Ben Rogers' Instrumental Asylum | In Search of Lasseter's Riff

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In Search of Lasseter's Riff

by Ben Rogers' Instrumental Asylum

Latest release from this Australian surf/spy/guitar-noir power trio, paying homage to their influences (Link Wray, Ventures, Atlantics, Shadows, Duane Eddy, Jeff Beck), but with their own distinctive distorted twang and tough edge.
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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1. Heroes
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2. Take the 'A' Train
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3. Twenty Thirteen Summer
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4. Save the City
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5. Angel Eyes
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6. Alamania
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7. Bellywacker
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8. Waves of Apollo
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9. See, Mine Are Blue
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10. Trixie
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11. Dingo Scat
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12. In Search of Lasseter's Riff
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13. Frabjous Bolero
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Based in Melbourne, Australia, Ben Rogers’ Instrumental Asylum is a high-energy, surf-jazz trio dedicated to reverb drenched surf/gypsy/Tarantino guitar.
Their latest album - IN SEARCH OF LASSETER'S RIFF - has been reviewed in the June 2018 issue of Vintage Guitar Magazine.

It opens with a rocking cover of David Bowie's Heroes played on baritone guitar with bass, drums and percussion accompaniment. This is followed by a re-imagining of the jazz standard Take the 'A' Train. There are 9 original tunes, ranging from atmospheric tunes featuring both electric and acoustic guitars, to high-energy rock tracks.

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