Saxophone, clarinet and tarogato with frame drum and vocals.
‘Summons the spirits of Appalachian forefathers, Django Reinhardt and classical sitarist Nikhil Banerjee, among others, weaving a peerless, highly individualistic music that sounds unlike anyone but himself.’
The 1972 LP coupled with an equally rare film from 1970, The Secret Of Sleep.
Zinging folk-blues session discovered in the tape cupboard of a Milwaukee radio station. Originals, Lomax stuff, blues covers. Rated a key influence by David Bowie, Lucinda Williams, John Lennon and co.