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Keith Rowe

While he began his career in the early 1960's as a mainstream jazz guitarist influenced by Wes Montgomery and Barney Kessel, Keith Rowe eventually fell under the influence of the contemporary avant-garde making waves on both sides of the Atlantic. Rowe resolved to cease tuning his guitar and shortly thereafter played the instrument lying flat like a dulcimer. Further, he de- and re-constructed his guitar, approaching music with a technique similar to that of abstract painter Jackson Pollock. Rowe… Show more

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