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Mindwash
  • Artist: Hugh Burns
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479101885
  • Item #: SRD910188
  • Genre: Easy Listening
  • Release Date: 3/29/2005
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  • Rank: 1000000000
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Mindwash on CD

Note by Andrew Brel: After completing the first album with Hugh, 'Dedication' in 1996, I remained totally impressed by Hugh's extraordinary skill with the nylon strung guitar. (As widely heard on the George Michael 'careless whisper' song) The idea for this album was to produce a recording based on ideas improvised on the acoustic guitar. A Mindwash between the courses of other musical styles, and what I consider a valuable alternative to the manufactured dross that forms the chart best sellers. Over a one year period Hugh and I would meet over a cappuccino at the Cafe Rouge in Esher, where we would brainstorm an idea before driving down to the studio in Ripley. Once there - with a variety of Hugh's excellent guitars, and with a selection of top quality microphones, we would record hours of improvised parts. Out of the nine or so hours of material recorded, I edited the best hour in a working context, and this became the album. The engineer for most of the sessions was Robin Black. The designer was Stuart Catterson. Highlights of this period for me are hard to specify as working with Hugh is always a pleasure, and being around the sound of such beautiful instruments is never a bad thing. There was a special thrill in hearing Hugh interpret a guitar piece I had written, which appears on the album as 'Hearts'.