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Robbie Basho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White - Contemporary Guitar - Spring '67 Mp3

  • Performer: Robbie Basho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White
  • Album: Contemporary Guitar - Spring '67
  • Label: Takoma
  • Catalog #: C-1006
  • MP3: 1134 mb | FLAC: 1347 mb
  • Released: 1967
  • Country: US
  • Style: Country Blues, Folk
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 944
  • Category: Blues / Country & Folk
Robbie Basho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White - Contemporary Guitar - Spring '67 Mp3

Tracklist

1Bukka WhiteOld Man Walking Blues5:39
2John FaheySampler12:12
3Harry TaussigWater Verses1:49
4Max OchsRaga4:46
5Robbie BashoThe Thousand Incarnations Of The Rose13:36
6Max OchsRaga4:08
7Harry TaussigChildren's Dance3:48

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
4m226Robbie Băsho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White Robbie Băsho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White - Contemporary Guitar ‎(LP, Album, RE)4 Men With Beards4m226US2012
C-1006Robbie Băsho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White Robbie Băsho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White - Contemporary Guitar ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE)TakomaC-1006US1967
C-1006Robbie Băsho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White Robbie Băsho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White - Contemporary Guitar ‎(LP, Album, RE)TakomaC-1006US1968
C-1006Robbie Băsho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White Robbie Băsho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White - Contemporary Guitar ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE)TakomaC-1006US1975
C-1006Robbie Băsho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White Robbie Băsho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White - Contemporary Guitar ‎(LP, Album, RE)TakomaC-1006USUnknown

Credits

  • ProducerEd Denson

Notes

Black labels with silver print.
Two parallel lines running horizontally across label.

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Could anybody explain me what attractive in this record? Why 456 want this? Thanks!
Not to mention the other two characters; Harry Taussig and Max Ochs. Taussig put out one of the earlier self-released solo-acoustic records all the way back in '65, which is now extremely scarce. And Max Ochs is a fascinatingly obscure character who literally only cut two tracks in his whole career working closely with many high-level musicians in the Greenwich Village scene. Both of which can be found on this record. The four short tracks by these gentlemen alone make the whole thing far more compelling, in my eyes and ears. Besides already being wildly prolific, there's a huge selection of deep cuts from Bukka and John, and then even a fair number of live bootleg stuff from Basho. But this is really one of the only archival documents we have available for Taussig and Ochs. And not only that, but their contributions are quite unique, and especially haunting. If you're into the whole American Primitive underground thing, this is a historically relevant and very worthwhile release.
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