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Ruth Ruth Goller's 'Skylla' shines a long-awaited light on one of the most important musicians to have driven and revolutionised the UK jazz and improv scenes over the last 16 years. Hailed by the Guardian for her 'thunderous bass-guitar hooks', Goller helped lay the foundation for the UK's jazz renaissance whilst playing in many of it's most influential and popular bands, from her years on stage with Acoustic Ladyland and Melt Yourself Down, to more recently Let Spin and Vula Viel, The bassist, vocalist, composer, environmentalist and now solo artist, draws inspiration from deep within to create a stunningly original and beautiful piece of work.
Ruth Ruth Goller's 'Skylla' shines a long-awaited light on one of the most important musicians to have driven and revolutionised the UK jazz and improv scenes over the last 16 years. Hailed by the Guardian for her 'thunderous bass-guitar hooks', Goller helped lay the foundation for the UK's jazz renaissance whilst playing in many of it's most influential and popular bands, from her years on stage with Acoustic Ladyland and Melt Yourself Down, to more recently Let Spin and Vula Viel, The bassist, vocalist, composer, environmentalist and now solo artist, draws inspiration from deep within to create a stunningly original and beautiful piece of work.
5051565221428

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 09/03/2021
UPC: 5051565221428

Skylla (Uk)
Artist: Ruth Goller
Format: CD
New: Not currently available
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DISC: 1

1. Often They Came to Visit, Even Just to See How She Was (M1)
2. In More Turbulent Times, She Managed to Take the Perfect Shot (M4)
3. What's Really Important She Wanted to Know - Part 1 (M6)
4. What's Really Important She Wanted to Know - Part 2 (M7)
5. What's Up Is Not What's Real Most of the Time (M5)
6. When They Came Closer She Realised They Were Alien Creatures (M3)
7. The Shine of Gold Was Too Strong (M8)
8. When She Curled Up They Started Dancing (M2)
9. He Was Painting Her Face with Colours She Had Never Seen (M9) I Is One (M10)

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Ruth Ruth Goller's 'Skylla' shines a long-awaited light on one of the most important musicians to have driven and revolutionised the UK jazz and improv scenes over the last 16 years. Hailed by the Guardian for her 'thunderous bass-guitar hooks', Goller helped lay the foundation for the UK's jazz renaissance whilst playing in many of it's most influential and popular bands, from her years on stage with Acoustic Ladyland and Melt Yourself Down, to more recently Let Spin and Vula Viel, The bassist, vocalist, composer, environmentalist and now solo artist, draws inspiration from deep within to create a stunningly original and beautiful piece of work.

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