Solo Guitar (Alan Sparhawk album)

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Solo Guitar
Studio album by Alan Sparhawk
Released July 25, 2006
Genre Ambient
Length 43:08
Label Silber
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Pitchfork Media 7/10 stars [1]

Solo Guitar is the 2006 album by Low frontman Alan Sparhawk. Always staying true to its name, the album features several musical vignettes, the sounds of which attempt to recreate the situations described in their titles, for instance, "How The Weather Comes Over The Central Hillside". The album is almost entirely made up of avant-garde and ambient soundscapes, rarely venturing into melodic music.

Track list[edit]

  1. "How the Weather Comes Over the Central Hillside"
  2. "Sagrado Corazón de Jesú (First Attempt)"
  3. "Sagrado Corazón de Jesú (Second Attempt)"
  4. "How a Freighter Comes into the Harbor"
  5. "How the Weather Hits the Freighter...."
  6. "In the Harbor"
  7. "How the Engine Room Sounds"
  8. "Eruption by Eddie Van Halen"
  9. "How It Ends"

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