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I Fall in Love Too Easily

Ralph Towner

 
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Towner unpluged

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Ralph Towner performs.

Beginning his career as a classical pianist, Ralph Towner transitioned to guitar in his senior year of college.

He went on to join Paul Winter's "Consort" assembly during the late 1960s.

Towner foregoes amplification in favor of soothing acoustic classical guitar.

In New York during the '60s he was heavily influenced by hard bop pianist Bill Evans.



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