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Leo Kottke - Cripple Creek
(Live 1998, Memphis, TN )
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Leo Kottke - Cripple Creek
Mudlark (1971) - track 1
Views: 74090 UKMikey
Leo Kottke - Louise
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Leo Kottke - Louise
Greenhouse is American guitarist Leo Kottke's fifth album, his second on the Capitol label, released in 1972. It was recorded in three days. From the liner notes: "In the sense that my guitars were once plants, this record's a greenhouse. There are seven instrumentals and four vocals." It reached No. 127 on the Billboard 200 chart. Writing for Allmusic, music critic Bruce Eder noted that the album was less ambitious that Kottke's previous release and wrote of the album "... Greenhouse is a true solo record that offers several surprises. Over a third of it is made up of vocal numbers, including two that are absolutely superb... Some of the mastering isn't quite as clean here as it is on other titles in Kottke's catalog, but otherwise this is an acceptable reissue of an album that is, perhaps, under appreciated because of its relatively high concentration of vocal numbers by the guitarist." It was re-issued on CD by One Way Records in 1995. The song was written by Paul Siebel and first released in 1970. Editors Note: This is a remix in an effort to improve overall quality.
Views: 520 Jan Hammer
Cripple Creek by Leo Kottke (Cover)
This is a version of Leo Kottke's Cripple Creek that I learned without tabs. I figured it out by listening to it on audio tape so it may sound a little different than his version. The sound man (working the stage under the Budweiser tent) at the Kentucky State Fair recorded this (thank you). This was August of 97.' I was just 22 and spent the two weeks previous to this setting up and working concessions at this event. On the last day of the fair, I asked if I could get up on stage and play. After playing, I was told by him that if I had asked earlier I could have played on stage everyday of the event. Ironically, this is the weekend I met my wife. We're still happily married to this day. We have three kids. She's in the crowd watching me. I keep looking at her - she's to my left. She asked me out later that day. Brings back great memories. I was feeling so self concious. It was hard to focus on my playing. Damn that is one BRIGHT GREEN shirt I was wearing (it came with the job)! All you guitar players out there, you know you do it just to get the girls!!! Well, it works... sometimes.
Views: 2359 Matthew James Hardin
Leo Kottke - "Cripple Creek"
Leo Kottke (born 11 September 1945, Athens, Georgia, U.S.) is an acoustic guitarist. He is widely known for his innovative fingerpicking style, which draws on influences from blues, jazz, and folk music, and his syncopated, polyphonic melodies. This track is off his 1971 album "Mudlark".
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Leo Kottke - Deep River Blues
From Sessions At West 54th Dec 1997. Artist Info... http://www.leokottke.com/cgi-bin/ontour/leotour.cgi
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Acoustic Guitar Lesson - Leo Kottke-style Lesson
Acoustic Guitar contributing editor Doug Young teaches a lesson on playing in the style of fingerstyle legend Leo Kottke. For more info, please visit http://www.acousticguitar.com/lessons
Noodling the Guitar Leo Kottke Style - Acoustic Fingerpicking
Blues Guitar Lessons https://jimbruceguitar.com Please watch: "Acoustic Blues Travellers Guitar Songs" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylqYuIs3ryo
Leo Kottke's "Cripple Creek"
Leo Kottke's Cripple Creek CD - "Murder Ballads and Love Songs for Cello and Voice" iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/josiah-altschuler/id295151569 CDBaby: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/josiahaltschuler Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Josiah-Altschuler/dp/B001IYXPFY
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Jean-Christophe plays "Cripple Creek" by Leo Kottke
extract from the DVD "100th concert in Second Life", recorded on 2008 May 6th at Menorca
Leo Kottke - Last Steam Engine Train
Leo Kottke - Last Steam Engine Train This 1993 appearance was recorded at Fiesta Texas, a musical theme park in San Antonio, for Texas Connection on The Nashville Network (TNN)
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The truth about Little Beaver by Leo Kottke.mov
I've been playing this song since the mid-90s, when I acquired the transcription in Mark Hanson's "The Music Of Leo Kottke"...I had no idea what the title and music were actually referencing, and remained ignorant of it for 16 years. I had always been unquestioningly accepting of the implied "Down-Home-Rustic-slash-Living-In-God's-Country-slash-Beautiful-Simplicity-Of-Nature" thematic associations of 'Little Beaver', never suspecting there might be a more sophisticated backstory to this short piece of sunny guitar music with an environmentally cozy title. Recently, I purchased a copy of the Stropes transcription, which contains in its introduction the enlightening truth of the matter... On my day off today (partially out of boredom), I put together a video to illustrate this truth, with the primary agenda being the airing out of my own rendition. My recording was done last year on a Taylor custom GS tuned to A440, drop-D, with a capo on the second fret, so the song actually sounds in the key of E. The guitar was recorded in my apartment using a Zoom H2 handheld recorder. I added the bass in Garage Band to give it a bit more jaunt and pep. 16 years ago, Mark Hanson's transcription was the only game in town. There were only a few discrepancies that I could detect in his otherwise magnificent -- and very helpful -- effort. As it turns out, though, Leo doesn't quite play it this way live. Mark appears to have notated some of the plunky synthesized stuff that was layered in with Leo's playing on the "Shout Towards Noon" recording (which, I believe, is what Mark used to generate his transcription). A short clip of Leo playing this piece live (and the errantly-transcribed section) can be found on a YouTube video promoting a 2010 Kottke Workshop at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and anyone familiar with Mark's transcription can immediately hear the difference. That having been said, I still kinda dig the Mark Hanson version.
Views: 2849 whitebreadandgoatman
Leo Kottke - The Ice Field
The Ice Field
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Leo Kottke - Enderlin
I've been loving the films of Terrence Malick and what better way to celebrate with the upload of a little synchronicity. Recently I found this mixtape with a guy called Robbie Basho, whom I'd never even heard of. So then I find out that he was once part of the Takoma label, I then stumbled across this other guy Leo Kottke, I listen to one track of his and think, sounds a bit like the guitar from Days of Heaven and sure enough... And I quote: 'I met this guy named Ding-Dong. He told me the whole Earth is goin' up in flame. Flames will come out of here and there and they'll just rise up. The mountains are gonna go up in big flames, the water's gonna rise in flames. There's gonna be creatures runnin' every which way, some of them burnt, half of their wings burnin'. People are gonna be screamin' and hollerin' for help. See, the people that have been good - they're gonna go to heaven and escape all that fire. But if you've been bad, God don't even hear you. He don't even hear ya talkin'
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Watermelon (12 string) - by Leo Kottke (cover)
One of the funnest songs to play. In Open D: Song by Leo Kottke Album "6 and 12 string guitar"
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Play Corina Corina like Leo Kottke with dropped D tuning
http://PatrickNeilBarber.com Drops low E down to D and do what I do. Sounds difficult. Watch how easy it is.
Views: 1735 Pat Barber
Louise - Leo Kottke
Written by Paul Siebel, I first heard this played by Leo Kottke. Leo plays it in dropped D tuning, but it suits me better in C and capoed up. Anyway I do not have Leo Kottkes beautiful voice and masterful phrasing. I have listened a lot to Leo Kottke, but I find it difficult to actually play his songs.
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Leo Kottke - Little Martha
Leo Kottke - Little Martha http://www.fretplay.com/tabs/k/kottke_leo/little_martha-tab.shtml
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Leo Kottke - Mona Ray
Mona Ray
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Scarlatti Ripoff
Composer- Leo Kottke. From his 1975 release "Chewing Pine." Played on an early Larrivee mahogany 12 string.
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Owls, by Leo Kottke
A "field" recording in the mountains of Montana. I was speaking to George Winston about Leo Kottke a few years ago and he mentioned one of his favorite pieces of Leo's was "Owls," at the time I was not that familiar with the tune but followed up with it later on at the request of several of my compadres who wanted to learn the piece as close as possible to the way it was recorded by Kottke. It is in a unique tuning for Kottke, standard but with the two lowest strings tuned to C and G. This was my first time trying to record in an uncontrolled environment. Between the black bears that roamed through the yard on one day, some rodent critter constantly ruining takes with his chirping, and the wind, we had to go with the best we could get out of what was shot. The guitar is a stellar sounding, very fancy pearl trimmed Božo, built by Božo Podunavac in the 90s as a "Leo Kottke custom."
Views: 5767 Andrew Lardner
Leo Kottke - Vaseline Machine Gun
Leo Kottke - Vaseline Machine Gun - from an early 70ies TV show - vintage Leo! UPDATE: because of the comments I keep this uploaded, but there's a better quality version of this video now here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBGasq94rSs
Views: 1326497 tmjcbs
Sheldon Online Academy: Leo Kottke-Thoughts on a 12-String Guitar
Guitarist extraordinaire Leo Kottke gives tips and thoughts on playing (or not playing) a 12-string guitar.
Cover of "Louise" by Paul Siebel
Bonnie Raitt and Leo Kottke did great versions of this song, but Paul's original is still my favorite.
Views: 11139 Bill Lowe
Crow River Waltz
Written by Leo Kottke in the late 1960's and appearing on his iconic "6 and 12 String Guitar" album, "Crow River Waltz" is one of the few waltzes that he's written for guitar. As one of his more "approachable "tunes, it's been covered by many guitarists over the years. Played here on a Taylor LKSM-12 guitar.
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Leo Kottke - Last Steam Engine Train
From the album Greenhouse (1972)
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Leo Kottke - Stealing
Mudlark (1971) - track 6
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Rings (Harvey/Reeves, arr. Kottke)
Written by Alex Harvey and Eddie Reeves. Arranged by Leo Kottke. Performed by Bruce Head. Dropped D tuning (DADGBE), capoed 4th fret. Vocals processed using DigiTech Vocalist Live 4.
Views: 2107 Bruce Head
Leo Kottke:  Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring.
Leo Kottke: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring - (Johann Sebastian Bach), 1969. ꜜ ꜜ ꜜ Leo Kottke: 12-String Guitar CD: Leo Kottke - "6- & 12-String Guitar" - (1969)
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Leo Kottke - The Fisherman
(June 22, 1977 - Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Vaud, Switzerland)
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OWLS - Leo Kottke (cover)
Re-uploaded because of an audio problem. I wouldn't know what genre of guitar music to put this in unless there is something like a banjo/waltz category. The guitar is tuned to A E B E G# C#, which is lowered a step or two from the original recording. Part of the reason this is a favorite is because of the rich sounds produced by the intentional accent of the high octave strings of the 12-string guitar, particularly in the 3/4 time mid section. In the right hands this song would sound very nice played without picks, but lack of fingernails prevents me from being able to hit the individual strings of the 12-string pairs when playing bare-fingered. I first transcribed this over 30 years ago, including a couple early attempts in the wrong tuning. Finally in 2009 a few parts were revamped for (hopefully) the last time. As usual, the playing sounds a lot less accurate and less rhythmic to me on playback than it does while I'm recording, which is something I need to work through. But given the long, quiet section with lots of opportunities to flub it, and my microphone-shy fingers, this is the best I can capture at the moment.
Views: 11971 pitts8rh
Snorkel by Leo Kottke
This is one of the first Leo tunes I learned, I really dig it.
Views: 436 Kyle Blatz
Little Martha - Leo Kottke
Leo Kottke's song played by Korean Guitarist HoJun Lee
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"Snorkel" - Leo Kottke Cover - 12-String
First song on the 12-string. It's difficult to make individual notes sound, hence the often terrible-sounding squeaking you hear when I don't quite squeeze all the way down. Nevertheless, it's a fun instrument to play and it sounds great. Also, this is the first video I have uploaded directly from Final Cut, which is cool.
Views: 242 Chandler Cox
Leo Kottke - Corrina, Corrina
(Live 1998, Memphis, TN )
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Leo Kottke - Pamela Brown
Pamela Brown
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Leo Kottke - Sleepwalk
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Peg Leg by Leo Kottke (Updated Practice)
This is not an easy song, but it sure is fun to learn. And for those wondering about tabs... There are no really well defined tabs, the ones found at Tabpigs with mark hanson's help are great for referencing. The rest of the fretting is picked up from the 2 video's of leo playing it live.
Views: 431 Jim Sippel
Poor Boy - Bottleneck Slide
Poor Boy - Bottleneck Slide This is another old one, although John Fahey made it famous. I learned it from a Leo Kottke album. The Chet Atkins and Mark Knopfler "Poor Boy Blues" is a branch off the same line...and the video is cute and very funny. You can hear more of my original music on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/jens-hegg It is in open D tuning. I'm playing with a wine bottle neck. See my Goodnight Irene video for more about that slide. This is also shot with a Panasonic FZ35 and EQ'd in Garageband.
Views: 1891 Jens Hegg