A unique explorer in the use of the hurdy gurdy, aka "vielle-à-roue" a 16th Century folk instrument related to the violin, but played using a rotating wheel and keys. Dave has used the extraordinary sonic capabilities of this instrument and propelled the possibilities even further with the use of guitar effects and 4-track multi-layering of the sonic textures. It is interesting to hear Dave's work on its own (outside the context of Extremities or Triax that is), but don't expect an easy listening experience!
|AMCDR 042||Dave Powell (9)||Fried Rosin (Album)||Auricle||AMCDR 042||UK||2003||Sell This Version|
|AMCDR 051||Dave Powell (9)||Industrial Folk Music (Album)||Auricle||AMCDR 051||UK||2004||Sell This Version|
|AMCDR 093||Dave Powell (9)||Electronic Odysseys (Album)||Auricle||AMCDR 093||UK||2007||Sell This Version|
|AMCDR 180/1||Dave Powell (9)||Stick The Fork In Your Eye, We Shall Be Glad To Eat Ourselves (Album)||Auricle||AMCDR 180/1||UK||2011||Sell This Version|
|AMCDR 199||Dave Powell (9)||That May Be Lost (Album)||Auricle||AMCDR 199||UK||2013||Sell This Version|
|AMCDR 203||Dave Powell (9)||Drei Psychedelische Geschehen (Album)||Auricle||AMCDR 203||UK||2014||Sell This Version|