In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever <http://www.furious.com/perfect/index0221.html
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Folk guitarist's many sides via box set by Richie Unterberger
"The unnervingly eclectic, mysterious acoustic guitar maestro Robbie Basho released more than a dozen albums before his 1986 death without attracting anything larger than a small if avid cult following. More than half a dozen live albums were posthumously issued, and nearly an hour of early-'70's outtakes appeared in early 2020 on Real Gone's Songs of the Great Mystery. Could there really be that much more worth hearing? And is there enough of an audience to justify the release of a five-disc set of previously unreleased Basho tapes?"
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