Trey Gunn’s Music For Pictures is a 29-track, kaleidoscopic work that displays an astonishing range of colors and moods. From the dream-like and sometimes impressionistic, to the clanging pulse of King Crimson, this album showcases an artist who probably has recorded more good music on his home tapes in the last year than most will release in a lifetime. As the title suggests, but doesn’t guarantee, Gunn’s compositions have a picturesque quality. The images change with each tune, always retaining interest and often surprising. They call it music. Very cool.
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