Ghosts Upstairs. Stay Out of the Shed. Box Elders. I was actually quite surprised that i liked this as much as i did since i have seen this one for eons but simply avoided it erroneously assuming it was another "Colma" or "Electric Tears.
He is a veritable guitar god who can often make his acoustic guitar sound like two guitarists playing together. This is supposedly recorded in real time with no overdubs or anything. All i can say is This is largely considered his 20th album release, but more of a specialty album than his latest efforts.
According to Jas Obrecht: . Note: On the first pressings of Acoustic Shards , tracks 2 and 3 are reversed in the track listing, and Sasaki's Gone is misspelled as Saskia's Gone. According to Jas Obrecht, these errors will be corrected on future pressings of the album. Some passages are so advanced you'd swear it's two guitarists -- but it was all recorded in real time and without overdubs -- while other parts are just melodically beautiful beyond words.
So far, everyone who's heard it has said it's the kind of music that resonates in you long after the stereo's been turned off. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Young Buckethead. Archived from the original onAn "official" Buckethead album, Acoustic Shards features Buckethead alone on acoustic guitar. The sound is excellent! It was taped over two days in July , a couple of weeks after the final Deli Creeps concert on the Young Buckethead DVDs, but is quite different musically.