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Leo Kottke – Did You Hear Me? Leo Kottke 1971-1976 (VG+/VG+)

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Condition: Second Hand
Ships from: Melbourne
Media: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Cover: Very Good Plus (VG+)
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  • 1971-1976 "Did You Hear Me?" by Leo Kottke is an excellent album for anyone who loves acoustic guitar music. This album showcases Leo Kottke’s skillful fingerpicking guitar style and his unique voice. It also features Leo Kottke’s signature blend of folk and blues.

    The album starts off with the upbeat “Pamela Brown”, a song about a woman who Leo Kottke says “couldn’t be still”. This song perfectly sets the tone for the rest of the album. The next song, “The Last of the Arkansas Greyhounds”, is a slow bluesy song about a dog race. This song is a great example of Leo Kottke’s ability to combine folk and blues music.

    The third song, “Living In The Country”, is a beautiful song about living a simple life. This song features Leo Kottke’s unique picking style and his soulful voice. “Bean Time” is a fun song about a man’s daydreams while he’s picking beans. It’s a perfect example of Leo Kottke’s playful songwriting style.

    The fifth song, “June Bug”, is a haunting instrumental piece. This song showcases Leo Kottke’s guitar skills, as he plays with a range of styles and techniques. The next song, “Vaseline Machine Gun”, is a song about a man’s relationship with his guitar. It’s a great example of Leo Kottke’s lyrical storytelling.

    The eighth song, “The Driving of the Year Nail”, is a beautiful and haunting song about a family reunion. This song features some great fingerpicking guitar work and a unique vocal performance. The album closes with the song “Watermelon”, a fun and upbeat song about a man’s love for watermelons.

    1971-1976 "Did You Hear Me?" by Leo Kottke is an excellent album that showcases Leo Kottke’s unique acoustic guitar style and songwriting. This album features a great mix of folk, blues, and instrumental pieces. It’s a great album for any fan of acoustic guitar music.

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  • Artist: Leo Kottke
    Label: Capitol Records – ST-11576
    Format: LP, Compilation, Stereo
    Units: 1
    Country: Australia
    Released: 1976
    Genre: Folk
    Style: Acoustic
  • A1 Morning Is The Long Way Home
    A2 June Bug
    A3 When Shrimps Learn To Whistle
    A4 Room 8
    A5 Cripple Creek
    A6 Pamela Brown
    A7 Standing On The Outside
    B1 Grim To The Brim
    B2 Power Failure
    B3 You Tell Me Why
    B4 Why Ask Why?
    B5 Open Country Joy (Constant Traveler)
    B6 All Through The Night
    B7 The Scarlatti Rip-Off