VIDEO: "SILVER STALLION" IN A STONE-WROUGHT CHAPEL ON FOGGED CLARITY

Lou Rogai on his process and covering Lee Clayton: “I build Lewis & Clarke songs around what I write on guitar and piano. If I were to play solo guitar without any accompaniment or arrangement, it would be in the finger-picking style of traditional American songwriters. This style is now being called “American Primitive”, the patron saints of which are John Fahey and Robbie Basho. Though it seems to be fashionable at the present moment, I’ve been playing this way all of my life and was inspired to do so by those great pickers before me. Read the full article