November 1995 (Issue No. 35)
Interviews with Jorma Kaukonen, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, and the Roches. Lessons on chord embellishment and basic slide guitar. Classical guitars with multiple bass strings. 1988 Hauser III classical guitar.
- Jefferson Airplane
Pastures of Plenty
- Woody Guthrie, arranged by Ramblin' Jack Elliott
Keep On Sailin'
- Dale Miller
- The Roches
Chao de Estrelas
- Silvio Caldas and Orestes Barbosa
In This Issue
KEEP ON TRUCKIN'
Jorma Kaukonen's Hot Tuna turns 25. By James Jensen.
The stringed instruments and musical creations of the Spanish Caribbean. By William R. Cumpiano.
Is Ramblin' Jack Elliott, the legendary troubadour of American folk, finally settling down? By Steve Boisson.
Lori Carson profile; Jerry Garcia in memoriam; reviews of albums by Catfish Keith, Pat Kirtley, Steve Hackett, and more.
From the Studio. By Scott Nygaard.
Slip Slidin' Away. An introduction to slide guitar. By Dale Miller.
Beyond Six Strings. The renaissance of classical guitars with multiple bass strings. By David Harris.
Harmonic Convergence. The Roches capture their singular sound on Can We Go Home Now. By Simone Solondz.
Chord Embellishment. By Dylan Schorer.
Children's recordings; African releases.
Chao de Estrelas.
Guitar armrests; humidity problems with a guitar; guitar refinishing; eliminating tone difference by making a brass nut.
1988 Hauser III. By Rick Turner.