July 1998 (Issue No. 67)
Michael Hedges Tribute
Remembering Michael Hedges. Interviews with James Taylor, Days of the New, Greg Leisz, Mary Osborne, and Kristin Hersh. Hybrid nylon-string guitars for steel-string players. Lesson on enhancing chords. Key Kord Uke.
Enough to Be on Your Way
- James Taylor
- Kristin Hersh
If I Only Had a Brain
- Harold Arlen, arranged by Mark Hanson
- Bela Fleck
In This Issue
REMEMBERING MICHAEL HEDGES
The inside story of a guitar revolutionary. By Alex de Grassi.
INSIDE THE HOURGLASS
A close-up look at James Taylor's "Enough to Be on Your Way." By Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers.
SKINNY NECKS AND NYLONS
Hybrid nylon-string guitars for steel-string players. By Teja Gerken.
Days of the New; Mary Osborne; advice on Internet composing; Greg Leisz.
Albums by Joel Mabus, Kate Rusby, Matt Flinner, Sharon Isbin, Stefan Grossman and Duck Baker, John McCutcheon and Tom Chapin, and more.
Following Her Muse. Once dubbed the Godmother of Grunge, Kristin Hersh finds a vital voice as an acoustic soloist. By Dan Ouellette.
Raimundo 646 Flamenco; Slider straps. Washburn D31S and D33S.
Enhancing Chords. By Artie Traum.
Solo Fingerstyle. Arranging "If I Only Had a Brain" for fingerstyle guitar. By Mark Hanson.
"Travis." Music by Bela Fleck.
Looking for Nic Jones; amplifying a resonator; Bob Dylan tab.
Key Kord uke. By Ben Elder.