Richard Osborn :: Endless

“He’s a student of mine and he’s better technically than me or Fahey."

Those are the words of guitarist Robbie Basho, speaking of his then protege Richard Osborn, who studied with Basho in the late '60s and early '70s. But like so many proponents of the American Primitive guitar style, Osborn is nothing if not patient. Sidelined by an injury, it's taken a handful of decades for his playing to emerge. But it's here now: in 2010, he . . .

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