Deflowered Eventuality

by Owlsley Burroughs

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Hello friend,

Deflowered Eventuality is an e.p. of five songs, one for each of the strings Keith Richards uses for his famous open G tuning, in which he wrote bona-fide classics like Start Me Up, Gimme Shelter and Honky Tonk Women.

Owlsley was inspired to carry on the tradition.

Using only a basis of G-D-G-B-D on his acoustic and electric guitars (the bottom E string was completely removed, ala Keef), Owlsley set about writing a group of songs that explored the flavour and unique possibilities of a tuning that is normally used on banjos.

From dirty blues to pure pop, haunting instrumentals to freaky wig outs, Owlsley Burroughs succeeds wonderfully on this, his ninth release. Who knows, Keith himself may like to have a listen?

As with his previous two releases, these songs were all recorded, mixed and mastered at Falling Man Studios in deepest, darkest Belgrave, Victoria, Australia.

Enjoy them here on Bandcamp for free, or support this independent artist with a donation.

Owlsley Burroughs can be contacted via carrier pigeon. He doesn't do social media.

By Cindy Butterman.


released January 1, 1902



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Owlsley Burroughs Melbourne, Australia

Owlsley Burroughs resides in the mysterious hills of Melbourne, Australia. His closest friends are the finches who flit gaily outside his window.

He is indifferent to performing and releases music whenever he pleases.

When not making music, Owlsley is listening to The Smiths, Bob Dylan, Bill Callahan and Kiss, or walking in the forest.

He loves cufflinks, coffee, cigars and eau de cologne.
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