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Peter Walker


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Peter Walker is an American guitarist playing in the popular-folk tradition. He first gained recognition in the Greenwich Village folk scene of the Sixties before recording two albums in the mid-to-late sixties described as American folk-raga. He has studied with Ravi Shankar and Ali Akbar Khan, and was Dr. Timothy Leary’s musical director. In recent years, he has become more interested in and reflective of Spanish Flamenco styles.


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  • Profess_r

    Two Peter Walkers? Well now, that really jostles my jimmies!

    23 Sep 2010 Reply
  • miles_of_smiles

    Peter Walker with Nancy Elizabeth (Leaf) and James Blackshaw/Jozef van Wissem (Brethren of the Free Spirit) at Cecil Sharp House, London tomorrow (Sunday 22nd)

    21 Mar 2009 Reply
  • Subhuman1016

    two peter walkers? what a bummer--the only peter walker for me is the one that started out in the sixties.

    6 Aug 2008 Reply
  • papaye8m

    i love peter walker

    18 Nov 2007 Reply
  • BackwardsBoy

    man i wish this genius wasnt confused with some other pop average joe.

    28 May 2007 Reply
  • skerzo

    Anyone know when the flamenco album is coming out?

    20 Apr 2007 Reply
  • purple_prince

    'er needs to sort out their artists with the same name double up problems' It will never happen

    9 Feb 2007 Reply
  • teddywong

    someone please change the caps

    5 Jan 2007 Reply
  • teddywong

    er needs to sort out their artists with the same name double up problems

    29 Dec 2006 Reply
  • HocusPocusTY

    What's with the all caps?

    16 May 2006 Reply

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