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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

The Return of Jim O'Orourke

My mom, of all people, alerted me to this New York Times piece on Jim O'Rourke, just as I was finding it for myself. He talks about his exodus to Tokyo and his new album, "The Visitor," which the Times tells us "runs through chapters of folk, chamber-pop, progressive rock and jazz bucolia, and it’s crazily broad: a Leo Kottke fan might like it, a Pat Metheny fan might like it, a Morton Feldman fan might like it."

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