TRB​.​016 "LAGERO"

by Burgundy Grapes

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about

"Lagero" (EP) comes as the follow-up to the well-received self-titled debut album released by indie-folk-instrumental act Burgundy Grapes early in 2005 on Outlandish Recordings. Recorded at the band's home studio over a few focused sessions, "Lagero" documents core duo George Kolyvas and Alexandros Miaoulis with accordionist Yiorgos Tsiatsoulis, a regular collaborator, working mostly live, applying predominantly acoustic sounds, and arranging the material in a sparser-than-usual fashion. The music is fresh while it feels like it has existed since ages... A musical offering which splendidly blends the duo's approach to Road-Movie slide guitar music, americana, portuguese fado, country-folk music and Ionian-islands balladry. One might tell that touches of the early Penguin Cafe Orchestra, the guitar driven lullabies of Matt Elliott, the nostalgic film music of Yann Tiersen, the instrumental music of Calexico, the lyricism of Michael Gira, Agustín Barrios' folkloric music and Manos Hadjidakis' ballads are evident in "Lagero".

total duration 17:35

credits

released February 27, 2009

instrumentation
George Kolyvas: classical guitar (2, 3, 4), slide guitar (2), electric guitar (3), rhythm guitar (5)
Alexandros Miaoulis: electric guitar (2), finger click (2), tambourine (2), classical guitar (3, 4, 5), guitar harmonics (3), percussion (3), harmonica (3), slide guitar (5)
Yiorgos Tsiatsoulis: accordion (1, 4, 5)

recording, mixing
Burgundy Grapes, home studio, December 2007 - March 2008

production, mastering
Themistoklis Pantelopoulos & Burgundy Grapes, November 2008 - February 2009

graphic
Alexandros Miaoulis, 2008
based on old photos found in a family coffer

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