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  • Steve Mullins and Doug Walter perform ‘Equilibrio’

    Steve Mullins and Doug Walter perform ‘Equilibrio’

    Steve Mullins and Doug Walter of Rim of the Well perform “Equilibrio.” Rim of the Well takes its name from something the Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca said about “duende,” a Spanish term that refers to a kind of soul in art. The artist grapples with it “on the rim of well,” Lorca said, giving the impression of a thrillingly precarious dance that in a moment could lose its balance. Steve Mullins and Doug Walter, two members of the quartet […]

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  • Steve Mullins and Doug Walter perform ‘Iguana Caliente’

    Steve Mullins and Doug Walter perform ‘Iguana Caliente’

    Steve Mullins and Doug Walter of Rim of the Well perform “Iguana Caliente.” Rim of the Well takes its name from something the Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca said about “duende,” a Spanish term that refers to a kind of soul in art. The artist grapples with it “on the rim of well,” Lorca said, giving the impression of a thrillingly precarious dance that in a moment could lose its balance. Steve Mullins and Doug Walter, two members of the […]

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  • Steve Mullins and Doug Walter chat with Quentin Young

    Steve Mullins and Doug Walter chat with Quentin Young

    Rim of the Well takes its name from something the Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca said about “duende,” a Spanish term that refers to a kind of soul in art. The artist grapples with it “on the rim of well,” Lorca said, giving the impression of a thrillingly precarious dance that in a moment could lose its balance. Steve Mullins and Doug Walter, two members of the quartet Rim of the Well, engage in this kind of dance when they […]

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  • Second Story Garage: Steve Mullins and Doug Walter perform ‘Rim of the Well’

    Second Story Garage: Steve Mullins and Doug Walter perform ‘Rim of the Well’

    Steve Mullins and Doug Walter of Rim of the Well perform “Rim of the Well,” the title track to their upcoming album and the name of their band. Rim of the Well takes its name from something the Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca said about “duende,” a Spanish term that refers to a kind of soul in art. The artist grapples with it “on the rim of well,” Lorca said, giving the impression of a thrillingly precarious dance that in […]

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