lovely stuff–maybe my favorite Frey album, also a great place to start with his music.
I’d been listening to Asleep, Street, Pipes, Tones all summer - pretty much daily. Maybe six months later, I found myself taking an electro-acoustic composition class at the U of Utah. Devin Maxwell was also in my class and we got to talking. He recommended that I listen to some of Michael Pisaro’s music, and I said that I had been for the last year or so. Then he told me he had recorded that album, and I flipped my wig. Eventually I met his wife Katie, who played Clarinet on the album, and she told me that the live versions (they had performed it several times) were tremendous.
Some of those Gravity Wave releases are really fantastic. July Mountain stands as one of my favorite recordings.