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Markus Reuter soundscapes in company of local musicians, and fellow musician Pat Mastelotto, when Stick Men toured Latin American the last two years.
Favorite track: Mundo Nuevo, Part 1 (Opening, Cordoba, 3 June 2015).
A very generous gift from Markus...beautiful touch playing (as always) from the Stick Man...dark music,yes but never inaccessible...some fine guests too to add atmosphere and support. Like everything Markus Reuter touches,quality is added...
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Here's my yearly free album album gift for you, and it's featuring some wonderful friends. Please enjoy!
The deal is that you can pay something for it, if you like (the income will be shared with all contributing musicians), otherwise simply enter your email address to receive a download link.
But the bigger, and more important task is to promote this album. Please share it on all social media outlets available to you, write about it, talk about it, "like" it and each individual track, connect with the artists featured on this release (please read below for further explanation and credits), pass it on to your local radio station, review it, etc. etc.
I am planning to keep this up (as a free download) until the end of the year, so let's see what we can do until then.
BTW, I consider Mundo Nuevo to be the last release in the series that started with "Sultry Kissing Lounge" in 2014. Thank you for the ride!
p.s. Some of this music is very dark and heavy. It's a privilege that you are giving it ears.
"I'm very impressed with this new album from Markus Reuter. His soundscapes have begun to possess a monumental scale that enables the various guests to enter and add their own sounds and colours within their space. Sometimes the results are complementary and sometimes confrontational. Either way, there's some great music waiting for your ears. The album is free so please try it out and spread the word."
- Sid Smith, 13 October 2015
released October 12, 2015
Markus' parts recorded live in concert with Stick Men in Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay, May and early June 2015. Post-production and restoration by Erik Emil Eskildsen.
Overdubbed by my musician friends, who were present at at least one of the performances of my recordings: As a Stick Men member, Pat was at all shows. Fernando, Wayne, and Alex were in the audience at the show in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Lilian and Luciano were our opening act at the concert in Mendoza, Argentina.
Wayne Krantz: Electric guitar (Track 6)
Alex Anthony Faide: Electric guitar (Tracks 2, 5, and 8)
Fernando Kabusacki: Electric guitar (Tracks 4 and 9)
Lilian Giubetich: Cello (Tracks 3 and 10)
Luciano Pietrafesa: Electric guitar (Tracks 7 and 10)
Pat Mastelotto: Hotel/van/plane laptop drumming (Track 1)
Produced and mixed by Markus Reuter for Unsung Productions, September and October 2015
Mastered by Fabio Trentini
MADE WITH LOVE
Markus plays Touch Guitars® AU8 and Red Panda pedals.
Alex Anthony Faide's parts recorded at Turdessa Studio, Buenos Aires, Argentina, assisted by Amilcar Amarante.
Cover photography by Erik Kost
Special thanks to Tony Levin, Robert Frazza, Max Mazzella, Elliott Sharp, and the audiences that allowed me to play from the heart.
Toss a coin to your witcher!
This album by guitar wizard Markus Reuter has been on my wishlist since its release, but as I couldn't make up to buy this version or the surround one, it crept down the list...
After reading this https://www.gofundme.com/f/loss-of-earnings-january-july-2020 I was reminded to finally go for it!
BTW, this is MoonJune's 100th release, so your supporting that great label in hard times as well... 👍
Stay healthy, everyone! Carsten Pieper
This is a unique work of art, a different musical language than any preceeding string quartet. It has all the contemporary classical qualities that a demanding listener should expect, and it is also infused by what music brought us in the second half of the last century and the 21st century, that is rock'n'roll with all its fourth world rhythmic and melodic richness. JP Rossi