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Acoustic suggestions

Discussion in 'Katatonia' started by Ace, Aug 7, 2010.

  1. Ace

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    I am starting my own acoustic project and was looking for some other bands to start listening too. I like stuff Like Jeff Buckley, Red House Painters, Counting Crows etc.(Yes I know not all their songs are acoustic) But I was looking for song new bands and was wondering is anyone had some suggestions.
     
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  3. Cerulean

    Cerulean Not very cerulean eh

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    Heliotropic_Rose in the soil beneath

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  5. Ace

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    You sir are funny
     
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    ^ke$ha, awesome, i cant get that shit outta my head either


    this whole album is amazing! i'm always surprised when something great comes out of canada :lol:





     
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    Lyre's Harmony Lunatic Soul

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    Lunatic Soul if you haven't already. Solo project of Riverside vocalist/bassist/mastermind Mariusz Duda
     
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    of the wand and the moon, opeth , HIM(screamworks the acoustic bonus cd, it's grat believe me )
     
  9. Ace

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    thanks I am really likin the lunatic soul. ANd yes Ke$ha is awesome I know.
     
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    lifeless_life TP for my bunghole !!!

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    I'd check out Tenhi or Empyrium...
     
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    ^yeah ill second that


    micheal hedges is really well regarded as well




    OH, and JESSE COOKE, i saw him play live a few years back and that man is a god with an acoustic guitar
     
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    Yea...I saw Michael Hedges around 1990...great show!

    mogwai
    The Notwist
    Sun kil moon
    Damien Jurado
    Gary Jules

    I like alot of this type of stuff...I go through phases with it.
    I wouldnt say all this is the "acoustic" type of stuff your looking for or that its even acoustic to begin with...but I dig it.
    Jules and Jurado are story tellers of sorts. I dig that.
     
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    Promise And The Monster is great.
     
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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nabO_UXb6MM&feature=related[/ame]

     
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    Only one album, but I wanted to suggest The Acoustic Verses by Green Carnation. One of the most beautiful albums I've ever heard, incredibly atmospheric.

    I think it'll work as representation, my favourite from the album...
     
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    Lyre's Harmony Lunatic Soul

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    Another kind of obvious one is Anathema's Hindsight album. many people call it an acoustic album, i dont, but many do and it good

    even though my favorite Anathema acoustic peice by far isn't on it.


    and bluesky, you just lost respect points from me for posting Bright Eyes :puke::puke::puke:
     
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    Jesse cook is amazing

    another suggestion is Eddie Vedder - Into the Wild soundtrack
    and Rodrigo y Gabriela
     
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    ^ Anathema - Hindsight is a good album. A soothing and relaxing listen.
     
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    I was going to say Lunatic Soul, but I see that was already mentioned.

    Maybe Barzin? Pinback? Pinback's Summer in Abaddon album is great. Maybe not true unamped acoustic, but it's certainly not distorted in any way.
     

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