Song of the Day: Don Ross, “Klimbim”

The more fingerstyle guitar I listen to, the more great fingerstyle players I’m introduced to. Case in point: Don Ross, a fingerstyle player from Montreal who has recorded 21 solo or duet albums since 1989. Don cites Bruce Cockburn (which will make Arlee happy), John Renbourn, Pierre Bensusan, Keith Jarrett and Pat Metheny as influences, and calls his type of music “Heavy Wood,” a combination of blues, jazz, folk and classical music. I know I’ll be listening to much more of his music in the very near future. “Klimbim” is from his 1999 album Passion Session.

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