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Aerial Boundaries

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aerial Boundaries is the second album by guitarist Michael Hedges released on the Windham Hill label in 1984. It was nominated for a Grammy Award as Best Engineered Recording.

Reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic5/5 stars [1]
Encyclopedia of Popular Music5/5 stars[2]

Music critic Daniel Gioffre, writing for Allmusic, wrote of the album "There are moments on Aerial Boundaries where it seems literally impossible that so much music is coming from one man and his guitar... The songs on Aerial Boundaries are all beautiful and haunting in their own right; and it is this emphasis on composition over technique that makes this such an important recording... Aerial Boundaries is simply one of the finest acoustic guitar albums ever made, and deserves a place in the library of all serious music fans."[1]

Track listing

All compositions by Michael Hedges except "After the Gold Rush" by Neil Young.

No.TitleLength
1."Aerial Boundaries"4:45
2."Bensusan"2:30
3."Rickover's Dream"5:00
4."Ragamuffin"3:15
5."After the Gold Rush" (Neil Young)4:10
6."Hot Type"1:31
7."Spare Change"5:45
8."Ménage à Trois"7:10
9."The Magic Farmer"3:50
  • Tracks 1-4 & 6 recorded in the Living Room at the Windham Hill Inn, West Townshend, VT.
  • Track 5 recorded at Sheffield Studio, Baltimore, MD.
  • Track 7 realized at the Peabody Electronic Music Studio, Baltimore, MD.
  • Track 8 recorded at Mobius Music, San Francisco, CA.
  • Track 9 recorded at Different Fur Studio, San Francisco, CA.

Personnel

Production notes

References

  1. ^ a b Gioffre, Daniel. "Aerial Boundaries > Review". Allmusic. Retrieved January 14, 2017.
  2. ^ Larkin, Colin (2007). Encyclopedia of Popular Music (4th ed.). Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0195313734.
This page was last edited on 29 September 2020, at 08:25
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