Robert Christgau: Dean of American Rock Critics

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Leo Kottke

Further Notes:

Subjects for Further Research [1970s]: Much as I admire John Fahey, I'm no aficionado of the school of solo guitar he inspired, and though I once complained that Kottke lacked Fahey's "courage and clarity" I think what I really meant was genius--and I have no idea what that means. If a guest were to request Kottke I'd play Capitol's The Best twofer, which I enjoy under duress--the sides he doesn't sing on, that is.