Kin to the Wind: A Troubadour's Magical Journey around the World with No Money by Moro Buddy BohnKin to the Wind: A Troubadour's Magical Journey around the World with No Money by Moro Buddy Bohn

Kin to the Wind: A Troubadour's Magical Journey around the World with No Money

byMoro Buddy Bohn

Paperback | June 22, 2012

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Kin to the Wind is the memoir of Moro, a guitarist and composer, who traveled the world as a troubadour, using only his guitar performances as currency. This talented former member of the world-famous New Christy Minstrels has played in over 50 countries - in royal palaces, in African casbahs, and even on a British warship in trade for his passage across the Indian Ocean. Bedouin smugglers took him across the Arabian Desert in their camel caravan, listening to his music beneath desert stars. Howard Hughespersonally came to hear him at an engagement in Las Vegas, and an Italian duchess who found him performing with a street-dancing flamenco troupe of gypsies in 1961 assisted him in obtaining a visa for Algeria where he then toured during the violent Seven Years' War. Moro's memoir is an account of life's magic, suffused with an almost childlike innocence in his pursuit of dreams and his belief in the goodness of people the world over.

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A gifted virtuoso guitarist and composer,Moro Buddy Bohn first played (and wrote his first composition!) when he was six and performed his first of many concerts when he was twelve. For years he traveled the world as a troubadour, using only his guitar performances as currency. This talented former member of the world-famous New Christ...

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Title:Kin to the Wind: A Troubadour's Magical Journey around the World with No MoneyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:312 pages, 8 × 5.13 × 0.62 inPublished:June 22, 2012Publisher:Travelers TalesLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1609520556

ISBN - 13:9781609520557

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