|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Waters In Azure||4||Audio||2003||Strange Attractors Audio House|
|2||Unknown Music 1: Alien Letter||11||Audio||2005||Sillyboy|
|3||Unknown Music II: Transwarp Meditation||7||Audio||2005||Preservation|
|4||7Books||7||Audio||2004||Strange Attractors Audio House|
|5||Late Summer Morning||6||Audio||2006||Strange Attractors Audio House|
|6||Last Days Of The Dragons||8||Audio||2006||Locust Music|
|7||In The Morning Twilight||6||Audio||2006||Kning Disk|
|8||Unknown Music V - O Som Naha - A Hardcore Meditation||12||Audio||2010-01-00||Beartown Records|
|9||Rivers And Bridges||6||Audio||2003-02-18||Strange Attractors Audio House|
|10||IS||6||Audio||2009||Architects Of Harmonic Rooms And Records|
|11||Song Of The Earth||7||Audio||2000||Sublingual Records|
|12||Landscapes In Exile||6||Audio||Blue Moment Arts|
German guitarist and composer (born 1953).
At the age of 17 he taught himself to play acoustic guitar and in 1978 formed the folk band [a=Wacholder]. In 1979, influenced by the American guitarist [a=Leo Kottke], he began performing solo instrumental music on 6- and 12-string guitar. Throughout the 1980s he became influenced by artists on [a=John Fahey]'s [l=Takoma] Records label. During this period he discovered the music of [a=Robbie Basho], and subsequently became interested in Japanese haiku poet [a=Matsuo Basho], who had influenced Robbie Basho. Steffen Junghans incorporated the name 'Basho' into his own, as a mark of respect. Throughout the 1980s he lectured on acoustic guitar history and performed numerous concerts. His music, unorthodox explorations between traditions and experimentation, is influenced by North American Indian, Asian, New music and European classical music.