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"The first full length LP by Joshua Massad and Dylan Aycock. Massad is a tabla player living in India and studying under Zakir Hussain. Massad and Aycock came together in Tulsa to record live at the legendary Church Studio which was founded by Leon Russell in the '70s. Over a few nights they captured some moments in the studio before it came under new ownership and just before Joshua moved to India. "Aycock improvising on 12-string with Massad accompanying tabla and sitar. A flowing river of sound, a meeting of the minds. The little touches that Dylan's brother Jesse Aycock adds (bits of synth) really sweeten the deal as well. Track two recorded in Leon Russell's legendary Church Studio." -Aquarium Drunkyard"Track one is an improvisation recorded at the home of Joshua Massad's friend who he was house sitting for and invited me to come play. When I showed up the door was open and he was deep in practice so no words were spoken. I set up a mic and just started playing. We played for forty-five minutes straight and the twenty mins of the first track was culled from that moment. We clicked immediately and that was the first time we ever played together. Joshua is studying and teaching in India now where he's been since 2019." -Dylan Golden Aycock
"The first full length LP by Joshua Massad and Dylan Aycock. Massad is a tabla player living in India and studying under Zakir Hussain. Massad and Aycock came together in Tulsa to record live at the legendary Church Studio which was founded by Leon Russell in the '70s. Over a few nights they captured some moments in the studio before it came under new ownership and just before Joshua moved to India. "Aycock improvising on 12-string with Massad accompanying tabla and sitar. A flowing river of sound, a meeting of the minds. The little touches that Dylan's brother Jesse Aycock adds (bits of synth) really sweeten the deal as well. Track two recorded in Leon Russell's legendary Church Studio." -Aquarium Drunkyard"Track one is an improvisation recorded at the home of Joshua Massad's friend who he was house sitting for and invited me to come play. When I showed up the door was open and he was deep in practice so no words were spoken. I set up a mic and just started playing. We played for forty-five minutes straight and the twenty mins of the first track was culled from that moment. We clicked immediately and that was the first time we ever played together. Joshua is studying and teaching in India now where he's been since 2019." -Dylan Golden Aycock
617513083194
Dylan Aycock  Golden & Massad,Joshua - Two Improvisations

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SCISSOR TAIL
Rel. Date: 04/05/2024
UPC: 617513083194

Two Improvisations
Artist: Dylan Aycock Golden & Massad,Joshua
Format: Vinyl
New: NOT IN STOCK IN OUR STORE, BUT AVAILABLE TO ORDER $23.98
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"The first full length LP by Joshua Massad and Dylan Aycock. Massad is a tabla player living in India and studying under Zakir Hussain. Massad and Aycock came together in Tulsa to record live at the legendary Church Studio which was founded by Leon Russell in the '70s. Over a few nights they captured some moments in the studio before it came under new ownership and just before Joshua moved to India. "Aycock improvising on 12-string with Massad accompanying tabla and sitar. A flowing river of sound, a meeting of the minds. The little touches that Dylan's brother Jesse Aycock adds (bits of synth) really sweeten the deal as well. Track two recorded in Leon Russell's legendary Church Studio." -Aquarium Drunkyard"Track one is an improvisation recorded at the home of Joshua Massad's friend who he was house sitting for and invited me to come play. When I showed up the door was open and he was deep in practice so no words were spoken. I set up a mic and just started playing. We played for forty-five minutes straight and the twenty mins of the first track was culled from that moment. We clicked immediately and that was the first time we ever played together. Joshua is studying and teaching in India now where he's been since 2019." -Dylan Golden Aycock
        
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