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Here’s an excerpt of the performance by Lea Bertucci and William Rees at Spring Street Gallery in Saratoga Springs, NY 7/6/13.

The video captures not only the sound and visual of the musicians themselves but also an interesting look at a couple pieces from the photography exhibit “Faces of Nepal” by Emma Dodge Hanson

Also a piece of Lea’s solo clarinet performance before the two of them played

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photo by Asa Morris

previously I posted some live videos of William Rees performing at Spring Street Gallery in Saratoga and mentioned one of his other projects, Curling Hands – a psyche/noise, one man, one electric guitar, many pedals, type of heavy, loud, doom, wall of sound with occasional hard to make out shrieks and screams. Much different from his instrumental, finger picking, acoustic guitar, soar around the country feeling music. He also does stuff with a viola but that’s for another time I suppose…

So here are two clips from his roughly 20 minute performance at Groundzero at RPI in Troy, NY 2/19/13

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Listen to the whole things via Lofi Kabuki Reocrds bootleg releases: Curling Hands live at GroundZero

Curling Hands Facebook

Curling Hands soundcloud

William Rees performs at Spring Street Gallery in Saratoga Springs, NY opening for the great Glenn Jones 2/9/13.

Much of his Rees’s music is greatly influenced, and derives from, living and studying in India (away from his home in upstate, NY).
Vaguely speaking I would consider his music mostly instrumental, acoustic, fingerpicking which reminds me of different places and feelings of nature, peace, freedom, traveling, soaring, and exploring.

Posted are 4 songs (the majority of the set) that i was able to capture in their entirety.

“Flooding the Valley”

“The Mazar of Faiyaz Khan”

“On The Sunny Side of the Ocean”

“The Crane: Its Flight and Return”

Free Download: William Rees – Transcendental Nights

Liam also does more experimental music with electric guitar and pedals under the name Curling Hands which is more heavy, doom-like, psyche noise.

To hear more check out the Curling Hands soundcloud

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