a solo electric guitar set from L'Ampli, Pau in France from February of 2003, Marc turns in a stunning version of "St. James Infirmery". Marc makes every note count, nothing is superfluous. It is as if the ancient sound of the earliest blues stills ring true today, so many years later. John Zorn's "Etude" is next and it sounds as if it is from another world, filled with twisted fragments, feedback, violent changes and all sorts of strange noises. It works well because it is completely focused and sounds like the darker side of modern life, just as scary as those ancient blues songs that we hold inside. Marc plays a 500 year song about memory called , "Recuerdos del la Alhambra", on his acoustic guitar. It is a difficult flamenco-like piece that has Marc hands playing a few different parts simultaneously. It is fascinating to watch since it has some unexpected twists and turns in direction. Marc punctuates "I'm Confessin'" with bits of spaced-out feedback, adding an aura of mystery and the haze of a psychedelic mist to this enchanting piece. It ends with a touching section of delicate ballad-like beauty.