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On his own, but not far from home

July 31, 2007

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Rock Trey Anastasio The Horseshoe Curve (Rubber Jungle) Essential: "Olivia" Imagine the headline: "Former Phish frontman releases instrumental album." Given Phish's reputation for lengthy instrumental passages in place of verse-chorus songwriting (and this is singer-guitarist Trey Anastasio's second instrumental work), it's hardly news. Indeed, "The Horseshoe Curve" offers few surprises. Anastasio puts recent orchestral and pop-influenced forays on the shelf, ... (Full article: 203 words)

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