Great Acoustic Guitar Albums/Songs to Listen to
"Harvest Moon" - Neil Young
Loads of beautiful songs played and sung as only Neil can.
The guitar is all right John but you'll never make a living out of it! (John Lennon's Aunt Mimi)
Songs by John Denver, Alan Jackson and Neil Diamond come to mind immediatly when thinking of acoustic guitar.
Oh and lets not forget Simon and Garfunkel.
I don't know the albums exactly, but many songs eg.
'Take me home country roads'
'Leaving on a Jet plane'
'Where were you when the world stopped turning'
The list goes on...
...only thing I know how to do is to keep on keepin' on...
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All the above +Jim Croce
All the above, as stated....
I'll add most of "Mr. Guitars" albums.....
I may grow old, but I'll never grow up.
Nylon and Steel is a great one, Classical guitarist Manuel Barrueco paired with players from other genres for some amazing duets. He plays with people like Andy Summers from the Police, Steve Morse, and Al Dimeola
Anything by The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet
Altiplanos by Algerian guitarist Pierre Bensusan
Immature? Of course I'm immature Einstein, I'm 50 and in a Rock and ROll band.
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ani difranco, keller williams, dave matthews and tim reynolds-live at luther college, hank williams, gypsy kings, woody guthrie, uncle tupelo-march 16-20, neil halstead, bela fleck
I still stand by Jim Croce as being one of the best
"I got a woman, stay drunk all the time!"
Listen to all of the acoustic stuff on the Jethro Tull album Aqualung-great stuff.
I guess everyone was leaving this one for me to say,
I still stand by Jim Croce as being one of the best And Maury Muehleisen was the great guitarist who played with Jim Croce and helped make Croce's best three albums.
-=tension & release=-