The Voice Of An Eagle, a Wolf, and Spirit: Robbie Basho’s Rainbow Thunder

Another Robbie Basho album is now reissued by Kyle Fosburgh​ through his Grass-Tops Recording​ label.
Each time a Basho album is being reissued, humanity improves slightly at present time, but gets the chance of a bigger progress in the future.
What would humanity do with this potential, only time will tell.

This is such an incredible, beautiful and poetic album that it’s almost a crime not to buy it, especially if you like acoustic guitar albums. Especially if you like musicians who never fear of feeling and expressing feelings.
Basho was not a UFO, he was a role model of the connection between heart and mind, and like in every album he released before, Rainbow Thunder demonstrates it perfectly.
It’s a beautiful collection of songs, with only one instrumental, created by an outsider that dedicates an album to the outsiders; To those whom history can’t be forgotten thanks to people like Basho, but whom without these people, time would have passed, the tents would have disappeared. Only the cries of the wolves would have stayed there as a forgotten memory, that like a lunar eclipse, appears only once in a while, howling the history of a man or a women called “Rainbow Thunder”, who played an important role, or who were just ordinary people in their community. Who could know.
robbie basho - rainbow thunder
With this new reissued, the howls can be heard, he’s the eagle, he’s the wolf, he’s the lost souls gathered together in this vessel called body who aches to tell Rainbow’s stories. Click here to listen and buy.

Rainbow Thunder is a collection of songs expressing the feelings and textures of the West in its Prime, and of the Native American Peoples who lived there. I hope it does them some small degree of justice — they who looked so hard into Nature” – Robbie Basho

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