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Episode #1042

Vaults: Leo Kottke

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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Guitarist Leo Kottke sat in with host John Schaefer for this April 1994 From the Vaults show. Kottke, the hero of 6- and 12-string guitarists everywhere, is also a fabulously entertaining storyteller. Tonight we hear some of his tall tales and short songs, like the one about the torpedo fuel in the baguette, and music for Paul Bunyan.

PROGRAM #1042 "With guest Leo Kottke" (First aired April 12, 1994)

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Leo Kottke

Live

"Peg Leg"{4:00}

Appears on Peculiaroso.
See below.

Peculiaroso

"Parade"{3:00}
"Porky and Pale" {2:30}

Private Music #82111.** Also available at Amazon.com*

Live

"Airproofing" {4:00}

From the 1976 self-titled release, “Leo Kottke.” Complete discography available at www.leokottke.com

Peculiaroso

"Wonderland by Night"{3:30}

See above.

Live

"World Made to Order"{3:30}

Appears on Peculiaroso.

Live

"Oddball"{3:30}

Appears on the 1990 CD "That's What" Private Music 2068-2-P. Available at Amazon.com*

Live

"Regards from Chuck Pink"{3:30}

Appears on 1975 / 1992 "Chewing Pine" One Way Records S21-18461. Available at Amazon.com*

Jonathan Winters w/Leo Kottke Paul Bunyan "Sleet Suite" (excerpts){5:00} Rabbit Ears #WD-0717. Seems to be out of print. Try Amazon.com and auction sites.

*, ** - Find the recordings you've heard - go to the New Sounds Recordings Information page

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Comments [1]

Lynn McGuire

That was so cool!

May. 09 2012 08:04 PM

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