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  1. Where Have All The Flowers Gone by Joan Baez (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Very pure folk music. This CD is one of my strongest influences. Cristal soprano voice from Joan, the tracks with Pete are also very good. Joan's fingerpicking is quite good.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 3662 Hits · Posted on 5/16/2000 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  2. Unplugged by Neil Young (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Neil Young busts out a beautiful intro-spective album with many of his best. Simplistic, captivating, soulful, a must own!
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 3107 Hits · Posted on 4/14/2000 by Mark Gramola (594)
  3. Silver & Gold by Neil Young (4.7 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    A new collection of acoustic songs from Neil Young.
    URL: http://www.neilyoung.com
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 2733 Hits · Posted on 5/15/2000 by Jeff Yarnell (627)

  4. 6 and 12 String Guitar by Leo Kottke (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    The steel-string-fingerpicking master himself, Leo Kottke, presents his first recording. (Yes, the Armadillo album).
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 2725 Hits · Posted on 3/5/2000 by Sam Lachterman (37)
  5. American Guitar by Pat Donahue (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Very good fingerpicking playing from Pat Donahue.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 2492 Hits · Posted on 11/9/2001 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  6. A good reference for fingerpickers. Originally recorded 1958.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 2192 Hits · Posted on 5/8/2000 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  7. Folk Songs Of The Hills by Merle Travis (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Merle Travis and his acoustic guitar in his style.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 2124 Hits · Posted on 11/21/2000 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  8. American Recordings by Johnny Cash (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    An album of just Cash and his guitar that shows why he is a legend.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 2119 Hits · Posted on 12/9/1999 by Maciek Sakrejda (8047)
  9. Peter Paul & Mary were one of the most famous vocal groups of the late seventies. They helped to make famous several songs like Dylan's Blowin' The Wind, Seeger's If I Had A Hammer and others. Worth checking more for the vocal work.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 2075 Hits · Posted on 5/8/2000 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  10. Ragpicker's Dream by Mark Knopfler (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This a mainly acoustic Mark Knopfler. He draws on many influences including Scottish Folk, bluegrass and blues. Songs about working men and women and the problems they face.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1945 Hits · Posted on 1/18/2003 by Greg Groves (1966)
  11. Aerial Boundaries by Michael Hedges (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    Acoustic pioneer Michael Hedges' debut album, deceptively classified as "New Age"
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1922 Hits · Posted on 10/30/2001 by Tony Cook (2424)
  12. My Father's Face by Leo Kottke (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This recording like many of Kottke's previous works incorporates many pieces from earlier albums. Kottke is truly a gifted musician who produces great music whether it is on a 12 string or 6 string guitar.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1906 Hits · Posted on 1/19/2001 by Kevin Yeoman (115)
  13. This album has some of the best period favorites from one of the best reenactor bands there is.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1851 Hits · Posted on 1/24/2001 by John Myers (8868)
  14. Best of the Vanguard Years by Doc Watson (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A 4 CD box set containing several previously unreleased material from Doc.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1804 Hits · Posted on 5/16/2000 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  15. Acoustic Rock ... for real. by Alan Horvath (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    I hope you check out my music ... and my free acoustic guitar tutorials - I've got all the info on open and modal tunings ... just click on my "JAM!" link ......
    URL: http://AlanHorvath.com
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1798 Hits · Posted on 1/10/2000 by Alan Horvath (325)

  16. INTUITE by Pierre Bensusan (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    "Highly-evolved virtuso fingerstyle work - steeped in alternate tunings and influences that span the globe ..." - Pierre Bensusan's first entirely solo, acoustic album.
    URL: http://www.pierrebensusan.com
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1782 Hits · Posted on 7/6/2001 by Rick Payman (10059)

  17. Don realy gets inside the acoustic; lots of harmonics, contrapuntal lines, and refreshing open string uses. Great tunes. A backwoods acoustic version of Tuck Andress, but better.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1698 Hits · Posted on 12/7/1999 by Gregory Battle (34)
  18. Pickin' The Blues by Doc Watson (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    A blues album from Doc and Merle Watson.
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1688 Hits · Posted on 5/28/2001 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  19. Doc Watson On Stage by Doc Watson (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Doc & Merle Watson live. A very good overview of styles that Doc plays (Merle Travis style, blues, flatpicking fiddle tunes...)
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1665 Hits · Posted on 3/24/2000 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  20. Burnt Lips by Leo Kottke (3.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Dark folk from the Acoustic Master
    Recordings: Acoustic/Folk · 1663 Hits · Posted on 4/3/2002 by Tony Cook (2424)