Preston Reed, says the biography on his official website, "has virtually reinvented how the acoustic guitar is played." He plays in "a flamboyant self-invented style, characterized by percussive techniques and simultaneous rhythm and melody lines that dance and ricochet around each other."
Well, there's certainly a lot going in Reed's peformances and recordings and his technique is amazing. You certainly won't be bored, but the intenseness of much of his music may not be to everyone's taste.
As well as gigs with the likes of Bonnie Raitt and Linda Ronstadt, Reed has found time to record 15 albums since 1979, including Border Towns, released by Capitol in 1993. The MP3 of the title song is taken from a cassette copy of the album.
If this album sounds as if it might appeal to you, a new or used copy of the CD can be had very cheaply -- for as little as $0.52! A half dozen of Preston Reed's albums are available as downloads, but Border Towns is not.
From YouTube here's Reed playing Border Towns at the Fox Theater in Redwood City, Calif., on Oct. 20, 2011. Great view of his technique but sound is predictably subpar.