Far from being truly a cryptic note scribbled with a tarot cards audience, A.C. Forehand was the spouse and musical partner of Blind Mamie Forehand. She certainly surpasses him in both weird-name division and musical fervor, occasionally drowning the indegent man’s anxious electric guitar strumming out totally with the audio of her hard banging classic cymbals. Both were road performers in Memphis, between the first documented in the genre or classification of street-corner and storefront gospel music. The duo cut just a few game titles in the past due ’20s, however the songs have grown to be treasured documents of early American primitive gospel, released again and again on different early blues and gospel anthologies, appealing to particular focus on the Forehand legacy when included on a series constructed by John Fahey’s Revenant label. After American Primitive, Vol. 1 premiered there is no second quantity in sight, resulting in speculation a.C. Forehand and partner could just be an difficult act to check out.