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Geoff Muldaur and Amos Garrett

  • Geoff Muldaur and Amos Garrett [Flying Fish, 1978] B

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Geoff Muldaur and Amos Garrett [Flying Fish, 1978]
Because Garrett's amiable baritone and astringent guitar tend toward blues, this is more coherent Muldaur than either of his Warner solos. And I assume a limited budget curbed some of his sillier experimental fancies, which couldn't have hurt. But his fondness for genteel schlock--tunes by Chopin and Tchaikovsky, a rancid chestnut called "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere"--still grates. B