Travis Edward Pike's follow-up memoir reveals a reservoir of craft and creativity

Travis Edward Pike's follow-up to his earlier musical memoir describes his artistic development while sharing the stories of his performances over the course of a storied decade.
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TRAVIS EDWARD PIKE
1964-1974: A DECADE OF ODD TALES AND WONDERS
Otherworld Cottage Industries (Paperback)
★★★★

By Lee Zimmerman

Travis Edward Pike’s name and reputation may still reside below the surface of general public awareness, but it’s clearly not through a lack of trying. He’s created a veritable cottage industry consisting of numerous albums, books and other output reflecting his prodigious talents as a singer, songwriter and storyteller.

This follow-up to his earlier musical memoir, Odd Tales and Wonders, 1964-1974: A Decade of Performance describes his artistic development while sharing the stories of his performances over the course of a storied decade and the lyrics to the dozens of songs that populate his self-recorded efforts. It is, in every sense, a remarkable reservoir of craft and creativity.