Trey Gunn

Trey Gunn

Also known as Трей Ганн, Gunn, T.G., Trey
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Discography of Trey Gunn:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Raw Power: Surfacings, Vol. 1 12 Audio 1999-11-09 First World Music
2 The Repercussions Of Angelic Behavior 10 Audio 1999 First World Music
3 The Third Star 10 Audio 1996 Discipline Global Mobile
4 One Thousand Years 8 Audio 1993 Discipline Global Mobile
5 Untune The Sky 24 Audio 2003
6 One Thousand Years 8 Audio 1993 Discipline Global Mobile
7 Playing With Borrowed Time 15 Audio 1985 Not On Label
8 Cocoon 10 Audio 2010 7d Media
9 Untune The Sky 13 Audio 2003
10 One Thousand Years 8 Audio 1993 Fruitgum
11 Thunderbird Suite 3 Audio 2002 Thunderbird
12 Untune The Sky 13 Audio 2003
13 Music For Pictures 29 Audio 2008 7d Media
14 Modulator 22 Audio 2010 7d Media

A native Texan who now resides in Seattle began his musical life at the age of 7 playing classical piano. His interest in music grew through various instruments; electric bass, electric and acoustic guitar, keyboards, and now the touch guitar.

He has toured and recorded with [a=Sunday All Over The World], [a=Toni Childs], [a=Robert Fripp String Quintet, The], [a=David Sylvian], [a=Vernon Reid], [a=Michael Brook], [a=Eric Johnson (2)], [a=John Paul Jones], [a=Toyah], [a=David Hykes] of [a=Harmonic Choir, The], and [a=King Crimson].

In 1992 he was asked to join David Sylvian and Robert Fripp in a collaborative project that grew from a three-piece to a fully-fledged rock band, touring Japan and Europe in both configurations. The band released "The First Day" and a live album, "Damage". Trey also found time to record his first solo album "One Thousand Years" released on Discipline Records.

He has been a member of King Crimson since 1994. For his role in this configuration of the group (Belew, Fripp, Gunn and Mastelotto), Gunn has helped evolve a new and unique instrument. Built by Mark Warr of Warr Guitars this 'tapped' instrument is an 10-string touch guitar with the range of a piano.

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