Glenn Jones / Chuck Johnson / Imaginational Anthem, Vol. 6: Origins Of American Primitive Guitar

It's been more than half a century since John Fahey made his first recordings, kicking off what he called the "American Primitive" or Takoma School of acoustic guitar playing -- a movement that today appears to be as vibrant and vital as ever. Fahey still casts a long shadow, of course, but the music is a constantly growing and changing thing, with creative young guitarists like Daniel Bachman and William Tyler injecting new life and veterans like Don Bikoff and Harry Taussig emerging from the mists of obscurity. Somewhere in between, you'll find solo guitar practitioners like Glenn Jones . . .

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