. . . I had inadvertently started
on the road to doing something that had been lingering in
the back of my mind for some time . . . a whole record with
one single guitar, no overdubs or extra parts; to do a totally
solo acoustic guitar record--in this case, on the baritone
. . . This record is about essentially one sound, basically
one mood, and taking the time to go deep inside that single
. . . these recordings have offered a window into a way
of thinking about music that I honestly found myself drawn
to on that evening, a way that continues to fascinate me in
the subsequent time I have spent with this guitar and tuning.
Also, I have broached a subject that I had only occasionally
addressed and hope to continue to pursue on occasion, possibly
with different guitars--the unique and challenging world of
solo guitar playing.