Geoff Farina – Best LPs acquired in 2011

Geoff Farina – Best LPs acquired in 2011

  1. Duster Bennett: 12DBs (Duster’s version of “A Woman Without Love” is priceless.)
  2. Bill Monroe: Uncle Pen
  3. Bill Monroe: I Saw the LIght (Featuring the late, great Edd Mayfield on guitar.)
  4. Pierre Bensusan: Près De Paris
  5. Thelonius Monk: Brilliant Corners
  6. Chet Atkins: In 3 Dimensions (A gift from one of my favorite Chicago guitarists.)
  7. Dave Van Ronk: Inside
  8. The Dillards: Decade Waltz (The best post-Doug release I’ve heard.)
  9. Aboriginal Music Ltd.: Audio/Visual (A box set from Juma Sultan‘s archiving project that I worked on a few years ago.)
  10. The Country Blues edited by Samuel B. Charters (This was the original LP companion to Charters seminal The Country Blues, still the most genuine, passionate book on the subject after many decades.)

 

About Geoff Farina
Jazzy fingered former guitarist and vocalist of cult band Karate, now fronting Glorytellers and playing solo and as a duo with Chris Brokaw. Lovely guy. Very tall.