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One Thousand Years

Trey Gunn

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Trey Gunn gained prominence while utilizing the "stick" (electric tapped string instrument) as a means to provide the basslines amid various EFX with the '90s resurgence of progressive rock superheroes King Crimson. On his first solo effort released in 1993, Gunn, along with fellow King Crimson drummer Pat Mastelotto and drummer/percussionist Bob Muller, melds East Indian modalities with ambient dreamscapes and more. Following suit with his work with King Crimson, Gunn handles the bass patterns yet also delves into wily and somewhat steely edged lead soloing while perpetuating melodious interludes, featuring extended notes and airy voicings. Furthermore, two vocalists simply identified as XAN and Serpentine supply diva-style chants, whispery musings, and wordless vocalise. Needless to say, Gunn's modus operandi elicits mystical notions atop firm backbeats, sonorous themes, and bustling ostinato-style motifs. Essentially, this outing demonstrates his signature style methodologies and blossoming talents as a composer and soloist.

Biography

Born: 13 December 1960 in San Antonio, TX

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Best known for his virtuosic mastery of the Chapman Stick (an odd-sounding, guitar-like electric instrument), multi-instrumentalist Trey Gunn first came to prominence in the early '90s on recordings with King Crimson mastermind Robert Fripp's League of Crafty Guitarists. In addition to leading his own Trey Gunn Band, Gunn joined King Crimson for their 1995 reunion, still gigging frequently with them into the new millennium. Gunn's solo output has largely been recorded for the Crimson-affiliated Discipline...
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