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02 Sep, 2022 | Return|

“Dark’s Guitar”  Sound On!!!  Hello friends of workaholics worldwide. Here’s a BANDCAMP ONLY FULL 11 SONG BOOTLEG ALBUM for I made for a Japanese tour.

FOR JAPAN FULL ALBUM STREAM 

It features a track called “Dark’s Guitar” which is clearly my ode to “Doc’s Guitar” by Doc Watson—a simple melody over some folk and bluegrass chords. I can tell I was improvising a bit on the ol’ four track cassette machine but anyway here’s a full album of some you’ve never heard before and some alternate takes of songs I was working on at the time….made just for the Japanese, and now you.  As a member of my Patreon page, you received all 11 tracks plus a new song every month, plus all commercial releases, plus a lot more, in your inbox already.

I took the cover photo on Oki Island, off the coast of Japan. The whole tour was booked by Keiji Matsumoto of Cafe Goatee in Kamakura. 

Enjoy your amazing lives. Thanks for tuning in to my infrequent blog posts here on my website.

Rock on.

Tim E. in Tennessee 

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