The solo release by composer, guitarist and all around swell guy Don Rooke from The Henrys is an exercise in sonic spaciousness, aural elbow room and capricious experimentation. The thematic conceit is an imaginary musical atlas, music Rooke imagines as he roams the world on paper. Nothing is meant to be geographically authentic, only musically genuine. Guests include his Henrys' compatriots Michael White, Jorn Anderson, Hugh Marsh and John Sheard, plus many guests including Johan Hedin, George Koller, and many others.
Read more about the CD in the artist's own words
Mahina, Iles du Vent
See also: The Henrys:
Joyous Pourous (2002)
Chasing Grace (1997)
Desert Cure (1998)
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