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Loren Connors - 14.05.11 album

Loren Connors - 14.05.11 album
  • Performer Loren Connors
  • Title 14.05.11
  • Date of release 2016
  • Style Experimental, Abstract
  • Other formats RA VQF DTS AIFF DMF MP4 MOD
  • Genre Blues
  • Size MP3 1498 mb
  • Size FLAC 1165 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 980

American experimental musician, born 2 October 1949 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA.

Loren MazzaCane Connors (born October 22, 1949, New Haven, Connecticut) is an American experimental musician who has recorded and performed under several different names: Guitar Roberts, Loren Mazzacane, Loren Mattei, and currently Loren Connors.

Loren Connors is an innovative guitarist who performs avant blues. Loren Connors 3-2018 at Poetics of Space, Blender Workspace - video by Anthony Morenzi, event and exhibit curated by Helen Honan Wu. 62. 1. See all. Posts. Kurt Gottschalk is with Monika Weiss. 13 June at 14:42 ·. sunday evening, a beautiful performance by Loren Connors at a private party in brooklyn. Loren Connors updated their cover photo. 7 June at 03:05 ·.

Loren Connors has improvised and composed original guitar music for over four decades. His music - which embraces the aesthetics of blues, Irish airs, blues-based rock and other genres while letting go of rigid forms - has been recorded on Family Vineyard, Northern Spy, Drag City, Table of the Elements, Recital, Road Cone and other labels.

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01 14.05.11 29:55
02 14.05.11 Encore 3:59


  • Electric Guitar – Loren Connors*
  • Mastered By – James Dunn
  • Photography By – Andy Newcombe
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – John Chantler


In 2011 we were lucky enough to welcome Loren Connors to OTO for a sold out show. With the room suitably hushed, Connors' elongated washes build and then evaporate - leaving behind fragile notes which sit and linger in soltude. Dreamy and ethereal, abstract and atmospheric, it's like reading Virginia Woolf's 'To the Lighthouse' and waiting for the sun to come up. One to shut your eyes to.

"These were Connors 'Airs', played with a softness that meant they floated in the breeze, merging into the night. It was so fragile, barely even there in fact: the notes only just made it above the level of the amp hiss. Like a selection of old photographs, you had to study hard to pick out the detail of those memories being lost amongst paper grain and colour fade. These ghosts of songs felt as much about the passing of time, about loss and heartbreak, as Langille’s vocal set did earlier." - Scott McMillan