Peregrine Falls
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Film in Music
Tell Tale
 
Fond of Tigers
Uninhabit
 
JOYFULTALK
MUUIXX
 
Copilots
Sunstroke
 
Tony Wilson 6Tet
A Day's Life
 
Subtle Lip Can
Reflective Drime
 
The Peggy Lee Band
Invitation
 
Ratchet Orchestra
Hemlock
 
Dixie's Death Pool
The Man With Flowering Hands
 
Aeroplane Trio
Naranja Ha
 
Subtle Lip Can
Subtle Lip Can
 
Gord Grdina Trio w/ Mats Gustafsson
Barrel Fire
 
Fond of Tigers
Continent & Western
 
NoMoreShapes
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Inhabitants
A Vacant Lot
 
Tommy Babin's Benzene
Your Body Is Your Prison
 
bradley
MountainTigerWolf
 
The Tony Wilson Sextet
The People Look Like Flowers At Last
 
Viviane Houle
Treize
 
Copilots
Escape Through The Trees
 
DarkBlueWorld
The Perilous Beauty of Madness
 
Jim McAuley
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The Peggy Lee Band
New Code
 
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Way Out Northwest
 
Fond Of Tigers
Release the Saviours
 
Inhabitants
The Furniture Moves Underneath
 
Tony Wilson 6tet
Pearls Before Swine
 
Wilson/Lee/Bentley
Escondido Dreams
 
ZMF Trio
Circle The Path
 
Francois Houle
Aerials
 
Jesse Zubot
Dementia
 
Fond Of Tigers
A Thing To Live With
 
DarkBlueWorld
Dark Blue World
 
Carsick
Carsick
 
Tony Wilson
Horse's Dream
 
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Split CD
 
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Tony Wilson - Horse's Dream


Tony Wilson
Horse's Dream

1. Rags or Riches 1:39 (mp3 excerpt)
2. Meditation #1 3:24 (mp3 excerpt)
3. A Bit More/Retracing 8:00 (mp3 excerpt)
4. Venus/Offering 3:43
5. Meditation #2 3:09 (mp3 excerpt)
6. Arpeggio/Lonesome Valley 3:16
7. I'm Hungry 2:13
8. Meditation #3 4:3
9. Froggy Goes To Courtnay 1:18
10. Meditation #4 2:25
11. Max & Cosmo 4:01 (mp3 excerpt)
12. Hornbilly 2:38
13. Collage 1:43
14. Danny Boy 2:05

Listen to Tony Wilson at:
Drip Audio

Vancouver's Coastal Jazz and Blues hails him as "unquestionably one of the most original guitar stylists on the Canadian scene". Down Beat Magazine entitles him as "...a talismanic West Coast figure." On 'Horse's Dream', his first solo-based guitar recording, Tony Wilson taps into the history of jazz and blues with his compositions. They shift from Leadbelly’s moaning style to Metheny-like combustion. The other side of the album includes incomparable improvisation's that seem to be heading for an unknown target in an unknown land, a la John Fahey or Marc Ribot. Although Horse's Dream is solo-guitar based, it includes appearances by the odd fiddle, fireplace, spoon and kora. This unique album was recorded in a cabin at the Shire on Hornby Island.

Tony Wilson has studied with many acclaimed jazz musicians including Oliver Gannon, Dave Holland, John Abercrombie, Kevin Eubanks and Steve Coleman. Tony won a West Coast Music Award with his band Video Barbeque and released the critically acclaimed ‘Lowest Note’ in 2001, which went on to become a pick of the year in the Globe and Mail. Tony’s current sextet, which includes 5 young Vancouver improvisor’s, is turning heads after recent successful appearances at this year’s Guelph and Vancouver Jazz Festivals. Tony’s compositions have been played by artists as diverse as the NOW Orchestra, The Hard Rubber Orchestra, Myra Melford, Kokoro Dance, Marilyn Crispell, François Houle and Zubot & Dawson. Tony has shared the stage with well know international artists such as Vinny Golia, William Parker, Wilbert de Joode, Gerry Hemingway, Han Bennink, Marilyn Lerner, Toby Delius, Benoit Delbecq & Eric Boeren in the US and Europe.


Press:

"Great outside jazz guitar with an amazing rendition of Coltrane’s “Venus/Offering.” - Montreal Mirror

“Horse's Dream is the equivalent of a good graphic novel: vivid, absurdist, sharply and economically delineated, and at heart, profoundly melancholy.” - Exclaim!

“...an impressive, far reaching album.” - Edmonton Journal

“...a unique and provocative album - you’ve definitely never heard anything like it.” - The Gazette (UWO)

“...compositions that range from space-age psychedelia to rustic repose.” - The Vancouver Courier


Album Review: Musicworks & Coda Magazine

Album Review : textura.org

Interview/Album Review: Exclaim!


Links:

myspace/tonywilson


 

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