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This instrumental album is a strictly guitar duet kind of thing.

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California Guitar Trio - Live in Eugene, OR, 2003
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After many failed plans to catch the California Guitar Trio in performance, my wait was finally rewarded when they came to Eugene's WOW Hall. As some of you may know, Eugene is a college town where the "hippie era" is still thriving and alive, so I believe I picked the ultimate venue to see these three guitar virtuosos perform for my first CGT show.

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California Guitar Trio - Live In Palatine, IL, 2002
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Simplicity versus complexity - it seems the two words are mutually exclusive. However, the California Guitar Trio prove that there are ways in which this is not necessarily true.
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What an interesting collaboration this is.


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California Guitar Trio - Whitewater
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The first thing that I feel compelled to say is that I love the cover of this disc. It is arguably the best album cover of the entire year.

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