6 and 12 String Guitar songs Product Information
6 and 12 String Guitar album for sale by Leo Kottke was released Apr 02, 1996 on the Takoma label. Recorded in 1969. 6 and 12 String Guitar songs Originally released on Takoma (1024). 6 and 12 String Guitar album for sale Includes liner notes by Mark Humphrey and original release liner notes by Leo Kottke. 6 and 12 String Guitar CD music This is a hybrid Super Audio CD playable on both regular and Super Audio CD players. With the 1969 release of 6-AND 12 STRING GUITAR, Leo Kottke established his pre-eminence as a guitar virtuoso and composer of quirky, pop-inflected pieces. 6 and 12 String Guitar CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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||No Goose Flatulence|
This is an extraordinary demonstration of guitar virtuosity without the need for overdubbing and gimmics. Leo Kottke infuses his music with the self-deprecating humor that define this album's liner notes and his live performances (when I first saw him perform in 1970, he introduced himself as Loretta Lynn).
By 12-string tom (Marble, NC, Earth)
||A genuine classic|
I think this is an absolutely fantastic CD! Kottke is an amazing guitar virtuoso, but he also presents with his own quirks and unique turns.
By thvenema (London, Ontario, Canada)
This is an album I have been listening to for over 20 yrs; I wore it out and got the cd.
By Mark (Concord, CA)
||Superb Acoustic Guitar|
I consider this to be one of the finest recordings of acoustic 6/12 string folk guitar in recent history.
By a reviewer (Honolulu, Hawaii, USA)
yeah leo kottke is the dude, at the same level as the big lebowski. this would sound sweet if he did it on an electric guitar thats what im saying.
By wally (the walrus)
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6 and 12 String Guitar songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1165757|
|Release Date||Apr 02, 1996|
|Recording Time||37 minutes|