At 81, Ernest Ranglin is still one of the greatest and subtlest musicians on the planet

“At 81, Ernest Ranglin is still one of the greatest and subtlest musicians on the planet that you might not have discovered. The man credited with inventing ska — that’s his arrangement in Little Millie Small’s ‘My Boy Lollipop’ from 1964 — is still making vital music. His specialty is inserting his sweet, gently astonishing guitar lines into all styles.” — David Dye, NPR Heavy Rotation/World Cafe