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Rick Deitrick // Coyote Canyon LP

Rick Deitrick // Coyote Canyon LP

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Guitarist Rick Deitrick from California, USA,In August 2021Douju ​​Folk LabelThis is a record released by Tompkins Square.

This is a collection of unreleased recordings he produced from 1972-1975..

Using a single open-tuned acoustic guitar, this album features eight songs depicting American landscapes such as the deserts of Arizona, the rivers of California, and the forests where coyotes live.

 

Tompkins Square Other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Tompkins Square releases available at Tobira. 

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12 "black vinyl. 

Tracklist:

  1. Little Tujunga 08:16
  2. Emma 02:52
  3. Tumbleweedin' 05:17
  4. Roy's Rain 01:21
  5. For Marsha 06:19
  6. Movin' On 01:52
  7. Going Home 03:46
  8. Three Sisters 09:45

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Artist statement by Rick Deitrick:

Coyote Canyon is a wilderness area behind my daughter's house where coyotes gather and howl before taking off for their nightly foraging. Little Tujunga (pronounced "Tuhunga") is a river running through the Angeles Forest near a house I lived in five decades ago. The rest was improvised in studio. Emma was my close and sweet companion during this period, a lifelong deep friend. I composed her song one evening at the kitchen table of our place while she was cooking. Tumbleweedin'described a desert tumbleweed storm. I menaced every inch of the Yamaha, recreating the effect of these windblown monsters screeching along boulders, smacking into cactus and anything else in their way at often impossible speeds, following the whims of the heavy winds . This song was completely improvised at the moment in studio and forgottenRoy's Rain is a tribute to my great good friend and musician killed in a car accident in 1973. I found For Marsha Version2 on a well-worn studio tape. It's a variant of the same composition on the Gentle Wilderness album. I like this Loose and flowy version. Movin'On has one thing on its mind --getting away fast and now. Going Home is my improvised take on an American root song. The above seven were recorded between 1972-1975. Three Sisters was recorded on a 20-minute studio break in 1999 describing three barren red hills somewhere in the Arizona desert, a cherished location. 

Artist: Rick Deitrick

Label: Label: Tompkins square

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Guitarist Rick Deitrick from California, USA,In August 2021Douju ​​Folk LabelThis is a record released by Tompkins Square.

This is a collection of unreleased recordings he produced from 1972-1975..

Using a single open-tuned acoustic guitar, this album features eight songs depicting American landscapes such as the deserts of Arizona, the rivers of California, and the forests where coyotes live.

 

Tompkins Square Other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Tompkins Square releases available at Tobira. 

----------------------

12 "black vinyl. 

Tracklist:

  1. Little Tujunga 08:16
  2. Emma 02:52
  3. Tumbleweedin' 05:17
  4. Roy's Rain 01:21
  5. For Marsha 06:19
  6. Movin' On 01:52
  7. Going Home 03:46
  8. Three Sisters 09:45

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Artist statement by Rick Deitrick:

Coyote Canyon is a wilderness area behind my daughter's house where coyotes gather and howl before taking off for their nightly foraging. Little Tujunga (pronounced "Tuhunga") is a river running through the Angeles Forest near a house I lived in five decades ago. The rest was improvised in studio. Emma was my close and sweet companion during this period, a lifelong deep friend. I composed her song one evening at the kitchen table of our place while she was cooking. Tumbleweedin'described a desert tumbleweed storm. I menaced every inch of the Yamaha, recreating the effect of these windblown monsters screeching along boulders, smacking into cactus and anything else in their way at often impossible speeds, following the whims of the heavy winds . This song was completely improvised at the moment in studio and forgottenRoy's Rain is a tribute to my great good friend and musician killed in a car accident in 1973. I found For Marsha Version2 on a well-worn studio tape. It's a variant of the same composition on the Gentle Wilderness album. I like this Loose and flowy version. Movin'On has one thing on its mind --getting away fast and now. Going Home is my improvised take on an American root song. The above seven were recorded between 1972-1975. Three Sisters was recorded on a 20-minute studio break in 1999 describing three barren red hills somewhere in the Arizona desert, a cherished location. 

Artist: Rick Deitrick

Label: Label: Tompkins square