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Leo Kottke - Power Failure album flac Performer: Leo Kottke
Title: Power Failure
Released: 1975
Country: US
MP3 album: 1523 mb
FLAC album: 1107 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Genre: Folk and Country

The liner notes were written by Dr. Demento.

and Canada by Chrysalis Music Corp. Climbing out of open windows, Crashing down from broken stairs, Keeping watch on smoking cinders, Falling over burning chairs.

Leo Kottke - Power Failure Songtext. Tossed and crossed, and screwed in transit. Broken, splintered, bruised and thrown. Badly shattered, gale forced frighty, Rushed across and shown alone. Speech reduced by poor relations strung from weeks of self-abused, chopped up, churned out, weeks of greazy Spark plugs burnt up power's fused. Teile diesen Songtext.

This remarkable Leo Kottke set, when he opened for Linda Ronstadt at the Greek Theater, captures him at a peak time, just as he was releasing his classic Chewing Pine album. Not surprisingly, this set features a good chunk of that material. Kottke's astounding guitar skills are here in abundance and fans of his earlier albums will be delighted with his choice of material on this night. The set opens with a double dose of material from the new album, "Standing On The Outside" and "Regards From Chuck Pink," both soon to become staples among Kottke's live repertoire. Following these, he delves back a bit and performs "Tiny Island.

Leo Kottke 1971-1976: Did You Hear Me? Beat Goes On. 2:23.

Leo Kottke ‎– Power Failure. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Power Failure ‎(7", Single, Promo).

For decades, Leo Kottke would inspire generations of fingerpicking acoustic guitarists (and help pave the way for New Age and contemporary instrumental music), but this 1969 album is the one that started it all. Kottke's brilliant debut was released, fittingly, on John Fahey's Takoma label. Showing the influence of Fahey himself (and Takoma labelmate Robbie Basho), Kottke performs impossibly difficult solo compositions that meld blues, bluegrass, and jazz techniques.

Tracklist

Power Failure 2:20
Power Failure 2:20

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
P-4177 Leo Kottke Power Failure ‎(7", Single, Promo) Capitol Records P-4177 US 1975
4177 Leo Kottke Power Failure ‎(7", Single) Capitol Records 4177 US 1975