Voice of an Eagle, GFF16, The Glad Cafe 20 February 2016

voice of an eagle

Voice of an Eagle: The Enigma of Robbie Basho, ft. Bards of Caledon & Other Lands

The Glad Cafe

 voice of an eagle

Saturday 20 February, 2016 7.30 p.m.

 Glasgow Film Festival & The Glad Cafe present: Voice of the Eagle: The Enigma of Robbie Basho ft. Bards of Caledon & Other Lands with live performance by Bards of Caledon & Other Lands (Wounded Knee & Fudge Fingas)
 A feature-length quest by documentary filmmaker Liam Barker, Voice of an Eagle delves deep into the life of the unsung master of American primitivism, outcast folk music and spiritual mysticism; Robbie Basho. An underground visionary, Basho influenced countless musicians such as John Fahey, Glenn Jones and Country Joe McDonald, decades before they themselves went on to become influential.

Artists Drew Wright (aka Wounded Knee) and Gavin Sutherland (aka Fudge Fingas) new project ‘Bards of Caledon & Other Lands’ is heavily inspired by the works of Basho, and the duo will compliment the screening with with spoken word and performance.

Director Liam Barker
UK 2015, 1h20m, N/C 15+

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