Vinyl LP pressing. Opening for Leo Kottke in 1975 in the Bay Area, Sandy Bull had expanded his sound even further than we could have imagined in the lost post-Vanguard silence. Rocking the then pretty new rhythm ace drum machine and utilizing pre-recorded tracks of bass and fuzz guitar while adding some pedal steel at one point, Sandy conjures whole new inflections over his classic sound. If you are even a casual fan of guitar music or artists like John Fahey, Jack Rose or Robbie Basho, you owe it to yourself to delve into Sandy Bull & the Rhythm Ace, Live 1976.
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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