Someone Left Moonlight in My Heart: An Exaltation of Duncan Browne’s Music

In an era when the most popular musicians were the most outrageous, Duncan Browne and his Spanish guitar offered something entirely different – sensitivity, sophistication, artful baroque and progressive leanings. Browne's foundation was that of classical training and with it, the ability to chart his own arrangements, buoyed by a flair for melodies so sweet and sad that they almost hurt to hear. At a time when most of his fellow countrymen desperately tried to sound American, Browne dared to embrace his British-ness, and although he favored unusual tunings, finger picking and classical guitar flourishes over power chords . . .

Only the good shit. Aquarium Drunkard is powered by its patrons. Keep the servers humming and help us continue doing it by pledging your support.

To continue reading, become a member or log in.