Apr 242019
 

Trying to categorize John Hurt is almost impossible, as he worked in so many traditions: country blues, gospel, and within the larger fabric of American folk music. He was a Southern “songster” who recorded some sides in 1928 and then disappeared for over three decades, reemerging in the early ’60s as young white audiences rediscovered
Mississippi John Hurt
Source: Vintage Guitar – Magazine

Apr 242019
 

The fingerpicked intro to Bryan MacLean’s breathtaking “Alone Again Or” starts the heady, cinematic, night-through-day-through-night journey of Forever Changes. The 1967 album was the magnum opus of Love’s troubled visionary, Arthur Lee. MacLean, co-founder Lee, and Johnny Echols were Love’s trio of guitar players and their work continues to influence later generations of players. In
Arthur Lee & Love
Source: Vintage Guitar – Magazine