Gerald Trimble “Crosscurrents”

Gerald Trimble “Crosscurrents”

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Gerald Trimble with John Cunningham & Brian Torff
Green Linnet Records (US) 1986
SIF 1065 (LP)
sleeve : EX-(SRW,SOC,Slight corner wear)
media : EX/EX(a slight dust noise)

This is the third album released in 1986 by Gerald Trimble, a viola player from Kansas City, USA, who has a wide range of background from jazz/rock to ambient folk music. The album was released in 1986 and features collaborations with Scottish violinist John Cunningham and American bassist Brian Torff. From baroque to country music, synthesizers and pianos add color to the folkloric music, which is mainly based on a warm acoustic sound using mandolin and guitar, with a focus on the cittern, a string instrument with a water-drop shaped resonant body that is said to have evolved from the fiddle. The music is mainly folkloric with warm acoustic sounds using mandolin and guitar, and synthesizers and piano add color. A4, which is full of new age taste, and B2, which is comfortable with the light tone of the cittern, are impressive for their outstanding performance, which is similar to Michael Hedges. (Chee)

A4: Blessed Be (The Lady’s Token)
B2: Liz Carroll’s/Breakdown

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