Balance is an album by American guitarist Leo Kottke, released in 1978. It was re-issued on CD by BGO Records (263) in 1996. On this album, only Whine and Dolores are Kottke's familiar acoustic guitar solos. 1/2-Acre of Garlic is a unique blend of acoustic guitar wizardry and Kottke's vocal, with electric guitar and bass supporting. Learning the Game is a straight ballad rendition of the Buddy Holly classic. The remaining tracks are essentially rock songs
Leo Kottke is one of the greatest acoustic guitar players of his time. This Leo Kottke discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Leo Kottke albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Leo Kottke singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.
Leo Kottke (born September 11, 1945) is an acoustic guitarist. He is known for a fingerpicking style that draws on blues, jazz, and folk music, and for syncopated, polyphonic melodies. He overcame a series of personal obstacles, including partial loss of hearing and a nearly career-ending bout with tendon damage in his right hand, to emerge as a widely recognized master of his instrument. He currently resides in the Minneapolis area with his family.
Live album by Leo Kottke. 1980 exemplary folk guitar. Fans who enjoy Kottke's earlier albums, like Ice Water and Chewing Pine, will also appreciate this follow-up. All songs by Leo Kottke except as noted. Side one. "The Train and the Gate" – 2:48.
What are the best albums by Leo Kottke? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Leo Kottke: Up tempo, Medley: Hear the wind howl, Busted bicycle, Buckaroo, Ojo, Eight miles high, LEO KOTTKE - Louise @ Temple of Music and Art Tucson AZ . 1. Vaseline Machine Gun - Leo Kottke Live - 11/6/8. Leo Kottke best albums.
Biography by Jason Ankeny. An inventive and highly talented American ed 12-string guitarist. 6 and 12 String Guitar. Leo Kottke, Mike Gord. lone. Leo Kottke Anthology. See Full Discography.
1976 greatest hits album by Leo Kottke. Greatest hits album by. Leo Kottke. Music critic Robert Christgau stated: "Much as I admire John Fahey, I'm no aficionado of the school of solo guitar he inspired, and though I once complained that Kottke lacked Fahey's "courage and clarity" I think what I really meant was genius-and I have no idea what that means. All songs by Leo Kottke except as noted
Leo Kottke" is the first album on the Chrysalis label by guitarist Leo Kottke. This release of all instrumental pieces written by Kottke (with the exception of "Buckaroo") also includes orchestrations by Jack Nitzsche.