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  1. IMX Jam was 2nd of its kind with finest Bollywood guitarists - Chintoo Singh & Satadal Ray, renowned soprano saxophonist - Shyam Raaj and prominent vocalist - Smita Adhikari.
    URL: http://soundcloud.com/satadal-ray/imx-jam-evening
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 35 Hits · Posted on 7/17/2013 by Satadal Ray (29)

  2. Check It Out! by John Grant Violent Magdalena (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    It is the result of his from what I read, experimentation with alternate tunings the outcome is intersting i leave it up to you to be the judge. J.g.
    URL: http://www.myspace.com/violentmagdalena
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 857 Hits · Posted on 2/6/2007 by Joe Ramirez (703)

  3. Get Together by Woody Mann & Bob Brozman (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    These musicians pay hommage to their musical roots.Tones and rhythms of traditional music from different parts of the world.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 449 Hits · Posted on 9/28/2006 by Inactive Member
  4. Eddie is a member of the "Masters of the Steel String Guitar".Fellow disciple of the all-American Kentucky thumbpicking known as Travis-style guitar.
    URL: http://www.si.edu/folkways
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 314 Hits · Posted on 9/25/2006 by Inactive Member

  5. Message Of The Sea by David Russell (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Great versions on celtic tunes by one of the best players around.Beautiful sound!
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 767 Hits · Posted on 4/11/2006 by Inactive Member
  6. Doc Watson On Stage by Doc & Merle Watson (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Doc Watson and his son Merle playing duets of american folk songs,blues,fiddle-tunes,etc.Recorded live in New York.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 553 Hits · Posted on 4/3/2006 by Inactive Member
  7. So Oder So by Uwe Kropinski (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    First record of this East-German player.His skills on acoustic guitar are beyond compare.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 536 Hits · Posted on 3/30/2006 by Inactive Member
  8. Geoff Bradford is a true pioneer.Together with Davey Graham,he taught musicians in England how to fingerpick.He is an extraordinary performer of Blind Blakes tunes.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 597 Hits · Posted on 3/30/2006 by Inactive Member
  9. Old-Time music played by two of the best.Beauty is the word for this CD.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 585 Hits · Posted on 3/29/2006 by Inactive Member
  10. Magnificent music without any guitar.This "Trio" shows how Classical and Popular techniques can be mixed together.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 881 Hits · Posted on 3/29/2006 by Inactive Member
  11. Folk Songs Of The Hills by Merle Travis (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Recorded in 1947,the sound on this record is fantastic (very clear with great presence).Music was a natural gift for Merle Travis.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 578 Hits · Posted on 3/26/2006 by Inactive Member
  12. This is the "BIBLE" for every fingerpicker.34 tunes played with no flaws.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 704 Hits · Posted on 3/26/2006 by Inactive Member
  13. Musiques by Pierre Bensusan (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Pierre Bensusan was very young when he recorded "Musiques",but was already a great master of DADGAD tuning.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 463 Hits · Posted on 3/26/2006 by Inactive Member
  14. LJ Plays The Beatles by Laurence Juber (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Great versions on Beatlestunes,mostly played in DADGAD tuning.The songs sound like an orchestra.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 522 Hits · Posted on 3/26/2006 by Inactive Member
  15. Here we can listen to Harvey Reed picking on Banjo-guitars.The tunes choice is first rate.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 525 Hits · Posted on 3/26/2006 by Inactive Member
  16. Live by Martin Simpson (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Recorded live in Oxford with a K7 recorder,this CD is a MUST for fingerstyle players.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 465 Hits · Posted on 3/26/2006 by Inactive Member
  17. Hangover Music Vol. VI by Black Label Society (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This is an acoustic album written by Zakk Wylde. It's a blend of mellow ballady songs and acoustic shred. Zakk also pulls out his Les Paul for some solo's. It has fifteen tracks.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 868 Hits · Posted on 1/31/2005 by Matthew Laham (4396)
  18. A Fistful Of Frets by Jed (3.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Link to my website w/ scratch recordings. lemme know whatcha think!
    URL: http://www.jedgore.com
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1250 Hits · Posted on 10/16/2004 by Jed Gore (18)

  19. Nirvana Unplugged by Nirvana (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Nirvana appear so different in this recording, but with out a doubt at their their best.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 712 Hits · Posted on 4/11/2004 by Danielle Evian (516)
  20. Imaginary Roads by Will Ackerman (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Another amazing album from New Age acoustic guitarist, Will Ackerman.
    URL: http://www.williamackerman.com
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1117 Hits · Posted on 3/9/2004 by John Rich (3189)