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Michael Hedges described Taproot as an "autobiographical myth told in music". The album showed a departure from the solo guitar that made him famous and a move towards ensemble pieces. Taproot served to showcase Hedges' technical prowess and his ear for lush polyphony. The album's closing track is the lone vocal - a spellbinding setting of poem by e. e. cummings with soaring background vocals from his friends David Crosby and Graham Nash.
It received a nomination for Best New Age Album in the 1991 Grammy Awards and spent 22 weeks on the Billboard New Age Albums charts. Unavailable and out-of-print for some time now, it is Valley Entertainment's extreme pleasure to help keep the work of Michael's tragically short career alive.
Get the CD now - before it's February 1, 2011 release date!
We are sorry but we can not offer digital copies of the Windham Hill Records catalog at this time. Please enjoy 30 second samples from the album listed below!