Fifty years ago, Harry Taussig and Max Ochs were featured on a sampler LP, 'Contemporary Guitar - Spring '67', alongside John Fahey, Robbie Basho, and Bukka White. Both guitarists were "re-discovered" by Tompkins Square in , and have since released new recordings for the label.
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Oct 20, · I don't have a favorite album, but Contemporary Guitar: Spring is my favorite album. Ever. Max Ochs and Harry Taussig get two tracks apiece, John Fahey and Robbie Basho get one, and ancient bluesman Bukka White is transplanted from a neighboring zeitgeist and given nearly six minutes of this compilation's time. /5(2).
The following year Taussig recorded two songs for the compilation Contemporary Guitar: Spring '67 for John Fahey's Takoma label. The album featured similar American primitive guitarists, including Fahey, Max Ochs, Robbie Basho and Bukka White. Taussig's only live performances during this period were informal sessions for friends.
Dec 03, · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Robbie Basho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White - Contemporary Guitar - Spring '67 at Discogs. Complete your Robbie Basho / John Fahey / Max Ochs / Harry Taussig / Bukka White /5(20).
"Maryland's Max Ochs recorded two influential guitar pieces on a long out-of-print Takoma LP, 'Contemporary Guitar Spring '67', alongside tracks by John Fahey, Bukka White, Robbie Basho and Harry Taussig.