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Country Fresh: A Ghost Guitar Soundtrack

by Bob Keelaghan

Solo country finger picking meets stoner metal meets avant garde meets jazz noir meets spaghetti western. Enchante.
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. D.D. Drone
2:18 $0.49
2. Headless Chicken Pickin'
1:57 $0.49
3. Ghosts (The Sirens)
0:33 $0.49
4. Flamenco Larry
2:44 $0.49
5. Ghosts (The Manitou)
0:18 $0.49
6. Omie Wise
2:19 $0.49
7. Flamenco Larry's Country Road Climax
1:17 $0.49
8. Zombilly Credits
3:03 $0.49
9. Ghosts (The Holy Ghost)
0:16 $0.49
10. Bag Suite
3:13 $0.49
11. Theme from Bag
1:54 $0.49
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Album Notes
A compilation of solo guitar pieces written for two independent short films, Country Fresh: A Ghost Guitar Soundtrack is one part Doc Watson, one part stoner metal, one part spaghetti western, one part avant grade, one part jazz noir, and one part Dead Man. Guitarist Bob Keelaghan (Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir, Muerte Pan Alley, Agnostic-Phibes) was asked by filmmaker Terry Irwin to score his short Country Fresh, a horror comedy made on a shoestring budget. Based on Irwin's ideas, Keelaghan picked up his electric guitar and fused his country-blues finger picking from AMGC with harsher and heavier sounds to suit the film's gloominess. Two tracks, "Bag Weird Suite" and "Theme From Bag" were taken from music written for a short film by AMGC drummer Jason Woolley. The EP can be regarded as a collection of solo guitar pieces and multi-guitar arrangements or as a meditative suite fusing dark, cinematic, musical genres.



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