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Hexagram 16

Hexagram 16

Artist: Russ Giguere

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Hexagram 16
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Artist: Russ Giguere
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: REAL GONE MUSIC
Rel. Date: 07/02/2013
UPC: 848064001645

More Info:

Named after a music-related excerpt from the I Ching, this 1971 solo album by Association rhythm guitarist and singer-songwriter Russ Giguere not only sports an amazing cast of characters but also draws songs from some of the best songwriters (Judee Sill, Randy Newman, Bill Martin) the early '70s L.A scene had to offer. So why has it languished in obscurity for over 40 years? Well, Hexagram 16 is a reflection of a more innocent, carefree time in the music industry, when a label president (Warner Brothers' Joe Smith) could greenlight a solo album on a whim, and when said solo album could be made without a care for commercial concerns.

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