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Paradise of Bachelors is pleased to present Chris Forsyth's Solar Motel, an immersive four-part suite that reimagines and reanimates the collected history of guitar-driven rock, lighting out for fresh territory in the process. The arrestingly evocative album navigates new vibe channels among the classic guitar/groove thickets of Television, the Dead, Sonic Youth, the Doors, Eno/Cale combos, et al., featuring important contributions from a crack studio band (Mike Pride on drums, Peter Kerlin on bass, and Shawn Edward Hansen on keys/synths) and co-producer Jeff Zeigler (Kurt Vile, etc.) Solar Motel named for a derelict and now vanished New Jersey lodge completes Forsyth's alchemical transformation from a guitarist renowned for his nuanced playing in varied experimental and post-American Primitive circles into a full-fledged deconstructivist rock and roll bandleader producing unabashedly ambitious, ecstatic body music.
Top Customer Reviews
He is obviously a skilled player and this is a fantastic diversion for any electric six stringed fans.
This is an instrumental album, featuring top quality guitar playing, beautifully arranged within a band setting. The sound is certainly reminiscent of Television (apparently Chris Forsyth studied with Richard Lloyd) but the music takes its own unique path. The tracks sound like live jam sessions but have a structure that runs through and they become songs in their own right. Despite the shortest track being over 7 minutes long, they all seem perfectly formed and structured.
If you like intelligent rock music with energy and a few twists then give this a go.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Delighted to have this in my music collection, slots nicely in with the heavyweights. Should be proud of this Chris!Published 20 months ago by Allan Condon
Yes, the Television comparisons were inevitable after Forsyth studied with Richard Lloyd, but are not completely accurate: this is not the "Marquee Moon Part 2" that some... Read morePublished on 20 April 2014 by Basket Press