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“Seven Year Twitch” : A Long Strange Trip and The Debut Album of Wire Wood & Steel

I realized this month that I’ve been writing this blog for seven years with at least two post a month without a break. Why have I done this for that long? Because I’m a music nerd and one thing that

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Posted in Country/Bluegrass, Improvisation, Jam Band, Music Appreciation and Analysis, Uncategorized

“From My Window” . . . : Snow Music from Wire Wood & Steel

When I woke up this morning I saw that NYC was in the middle of a pretty decent snowfall. After the morning beverage, I began to play my guitar while looking out the window, not really thinking about what I

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Posted in Country/Bluegrass, Improvisation, Jam Band

“Like geese farts on a muggy day”: Leo Kottke’s “6- and 12-String Guitar”

Sometime in the early seventies I began reading in Guitar Player magazine about a group of acoustic guitarists. Their music drew upon the traditions of folk, ragtime and blues but often would also incorporate other elements such as Indian raga.

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Posted in Music Appreciation and Analysis

Summer In The City Part 1: The Self Promotion Edition

It’s summer here in NYC. The weather has yet to become oppressive so it’s a good time to reflect on one of the coolest things about NYC in the summer: the number of great free (or dirt cheap) concerts that

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Posted in Jazz, Music Appreciation and Analysis
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