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Greg Weeks


Rochester, NY, local Greg Weeks’ information sound like shed chamber folk treasures from the later-’60s psychedelic period. Combining finger-picked electric guitar, Moog, Mellotron, harmonium, and string preparations, he creates thick, thoughtful songs similar to Nick Drake, Leonard Cohen, and Tim Buckley. Weeks’ initial album, Fire within the Hands of sunlight, premiered on New Jersey’s Ba Da Bing! Information in 1999. His hushed and mystical 2000 follow-up, Bleecker Train station, released by Keyhole Information, was a noticable difference on his debut. In 2001, Greg Weeks released Awake Like Rest on Ba Da Bing!. The dark and dreamy recording evokes the haunting function of Nico and also will pay homage to her sublime edition of Jackson Browne’s “NOWADAYS” with an starting song using the same title.

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Full Name Greg Weeks
Education University of Graz
Music Groups Espers, The Valerie Project, Beyond the Sixth Seal
Music Songs The One True Song, Past Four Corners, Ash Rising, Slightly West, Run Silent, The Hive, I Will Fall to Meet Her, Sun Way Off, Day for Night, Not Meant for Light, The Angel of Death, Leaves and Limerance, The Pale Shade, Tracey Bowen's Double Life, Howling for Blood, Burn the Margins, Front to Back, When Galaxies Collide, You Won't Be the Same Ever Again, Nearer Thine Eyes, Violence Lake, One Summer Night, Made, Don't You Open Up, Sleep Right, One in Ten, Unsettled, Eyes Arise, Cold Light of Quiet, Down a Dark Corridor, Lay Low, Every Part of Me Is Bleeding
Albums II, Blood Is Trouble, Awake Like Sleep, Fire in the Arms of the Sun, Bleecker Station, The Weed Tree, The Hive, Espers, Earth and Sphere, Slightly West, Bleeker Station, Train In Vein: Bleecker-Era Outtakes

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