The new arrangement of Terlingua Meditations is up on my music page, the recording from the Sissy-Eared Mollycoddles' Ghost Towns concert a few weeks back. Many thanks to the awesome players for learning some crazy rhythms and really kicking it on that piece. The whole concert was a great success. A couple other recordings are also up on SEMC's site-- Eric Malmquist's stunning arrangement of The Wind that Shakes the Barley and a clip from Brian Baxter's huge, bold Lulu City. Imagine Charles Ives had he been born in the late 20th century and taken a trip out to the Rocky Mountains with the other members of his rock band.
I was going to post a picture of Lulu City, but I don't think I have one, so instead please enjoy this shot of Brian posing with his favorite Grand County historical figure, Thomas "Broken Hand" Fitzpatrick.
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