total running time: 40:20
about this record
Each winter for several years, I’ve wanted to make a record of guitar improvisations and experiments. There’s something about the winter that makes me embrace the quiet, introspective guitar music I often perform live in concert. Thus, this record was born.
Recorded at my parents’ house on Monday, January 2, 2006.
“6 strings for a winter’s day” is a limited-edition record featuring a hand-stamped vellum overlay, printed cardstock cover, and hand-stamped CD-R.
You can see a set of photos from the recording process on the chromedecay Flickr site:
where to buy
You can buy “6 strings for a winter’s day” direct from chromedecay. If you’re in the US, you can place an order by sending $9 via PayPal (paypal to bvl[email protected]). This includes shipping anywhere in the US.
If you’re outside the US, you can still use PayPal (in fact, it’s preferred for international orders), but please contact bill van loo for a total including shipping. chromedecay will also accept payment via check or money order:
bill van loo
602 east forest avenue
ypsilanti, MI 48198
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