Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by pmsummer, Sep 25, 2012.
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with Hesperus, Family, and Friends
CAROLS FOR ALL SEASONS
Jean Ritchie - vocals & dulcimer
Robert Abramson - harpsichord
LaNoue Davenport - recorder
Terry Allen & the Panhandle Mystery Band - Smokin' the Dummy. Fate Records.
OF RIVERS AND RELIGION
John Fahey and his Orchestra
John Fahey – guitar
Chris Darrow – guitar, dobro, fiddle, mandolin
Joel Druckman – double bass
Jack Feierman – trumpet
Ira Nepus – trombone
Joanne Grauer – piano, calliope
Nappy La Mare – banjo
Alan Reuse – banjo
Joe Darensbourgh – clarinet
Reprise – BGO Records
Late for sure, but I just got a copy of it yesterday, and I can't believe how good it sounds:
American Epic box set
Simon and Garfunkel - Wednesday Morning 3 A.M.
Good Morning Music
Terry Allen - “Bottom of the World”
Recently picked up Lucinda Williams' new recording Sweet Old World.
A complete re-recording of her album of 25 yrs ago.
The guitar work is amazingly good. Treat yourself and check it out!
This Dwight Yoakam record was recommended to me by my cousin who is a blugrass fan and he was spot on with this one. Really caught me by surprise, I will need to spin it again but I really liked what I heard. The Alison Krauss is a nice intro to her material and her cover of "Baby, Now That I Found You" by The Foundations is perfection.
Ann Arbor, MI
1 December 2007
13 March 1989
24 April 1996
Found this while looking for my favorite version of 'Killing The Blues" by the Malcolm Holcombe Group.
Quite a nice collection.
Perhaps many of you already know this, but for streaming awesome Americana, I highly suggest Boot Liquor. Their library/database is excellent.
Ollabelle - S/T
Joe Ely~ Musta Notta Gotta Lotta
Interesting name, will have to check it out. Thanks for the heads up.
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