who can imagine that the most eclectic guitarists from the sixties are combined with modern stringwizards on one CD. I've always loved guitarists, but even missed a couple. That's a compliment to the makers of this CD. Have been a great fan of Steve Mann for ages & own all his LP's, but didn't know the obscure Max Ochs made a (recent) record. And also didn't know Harry Tauusig made it on vinyl, already in the sixties.
I guess the vinyl version of this LP is impossible. But also the "young"ones on this CD are great; most of them I already knew, but the delicate Kaki King is new for me. She has a great sounding, orchestral fluid sound in her playing; reminds me a bit of Michael Hedges.
I'd be able to give only a few additions to this marvelous CD: Fred Gerlach on Folkways (1958) or Elisabeth Cotten. Rating: near perfect!