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The Complete Guitarist

Label: Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop
Released: 2009
Track listing: Medley: Lord Mayo & Lord Inchinquin; Lashtal's Room; Ein Fiene Burg; The Road to Lisdoonvana; Renaissance Piece; Hardiman the Fiddler; Sarah; Frieze Britches; Blues for Gino; The Hunter's Purse; Prelude From the Suite In D Minor; Fairies' Hornpipe; Forty-Ton Parachute; The Gold Ring; Down Ampney; Banish Misfortune.

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Davey Graham: The Complete Guitarist

Read "The Complete Guitarist" reviewed by David Rickert

Davey Graham never found a style of guitar playing that he didn't want to master. In fact, he was such a perfectionist that he recorded infrequently, preferring not to commit any tunes to wax until he had thoroughly explored all the avenues that each tune had to offer. From ragas to ragtime, Graham did it all, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Davey Graham: The Complete Guitarist

Read "The Complete Guitarist" reviewed by AAJ Staff

You may not know Davey Graham, but you’ve probably heard those who have. In late ‘Fifties England, here was a virtuoso in a folk scene just starting to play. Many guitarists call him an influence -–people like Bert Jansch and John Renbourn. It continues today: adapting Moorish music to guitar, Graham hit upon the D-A-D-G-A-D tuning, ...


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