The Thousand Incarnations Of The Rose: American Primitive Guitar & Banjo (1963-1974) (Pre-Order)

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The Thousand Incarnations Of The Rose: American Primitive Guitar & Banjo (1963-1974) (Pre-Order) - Vinyl Record

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Product Code:
UNIM-CRA-9323
Label/Make:
Craft
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Description:
Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed
UPC:
888072029323
The Thousand Incarnations Of The Rose: American Primitive Guitar and Banjo (1963-1974) celebrates the groundbreaking, inventive approach to traditional music brought forward by a collection of maverick artists whose interpretations of folk, blues, and traditional song gave rise to one of American music’s most unique and singular styles. Features John Fahey, Leo Kottke, Robbie Basho, and more.
1. John Fahey - Night Train to Valhalla
2. Leo Kottke - The Ice Miner
3. Leo Kottke – Anyhow
4. Peter Walker – April In Cambridge
5. Harry Taussig – Water Verses
6. Harry Taussig – Children’s Dance
7. Sandy Bull – Little Maggie
8. John Fahey – On the Banks of the Owchita
9. Peter Walker – Gypsy Song
10. Max Ochs – Raga (1)
11. Max Ochs – Raga (2)
12. Billy Faier – Longhorn Express

LP 2
1. Robbie Basho – The Thousand Incarnations of the Rose
2. Fred Gerlach – Eyrie
3. George Stavis – Winterland Doldrums
4. Peter Lang - When Kings Come Home
5. John Fahey - The Portland Cement Factory at Monolith, California

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