Arthur Cothary | Wishing Well

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Wishing Well

by Arthur Cothary

Original solo acoustic guitar instrumentals in the claw-hammer finger-picking style with some slide and played on resonator instruments. The last piece is electric improvisation.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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1. Old Man Winter
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2. Blow The Whistle
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3. Red Cloud's War
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4. The Unknown Country
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5. The Dream
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6. Bessimo
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7. Wishing Well
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8. Sunny And Sid
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9. Nine Pound Johnson
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10. Low Down
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11. Skip's Trip
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12. Winter Solstice
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Americana Primitiva.

I have reached a point where I do not want to tell people what to think, I want to give them an opportunity to think. This music is background stuff. Put it on and write a letter. Or take an early morning drive. At its best I hope that it is poetry. At its worst it might seem boring and self indulgent…
What follows is done in the spirit of throwing paint at an empty canvas. These pieces are crude stories. We live at a time when access to information is overwhelming, and yet misinformation, disinformation, xenophobia and greed rule the day. I’m just stepping back and trying to listen to my guitar. If there’s anything there, perhaps you can hear it too.


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