Bluegrass Unlimited - Craig Morris - Banjology

Craig Morris – Banjology

CRAIG MORRIS BANJOLOGY Bluegrass is an egalitarian music. It is grassroots music. There are folks who go to festivals who never even get to the stage, they are so wrapped up in playing the music. Some folks can’t help but share their music with others. Craig Morris is a fine banjo picker and he gathered…

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Bluegrass Unlimited - Cloverpoint Drifters - #2 Unplugged

Cloverpoint Drifters – #2 Unplugged

CLOVER POINT DRIFTERS # 2 UNPLUGGED The Clover Point Drifters are a bluegrass band from Victoria, B.C., Canada and their membership includes Mike Kraft (banjo and vocals), Larry Stevens (resonator guitar and vocals), Dan Parker (mandolin and vocals), Alan Law (guitar and vocals), and George Robinson (bass and vocals). Their latest collection consists of 14…

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Bluegrass Unlimited - Carpenter and May

Carpenter & May

CARPENTER & MAY Violin Shop Records VSR-003 It is obvious by the end of the first song on this new album by Fred Carpenter and Tim May that the virtuosity expected from these two wonderful musicians is in full effect. A wonderfully arranged take on the Beatles’ “We Can Work It Out,” the opening cut…

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Bluegrass Unlimited - Boyd Deering with Jim and Inge Wood - Bridges: The Music of Boyd Deering

Boyd Deering with Jim and Inge Wood – Bridges: The Music of Boyd Deering

BOYD DEERING WITH JIM AND INGE WOOD BRIDGES: THE MUSIC OF BOYD DEERING Marma Music MM 6841 Inspired by the music of the great Kenny Baker long-time fiddler for Bill Monroe and member of eastern Kentucky’s true vine of traditional fiddle music, Boyd Deering wrote these pieces. He enlisted the able fiddle of Jim Wood,…

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The Boxcars

THE BOXCARS Mountain Home Music MH13092 This is a new group that has a super abundance of talent, and this is a debut recording that shows that talent many times over. Start with Keith Garrett, former guitarist for Blue Moon Rising. He’s the centerpiece voice, singing lead on seven of the album’s thirteen tracks and…

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