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Steve Kimock "Last Danger of Frost"


A master of improvisation for over four decades, Steve Kimock has been inspiring music fans with his transcendent guitar speak, voiced through electric, acoustic, lap and pedal steel guitars. While one can say that his genre is rock, no one niche has ever confined him. Instead, through the years, he’s explored various sounds and styles based on what’s moved him at the time, whether it’s blues or jazz; funk or folk; psychedelic or boogie; gypsy or prog-rock; traditional American or world fusion.

Last Danger of Frost is a remarkable coming-together of intimacy and innovation. Steve Kimock has played what is generally thought of as “psychedelic” rock ‘n’ roll guitar for many moons, but this is a fascinating new development in his ouevre. This music is largely acoustic, with touches of electronica and ambient sound; it’s contemplative, elegant, and beautiful. Totally solo, it builds on the primal elements of his first experiences with a guitar. Even before he could tune or play it, long before he could create music, he found that he could amuse himself and incidentally create sounds by sliding the bridge around. Frost brings together high technology and sound manipulation, what he describes as “the appropriately mournful modal counterclockwise trip into the subdominant,” bird calls created by feedback, and the simplest patterns. This is a deep journey into the mind of a gifted master seeking to create music, as he says, from sources like “family, nature, travel, quiet study and contemplation and imagination.” You can actually hear the creative mind at work here.

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