells" to reveal its minimalist roots. These two tracks alone make Echoes worth it.

California Guitar Trio - A Christmas Album (2002) [Repost]  

Posted by Speedyclick at Dec. 6, 2013
California Guitar Trio - A Christmas Album (2002) [Repost]

California Guitar Trio - A Christmas Album (2002)
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Label: Inside Out | 5% recovery record | Instrumental, xmas, jazz, guitar

California Guitar Trio, a band of three guitar virtuosi founded in 1991, offer a xmas gem. Hideyo Moriya, Paul Richards and Bert Lams play with their acoustic guitars xmas classics such as "Greensleeves", "Carol of the Bells", "Jingle Bells" and "Silent Night" and give the listener a warm and sweet fuzzy feeling. Enjoy a very special instrumental xmas album, ideal to be played while setting up the Christmas tree, decorating the house, and celebrating Christmas with your beloved persons.
California Guitar Trio - Albums Collection 1994-2010 [6CD] [Combined Re-Up]

California Guitar Trio - Albums Collection 1994-2010 [6CD] [Combined Re-Up]
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Genre: Instrumental Rock, New Acoustic, Progressive Rock, Modern Blues, Crossover Prog | Time: 04:29:55

With a whirlwind of instrumental styles fusing classical, rock, blues, jazz, world music, progressive, as well as the quintessential California musical genre surf music, the California Guitar Trio's stunning virtuosity and sly sense of humor have earned them an enthusiastic following and wide notoriety, with significant crossover in the progressive, acoustic and classical music scenes.
Bert Lams (California Guitar Trio) - Nascent: Bach Preludes on the Steel String Guitar (2005)

Bert Lams - Nascent: Bach Preludes on the Steel String Guitar
EAC+LOG+CUE | WV: 236 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Inner Knot # INK0580 | Country/Year: US 2005
Genre: Classical, Folk | Style: Baroque, New Acoustic

…The first thing that struck me was how comfortable Lams appeared to be with the material. One gets the impression that he has lived with this music for many years, absorbing it deeply into his unconscious so that it reemerges in his playing with minimal intellectual intervention. Of course, this all-important spiritual dimension must be combined with exceptional technical ability and seasoned performance skills to create lovely music and I'm happy to report that's the case. A novel take on Bach's timeless reperto ire.