Fox Hill Lane

by Guy Buttery

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    Winner of a prestigious South African Music Award (SAMA) for "Best Instrumental Album 2010", "Fox Hill Lane" is Guy Buttery's third release and features a wealth of South Africa's finest musicians and over 25 instruments.
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    "Buttery's avant-garde world music is exceptionally beautiful - from composition to technique to atmospherics - and his latest release, "Fox Hill Lane" is one of the most adventurous acoustic recordings in recent memory." - Guitar Player Magazine, 2010
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Produced by Guy Buttery

Engineer, mastered and co-produced by Howard Butcher at Peace of Eden Studio's - www.edenmultimedia.co.za
Mixed by Howard Butcher and Guy Buttery
Assistant engineering by Thomas Jacobsen
Photography, album artwork, layout and design by Greg Lomas - www.greglomas.com

All compositions by Guy Buttery except track 14 by Guy Buttery and Piers Faccini and track 8 by Martin Wolfaardt.

Published by Half 4 Howie ©

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released 01 July 2009

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Guy Buttery - acoustic guitar, classical guitar, sitar, tanpura, ebow, singing bows, musical saw, dun dun, bowed acoustic bass
Dan Patlansky - dobro
Nibs vd Spuy - acoustic guitar
Tony Cox - acoustic guitar
Ronan Skillen - tabla
James Kielczynki - brushes on snare
Martin Wolfaardt - piano
Piers Faccini - harmonium, tampura, harmonica & dulcimer
Andy Turrell - pedal steel guitar
Ant Cawthorn-Blazeby - violin
Madala Kunene - Jewish harp and vocals
Syd Kitchen - hosepipe flute

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Guy Buttery Durban, South Africa

“Guy Buttery immerses himself entirely into the soul of his guitar, coaxing sonic shapes and forms of such
startling originality from it that his instrument acts as a kind of lightning conductor for the sound of
another realm.” - The Mail & Guardian
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