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Troy Donockley and Dave Bainbridge
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Review by Gary Hill
This CD from Donockley (best known for his work with Clannad) and Bainbridge (Iona) is an intriguing and unusual one for several reasons. First, all the material is improvised and recorded in one take with no overdubs.
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