Peter Walker :: Has Anybody Seen Our Freedoms?

Peter Walker has lived a remarkable life. The 76-year-old guitarist was a contemporary of Sandy Bull, Fred Neil, Karen Dalton, and Lowell George; a musical director for Timothy Leary’s famed “Celebrations;” a student of Ravi Shankar and Ali Akbar Khan. He recorded two LPs for Vanguard, Rainy Day Raga (1967) and Second poem to Kamela, Or Gypsies are Important (1969), and then retreated from the music business.

Since contributing four new tracks to 2006’s A Raga for Peter . . .

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