The Kindness Of Strangers

by Alun Vaughan

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"Alun's a wonderful bassist. He uses his technical command of the instrument and his broad musical understanding to create music that's rich and beautiful. He's an important voice in this emerging world of solo bass." Michael Manring, leading solo bassist

"That's great man, very nice album and for a worthy cause.We do what we do for a greater purpose, that's what it's about" Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal, Guns N Roses

"Very nice, great tone and really solid ideas in each track" Bryan Beller, Dethlok/Steve Vai/Mike Keneally

"It's a solo bass players album for people who hate solo bass players albums. My blood usually freezes in my veins when I hear the words 'bass solo album' but this is actually really very good. Just really good tunes which happen to be played on bass by a really tasteful player.You've converted me" G.Jones, Basschat UK forum

"This is a wonderful and surprising record, not your typical "solo bass" record as its so melodic and clever. Some of the playing reminds me more of Joe Pass than bass noodling. I was so pleased Alun did my song Big Sky, its a brilliant version. The melodic invention is inspirational." Matt Stevens - solo artist/The Fierce And The Dead

"This is not a bass chops showcase album, and while Vaughan often enough lets his prowess on the instrument show, the album is mainly a collection of nice solo tunes, which he happens to play on a bass guitar – thus nicely shipping around that dangerous cliff that lurks in instrument virtuoso album water" Moinsound blog

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released October 8, 2010

Alun Vaughan - 6 string bass guitar, guitar loops on "Elegy"

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