• The Bluegrass Album Band - My Home Ain't in the Hall of Fame

    In the late '70s, banjo virtuoso and bandleader J.D. Crowe was one of several forward-looking bluegrass artists looking to expand the music's stylistic boundaries. Bands like the Country Gentlemen and the Seldom Scene did so by taking rock & roll songs and giving them relatively traditional bluegrass settings; Crowe's approach, at least temporarily, was to bring steel guitar, electric bass, and drums to bear on bluegrass material.
    EUR 16,54
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  • OSBORNE BOBBY+THE ROCKY TOP X - Try a Little Kindness

    Now, after the retirement of his brother Sonny, Osborne has embarked on a solo career with the Rocky Top X-Press in tow. Bobby Osborne has always possessed one of the most distinctive tenors in bluegrass, and his vocal style remains in great form on Try a Little Kindness.
    EUR 19,19
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  • The Bluegrass Album Band - Bluegrass Album, Vol. 3: California Connection

    On their third album, the Bluegrass Album Band adds some more country-rock to the mix, in the form of the Flying Burrito Brothers' "Devil in Disguise," but they largely stick to bluegrass classics from the likes of Bill Monroe and Flatt & Scruggs.
  • Proper Music Distribution - What It Is

    As in 1999's Slide City, Rob Ickes again combines jazz and swing stylings with the more countrified leanings of the dobro. The results are mixed and, at times, meld into a too-smooth combo resembling light jazz.
    EUR 14,76
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  • SCHATZ MARK+FRIENDS - Steppin' in the Boiler House

    Listening to banjo player Mark Schatz cut loose on "Big Root," it's easy to imagine he learned the song from some old-time banjo player years ago. It's a surprise, then, to learn that Schatz wrote this -- and most of the other songs -- on the album.
    EUR 15,58
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  • Charlie Collins - Old Ties

    Norman Blake will never be known as a revolutionary. His starkly honest guitar picking and gently lulling voice have sounded almost exactly the same for the 30-some years that the Rounder release Old Ties encompasses.
  • Weeds & Water - Weeds & Water

    Riders in the Sky - Cool Water 3:19. Artist : Weeds & Water. Riders in the Sky - West Texas Cowboy 2:54. Drums : Bob Mater. Design : Susan Marsh. Engineer : David Markovitz. Photography : Les Leverett.
    EUR 16,20
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  • Rob Ickes - Big Time

    When Rob Ickes' Hard Times first appeared in 1997, it was one of the most anticipated debuts in modern bluegrass history. Big Time is Ickes' fourth outing. He has followed the path of the artists of old in that he has continued to develop his craft and deepen its nuances.
    EUR 18,83
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  • David Wallace McLaughlin - Blue Diamond

    It proves that the Johnson Mountain Boys remain one of the best progressive bluegrass combos of the '70s and '80s. ~ Thom Owens. The Johnson Mountain Boys - Blue Diamond Mines 5:11. The Johnson Mountain Boys - Duncan and Brady (He's Been on the Job Too Long) 3:18.
    EUR 15,95
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  • TONY UNIT RICE - Acoustics

    Acoustics was released in 1979, some two years after Tony Rice's involvement with the David Grisman Quintet's debut album. Like the Grisman recording, Acoustics proved to be a groundbreaking album for progressive bluegrass musicians.
  • Norman Blake - Back Home in Sulphur Springs

    Norman Blake had been a prominent performer and studio guitarist for over a decade before this solo debut was recorded, and although he had largely made his name playing backup to bigger stars, this is the first of a long string of albums that confirmed Blake's reputation as a master guitarist and songwriter.
    EUR 14,61
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  • CROWE J.D. - My Home Ain't in the Hall of Fame

    In the late '70s, banjo virtuoso and bandleader J.D. Crowe was one of several forward-looking bluegrass artists looking to expand the music's stylistic boundaries. Bands like the Country Gentlemen and the Seldom Scene did so by taking rock & roll songs and giving them relatively traditional bluegrass settings; Crowe's approach, at least temporarily, was to bring steel guitar, electric bass, and drums to bear on bluegrass material.
  • Tony Trischka - New Deal

    He is widely credited -- usually in tandem with fellow pioneering stylist Bill Keith -- with inventing the "melodic" style of bluegrass banjo playing, an approach which focuses on chromatic lines rather than the rhythmic arpeggios of Scruggs-style picking.
  • Merle Travis - Merle Travis in Boston'1959

    Splitting time between instrumentals and vocal numbers like "Dark as a Dungeon," "John Henry," and the ubiquitous "Sixteen Tons," Travis' singing and legendary picking are pristinely recorded, alternating between being darkly chilling and joyously grinning.
    EUR 16,18
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  • Anthony Rice - Cold on the Shoulder

    Bela Fleck, Vassar Clements and Jerry Douglas are just a few of the guests on Cold on the Shoulder, on which Rice performs songs by Bob Dylan, Randy Newman and Rodney Crowell. ~ Jason Ankeny. Tony Rice - Cold on the Shoulder 2:34.
  • DAILEY+VINCENT - Dailey & Vincent

    No punches are pulled on DAILEY & VINCENT, as every bluegrass tradition is expertly nailed: spot-on high harmonies; songs about the mountains, being poor, and loving Jesus; and instrumental chops that put the shredders to shame.
    EUR 15,32
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  • Sam Brush - Late as Usual

    Like many of the modern bluegrass masters who came of age in the 1960s and 1970s, Sam Bush is a multi-instrumentalist who excels no matter which style he is playing. These 1984 sessions feature the leader in a variety of contexts.
    EUR 15,07
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    Kostenloser Versand
  • OSBORNE BOBBY+THE ROCKY TOP X - Try a Little Kindness

    Now, after the retirement of his brother Sonny, Osborne has embarked on a solo career with the Rocky Top X-Press in tow. Bobby Osborne has always possessed one of the most distinctive tenors in bluegrass, and his vocal style remains in great form on Try a Little Kindness.
    EUR 14,56
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    Kostenloser Versand
  • BLAKE NORMAN & RICE TONY - Norman Blake & Tony Rice 2

    Norman Blake / Tony Rice - Eight More Miles to Louisville 2:46. Norman Blake / Tony Rice - It's Raining Here This Morning 3:37. Norman Blake / Tony Rice - Lost Indian 3:06. Norman Blake / Tony Rice - Georgie 2:49.
    EUR 14,66
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  • Proper Music Distribution - What It Is

    As in 1999's Slide City, Rob Ickes again combines jazz and swing stylings with the more countrified leanings of the dobro. The results are mixed and, at times, meld into a too-smooth combo resembling light jazz.
    EUR 14,76
    Aus Schweiz
    Kostenloser Versand
  • Charlie Collins - Old Ties

    Norman Blake will never be known as a revolutionary. His starkly honest guitar picking and gently lulling voice have sounded almost exactly the same for the 30-some years that the Rounder release Old Ties encompasses.
  • SCHATZ MARK+FRIENDS - Steppin' in the Boiler House

    Listening to banjo player Mark Schatz cut loose on "Big Root," it's easy to imagine he learned the song from some old-time banjo player years ago. It's a surprise, then, to learn that Schatz wrote this -- and most of the other songs -- on the album.
    EUR 15,98
    Aus Schweiz
    Kostenloser Versand
  • Tony Trischka - New Deal

    He is widely credited -- usually in tandem with fellow pioneering stylist Bill Keith -- with inventing the "melodic" style of bluegrass banjo playing, an approach which focuses on chromatic lines rather than the rhythmic arpeggios of Scruggs-style picking.
  • The Bluegrass Album Band - My Home Ain't in the Hall of Fame

    In the late '70s, banjo virtuoso and bandleader J.D. Crowe was one of several forward-looking bluegrass artists looking to expand the music's stylistic boundaries. Bands like the Country Gentlemen and the Seldom Scene did so by taking rock & roll songs and giving them relatively traditional bluegrass settings; Crowe's approach, at least temporarily, was to bring steel guitar, electric bass, and drums to bear on bluegrass material.
  • Weeds & Water - Weeds & Water

    Riders in the Sky - Cool Water 3:19. Artist : Weeds & Water. Riders in the Sky - West Texas Cowboy 2:54. Drums : Bob Mater. Design : Susan Marsh. Engineer : David Markovitz. Photography : Les Leverett.
    EUR 16,63
    Aus Schweiz
    Kostenloser Versand
  • Anthony Rice - Cold on the Shoulder

    Bela Fleck, Vassar Clements and Jerry Douglas are just a few of the guests on Cold on the Shoulder, on which Rice performs songs by Bob Dylan, Randy Newman and Rodney Crowell. ~ Jason Ankeny. Tony Rice - Cold on the Shoulder 2:34.
  • Merle Travis - Merle Travis in Boston'1959

    Splitting time between instrumentals and vocal numbers like "Dark as a Dungeon," "John Henry," and the ubiquitous "Sixteen Tons," Travis' singing and legendary picking are pristinely recorded, alternating between being darkly chilling and joyously grinning.
    EUR 16,18
    Aus Schweiz
    Kostenloser Versand
  • ICKES ROB - Big Time

    When Rob Ickes' Hard Times first appeared in 1997, it was one of the most anticipated debuts in modern bluegrass history. Big Time is Ickes' fourth outing. He has followed the path of the artists of old in that he has continued to develop his craft and deepen its nuances.
    EUR 18,83
    Aus Schweiz
    Kostenloser Versand
  • Sam Brush - Late as Usual

    Like many of the modern bluegrass masters who came of age in the 1960s and 1970s, Sam Bush is a multi-instrumentalist who excels no matter which style he is playing. These 1984 sessions feature the leader in a variety of contexts.
    EUR 15,07
    Aus Schweiz
    Kostenloser Versand
  • David Wallace McLaughlin - Blue Diamond

    It proves that the Johnson Mountain Boys remain one of the best progressive bluegrass combos of the '70s and '80s. ~ Thom Owens. The Johnson Mountain Boys - Blue Diamond Mines 5:11. The Johnson Mountain Boys - Duncan and Brady (He's Been on the Job Too Long) 3:18.
    EUR 15,95
    Aus Schweiz
    Kostenloser Versand
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