Partly Kottke, with a slight chance of strain
Mr. Cahill states in his article [“Finger Pickin’ Good,” Jan. 23] that Leo Kottke, in his liner notes on his 1969 album (with the armadillo on the front), likened his playing to “geese farts on a muggy day”? On my copy of that album, it is his voice that is compared with geese farts, not his playing. I’ve heard Mr. Kottke’s voice. The weather is not so muggy.
Tenney Ford, San Rafael