Monthly Archives: June 2010

Kabir, Spirits, & Spices

The Clay Jug Inside this clay jug there are canyons and pine mountains, and the maker of canyouns and pine mointains! All seven oceans are inside, and hundreds of millions of stars. The acid that tests gold is there, and … Continue reading

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Saying Farewell to the Riverbank

The best of the blues blogs is gone. Like the oil filling every pore of the caribbean shore, the Muddy Sava Riverbank has perished. You know, I fancy myself something of a connoisseur/collector/scholar when it comes to acoustic blues music, … Continue reading

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Richard Greene – Duets

I’ve already introduced Richard Greene here. So I really don’t need to say much. You should already be drooling… This is his first solo album. Each track is just him and one other instrumentalist. Despite that, the sound is amazingly … Continue reading

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Darol Anger & Mike Marshall

Yeah, you probably saw this post coming. It was only a matter of time before I posted these two alumns of the David Grisman Quintet. If there were ever two musicians destined to play together, it is Darol Anger and … Continue reading

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An Inquiry about Kenny Kosek & Matt Glaser

Hello Mr Pirate Damn but you have good taste in music. Question for you. I had that Kenny Kosek & Matt Glaser lp years ago but it went the way of all good things when I moved house & had … Continue reading

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