Release Date: 04/07/98
Roach and King discovered that growing up in the desert had steeped them in the Wild West’s influence in all its glory.
What Drives A Man To Go West'
Dust to Dust is the creation of restless, ever-pioneering composer Steve Roach and native-Tucsonian Roger King, a seasoned studio guitarist, sound engineer and patent medicine man. Their music grew out of a series of easy-going get-togethers to âsee what the hell might happen.â Roach and King soon discovered that growing up in the desert had mutually steeped them in the omnipresent influence of the Wild West in all its glory. Dust to Dustis western music in the truest sense. It is a bold step in a new direction: where sounds paint pictures with a range of colors drawn from the land, where stories are told with the instruments of old and new pioneers. Guitars, harmonicas and washboard rhythms find their place next to a wagon full.
Echoes Radio âThe music feels like torn leather chaps that have been out on the virtual-trail for a while, making Dust to Dustone of Roachâs most melodic, yet gritty albums to date . . . It sounds like the musicians have strapped on six-shooters in a Sergio Leone spaghetti western.â -John Diliberto
Alternative Press âDust to Dusthas the mystery and allure of 150 year old photographs of strangers whose eyes and stoic faces suggest a thousand untold stories.â -Mark Burby
CD in jewel box.
|Run Time: 61 mins|
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