Perry Lederman's Music
Perry died in 1995, a year before the first ocean sediment arrived at Joan's door. The sale of his Gibson guitar helped get Joan's kiln #5.
These two people always had terrific appreciation of each others artistry.
George Gruhn said about this acoustic, fusion-driven improvisational guitarist, “By all accounts....when the likes of Jerry Garcia and Jorma Kaukonen were still figuring things out, Perry Lederman was one of the finest finger-pickers in the country".
This World is Not My Home
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Elijah Wald, a music historian who produced this CD said, "Perry was one of the great fingerpickers of the 1960s, a friend and influence to artists including Bob Dylan, John Fahey, Michael Bloomfield, Jerry Garcia, and many, many others. Somehow, though, he never quite got around to making a record until the last months of his life. Perry was a marvelously soulful, funny, insightful, and imaginative player." He died in 1995.