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Seabrook's main instrument is electric guitar, but he's also done a lot of fascinating playing on tenor banjo, including in Brian Carpenter's exploratory trad-jazz ensemble the Ghost Train Orchestra and his own early trio Seabrook Power Plant.
European Council President Donald Tusk said Friday that there could be informal, exploratory talks in coming weeks to help provide clarity ahead of the formal trade talks.
But mostly the exploratory songwriter immerses himself in a rich sonic landscape that moves past traditional rock instrumentation by incorporating a range of worldly acoustic textures.
Tensions flared in 2014 when China installed exploratory oil rigs in the vicinity.
In some ways Giallorenzo tantalizingly reimagines the sound of 50s Chicago—when Sun Ra could be found playing gigs across town from Ahmad Jamal—with concision and an exploratory vibe, though in his hands there’s no trace of mischief.
Several other Democrats, including Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim, former federal prosecutor Chris Mattie and former West Hartford Mayor Jonathan Harris, have launched exploratory campaigns.
The series, which will have a special debut Sunday, Sept. 10, follows the crew of humans and aliens abroad the U.S.S. Orville, a midlevel exploratory spaceship 400 years in the future.
Big alcohol has just dipped its first exploratory toe into the cannabis market.
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