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Jerry Douglas, Mike Auldridge & Rob Ickes - Three Bells (2014)

17-09-2014, 19:55
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Jerry Douglas, Mike Auldridge & Rob Ickes - Three Bells (2014)

Artist: Jerry Douglas, Mike Auldridge & Rob Ickes
Title Of Album: Three Bells
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Rounder
Genre: Country, Bluegrass
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 44:40 min
Total Size: 102 / 247 MB


1. Silver Threads Among the Gold (4:20)
2. North (5:28)
3. Till There Was You / Moon River (2:44)
4. Dobro Heaven (5:56)
5. Sunrise Serenade (3:15)
6. The Perils of Private Mulvaney (3:45)
7. The Three Bells (4:11)
8. For Buddy (3:39)
9. The Message (3:08)
10. Panhandle Rag (4:20)
11. I’m Using My Bible For a Roadmap (3:54)

Three Bells is an historic collaboration between Dobro masters Jerry Douglas (13-time Grammy winner and three-time Country Music Association Musician of the Year, dubbed by James Taylor "the Muhammad Ali of the Dobro"), Mike Auldridge (1970's pioneer, member of The Seldom Scene, and sideman for Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt), and Rob Ickes of Blue Highway, the most awarded instrumentalist in the history of the International Bluegrass Music Association. Three Bells finds these master musicians employing their prodigious talents to create a set of spare, emotionally-affecting instrumental performances of original tunes and venerable pop and country numbers. Three Bells is these musicians' first work together since 1994's Grammy-winning The Great Dobro Sessions, and features the final recordings of Douglas' longtime friend and mentor Auldridge, who passed away shortly after the sessions were completed.

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