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Corey Christiansen: Factory Girl (Origin)

No need to search long and hard here for a telling stylistic connection. When guitarist Corey Christiansen punctuates Factory Girl with a thoroughly modern and haunting arrangement of the folk song “Shenandoah,” fans of Bill Frisell’s intriguing brand of Americana will likely find themselves reaching for the “repeat” button. Frisell has long favored “Shenandoah” in … Read More “Corey Christiansen: Factory Girl (Origin)”

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Corey Christiansen: Lone Prairie

Much like the soundscapes jazz guitarists Bill Frisell and Pat Metheny have recorded, Lone Prairie has its pastoral charms. But in revealing the breadth of his musical education, or at least a significant measure of it, Corey Christiansen draws from a variety of influences-folk, country, rock, blues, funk, jazz-with as much ingenuity as finesse. That’s … Read More “Corey Christiansen: Lone Prairie”

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