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Jan 10

Robin Galante & Eric Pedersen: The Fuzz Sessions

image On Saturday, January 17th, Robin and Eric debut their album at the Bazaar CafeThe Fuzz Sessions is a collection of all-acoustic folk songs, with tight, two-part harmonies and beautiful, sparse accompaniment that give color to the music while keeping focus on the songwriting.  Recorded live and minimally produced, this album perfectly captures the essence of their live show.  I really like this music and have had a few of the songs stuck in my head for weeks (i.e. Hangman).  Listen to a few tracks over at Robin’s Myspace page to see what I’m talking about.

Here’s a performance of Follow Me, which sounds like a lost Simon & Garfunkel song (if one of them was a girl I guess…):

If you’re in the Bay Area, come out to the record release party on Saturday and support local, live music (and wish Eric a happy birthday!).  I’ll see you there.


Robin Galante and Eric Pedersen Record Release Party
Saturday, January 17 at 6:30
7 PM
Bazaar Café

http://www.bazaarcafe.com/
5927 California Street, between 21st & 22nd Avenues
San Francisco, CA 94121

UPDATE 2-24-2009: I just found Fuzz Sessions on Rhapsody.  Here’s a few tracks:

Worth It
Hangman
Unrequited

  1. Wee! Thanks Brad!!!!

    Comment by Robin — January 10, 2009

  2. BTW – Eric always says I’m Garfunkel (the hair).

    Comment by Robin — January 12, 2009

  3. I’m with Eric, but because Art kind of sounds like a girl most of the time.

    Comment by brad — January 12, 2009