Loren Connors

One of the world's most singular guitarists, Loren Mazzacane Connors (born 1949) is among few living musicians whose prolific body of work can be said to be wholly justified in its plenitude. On more than 100 records across almost four decades, Connors has wrung distinct shades of ephemeral blues from his guitar, its sound ever-shifting while remaining unmistakably his own. From his early, splintered take on the Delta bottleneck style through his song-based albums with Suzanne Langille and on to the painterly abstraction that defines his current work, Connors has earned the admiration of many, leading to collaborations with the likes of John Fahey, Jim O'Rourke, Alan Licht, David Grubbs, Keiji Haino, and Kim Gordon.
Loren Connors - Autumn\'s Sun
English edition
Blank Forms - Books
The definitive edition of Loren Connors' texts.
Loren Connors - Unaccompanied Acoustic Guitar Improvisations Vol. 10 (vinyl LP)
Blank Forms - Records
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First vinyl re-release of an essential record from Loren Connors' acoustic period.

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