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Old 01.19.2017, 10:55 PM   #15
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http://www.post-gazette.com/ae/music...s/201701190023

....Now, he arrives at The Warhol Museum tonight on a solo acoustic tour, joined by Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Steve Gunn.. doing his own set.
Taking a fairly daring approach, “I’m going to be playing entirely new songs that nobody’s heard before,” Mr. Ranaldo says.
The tour advances the May release of a new album written with lyrical input from his friend Jonathan Lethem, an award-winning sci-fi and detective novelist.

A solo acoustic tour would suggest a more stripped-down album on the way, but Mr. Ranaldo says, “Not at all.”
The album, made in Spain with producer Raul Fernandez, “is super-produced,” he says. “There’s a ton of players on it: guys from my old band The Dust, Steve Shelley [from Sonic Youth], Alan Licht, Nels Cline. Sharon Van Etten sings on like six songs; Kid Millions from Oneida plays on a few songs.

There’s also a lot of samples and electronic drums, things like that. And horns in a couple places and strings — it’s a very layered production, so I’m presenting the most stripped-down opposite of it at the moment.”...
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