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Markus Reuter is the master of the ambient touch guitar. This instrument, in the hands of this virtuoso, produces a very distinct sound. When Markus adds manipulations and treatments, the sound goes over the top, into uncharted zones.
He recorded the tracks for The Longest in Terms of Being from July, 1999 through October, 1999 with one track from March, 2000. This set is a progression and a roller coaster of emotions. Markus has chosen to take listeners on a whirlwind tour of their own psyches. It promises to be an intense journey and to run the gamut of the dark side of the self. There are brief respites of contemplative melancholia but the overwhelming moods are dark, somber and ominous. At times, the disc even threatens to go sinister. This CD, released in 2001, is an excellent companion to Markus' collaborations, group projects and other solo efforts.
- Jim Brenholts
released July 1, 2001
Written and performed in real-time by Markus Reuter
Composed By, Performer, Guitar – Markus Reuter
Cover – Michael Kuhne
Edited By [Digital Editing And Assembly] – Philipp Quaet-Faslem
Producer – Markus Reuter, Philipp Quaet-Faslem
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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... 👍
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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