It’s taken a few decades for the late Robbie Basho to start developing a deserved reputation. This 1982 recording captures an intimate Italian show full of stunning playing amid some awkward multilingual patter, and a soaring devotional vocal on the closing California Raga. A fine setting of music that is essential in every sense, enough to cut through the cynicism of his Takoma label boss John Fahey, and bear a major posthumous influence on the likes of Jack Rose and Jim O’Rourke.
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- Live in Forli, Italy 1982 by Robbie Basho
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