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MP3 Might Could - Wood Knot

Three acoustic guitars and one bass work together to create tight, harmony-filled progressive instrumentals.

8 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Instrumental Rock, ROCK: Progressive Rock

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Might Could tries to entertain listeners by creating and performing songs with rhythmically interesting, tight, and neatly interlocking parts. We aim to serve as a contrast to guitar albums filled with endless soloing. People have told us our songs seem to draw from influences ranging from heavy metal to progressive rock to jazz, and we''ve been compared to King Crimson, the California Guitar Trio, Steve Morse, Michael Hedges, Megadeth, and Béla Bartók. The lineup consists of Andy Tillotson, Tim McCaskey, and Aaron Geller on guitar, with Luis Nasser on bass detail.

"Wood Knot" is their second album. Although the writing style and "attitude" behind the CD is similar to their first release, the songs are often longer and more fully developed. Also, the band used a live mic in mixing, creating a fuller acoustic sound.


Sample press for the previous album "All Intertwined":

From S. T. Karnick, National Review Online: "In their aptly named All Intertwined, they perform highly complex but tuneful instrumental music simultaneously reminiscent of 1980s King Crimson, ’70s fusion jazz, Baroque-era sonatas, and even a touch of flamenco. It works, and it’s good."

From Marcelo Silveyra, at Progressive World: "Not only does Might Could have plenty of both guts and rock verve, but it also has the ability to deliver some of the best interlocking instrumentals this side of Discipline-era King Crimson with such gusto that Andy Tillotson, Aaron Geller, Tim McCaskey, and Luis Nasser have immediately shot up to the pantheon of this style of music... As soon as the first note goes off on this album, it''s hard not to notice that something special is going on... this goes well beyond mere technical aspects into realms that combine them with profoundly visceral emotions and drive..."
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From Bob Mulvey, at the Dutch Progressive Rock Page: "No drums, no keyboards, but do not be fooled by the absence of these instruments, this is not twee album of gentle guitar noodling, far from it, this is a well written, intricate, interlocking guitar extravaganza."
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