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The Sailors Grave On The Prairie by Leo Kottke

The Sailors Grave On The Prairie by Leo Kottke (1945-) Leo Kottke is an acoustic guitarist. He is widely known for his innovative fingerpicking style, which draws on influences from blues, jazz, and folk music, and his syncopated, polyphonic melodies. Kottke has overcome a partial loss of hearing and a nearly career-ending bout with tendon …

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Hole In The Day by Leo Kottke

Hole In The DaY by Leo Kottke (1945-) Leo Kottke is an acoustic guitarist. He is widely known for his innovative fingerpicking style, which draws on influences from blues, jazz, and folk music, and his syncopated, polyphonic melodies. Kottke has overcome a partial loss of hearing and a nearly career-ending bout with tendon damage in …

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Wishful Thinking by Earl Klugh

Wishful Thinking by Earl Klugh (1953-) Earl Klugh (pronounced “Clue”, born September 16, 1953, Detroit, Michigan) is an American smooth jazz/crossover jazz/jazz fusion guitarist and composer. In 2006 Modern Guitar magazine wrote that Klugh “is considered by many to be one of the finest acoustic guitar players today.

Kiko by Earl Klugh

Kiko by Earl Klugh (1953-) Earl Klugh (pronounced “Clue”, born September 16, 1953, Detroit, Michigan) is an American smooth jazz/crossover jazz/jazz fusion guitarist and composer. In 2006 Modern Guitar magazine wrote that Klugh “is considered by many to be one of the finest acoustic guitar players today.

Dream Come True by Earl Klugh

Dream Come True by Earl Klugh (1953-) Earl Klugh (pronounced “Clue”, born September 16, 1953, Detroit, Michigan) is an American smooth jazz/crossover jazz/jazz fusion guitarist and composer. In 2006 Modern Guitar magazine wrote that Klugh “is considered by many to be one of the finest acoustic guitar players today.

Cry A Little While by Earl Klugh

Cry A Little While by Earl Klugh (1953-) Earl Klugh (pronounced “Clue”, born September 16, 1953, Detroit, Michigan) is an American smooth jazz/crossover jazz/jazz fusion guitarist and composer. In 2006 Modern Guitar magazine wrote that Klugh “is considered by many to be one of the finest acoustic guitar players today.

If I only Had a Brain by Earl Klugh

If I Only Had a Brain by Earl Klugh (1953-) Earl Klugh (pronounced “Clue”, born September 16, 1953, Detroit, Michigan) is an American smooth jazz/crossover jazz/jazz fusion guitarist and composer. In 2006 Modern Guitar magazine wrote that Klugh “is considered by many to be one of the finest acoustic guitar players today.

Alone Again by David Qualey

Alone Again by David Qualey (1947-) David Qualey is an American guitarist and composer. From 1968 to 1971, David Qualey performed its military service in the US army. He also played in small club until 1973. It was not until 1973 when he lived in Germany, he made first LP for Stockfisch Records. Some of …

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Brenda’s Blues by John Fahey

Brenda’s Blues by John Fahey (1939-2001) John Fahey was an American fingerstyle guitarist and composer who pioneered the steel-string acoustic guitar as a solo instrument. His style has been greatly influential and has been described as the foundation of American Primitivism, a term borrowed from painting and referring mainly to the self-taught nature of the …

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Whiskey Before Breakfast by Norman Blake

Whiskey Before Breakfast by Norman Blake (1938-) Norman Blake is an instrumentalist, vocalist, and songwriter. In a career spanning more than 50 years Blake has played in a number of folk and country groups. He is considered one of the leading figures in the bluegrass revival of the 1970s and is still active today, playing …

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