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David Grisman - Bluegrass Reunion (1992)

30-03-2016, 18:44
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Title: Bluegrass Reunion
Year Of Release: 1992
Label: Acoustic Disc
Genre: Bluegrass, Country, Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (log,tracks+cue)
Total Time: 0:47:27
Total Size: 120 / 274 Mb


01. Back Up And Push (Theme) 0:49
02. She's No Angel 02:22
03. I'm Just Here To Ger My Baby Out Of Jail 03:26
04. The Fields Have Turned Brown 04:43
05. To Love And Live Together 02:35
06. I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome 03:34
07. Pigeon Roost 02:14
08. Down Where The River Bends 03:57
09. Love Please Come Home 02:21
10. Letter From My Darlin 03:26
11. Is This My Destiny? 03:04
12. Ashes Of Love 02:18
13. Is It Too Late Now? 03:39
14. Little Maggie 03:00
15. Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone? 04:48
16. Back Up And Push (Theme) 0:38

Red Allen - Baritone (Vocal), Tenor (Vocal), Guitar
Jim Buchanan - Baritone (Vocal), Fiddle
Jerry Garcia - Guitar, Vocals
James Kerwin - Bass
Herb Pedersen - Banjo, Tenor (Vocal)
David Grisman - Baritone (Vocal), Bass (Vocal), Mandolin

This is the fourth release on David "Dawg" Grisman's (mandolin/vocals) highly respected Acoustic Disc record label. While Dawg's multifarious talents in front of the microphone are undeniably brilliant, it is his lesser-lauded behind the scenes work as a conduit for equally skilled sonic craftsmen that is most prominently displayed here. This release gathers a quintet of musicians who at one time or another have crossed paths with Dawg. These range from bluegrass legend Red Allen (guitar/vocal), for whom Grisman cut his teeth as a producer as well as mandolin player in the early '60s, to Jerry Garcia (guitar/vocals), with whom he shared the stage on several occasions — including the all-star bluegrass revivalist combo Old & in the Way. The pinpoint accuracy and opulent soundscape are practically tangible, again thanks to Dawg's self-taught and seemingly innate acoustic recording techniques.Bluegrass Reunion features 20 standards and traditional adaptations by a revolving cast that also includes Herb Pedersen (banjo/vocals), Jim Buchanan (fiddles/vocals), and Jim Kerwin (bass). While there is no surprise that the track list is heavy on the Acuff-Rose catalog, the tastes of the musicians refreshingly delve into some lesser-heard deep cuts. Likewise, these interpretations literally redefine the "high and lonesome sound" with eerie authenticity. This is true of both the pensively emotive reading of Helen Carter's "Is This My Destiny?" to the hot-skillet and high-steppin' instrumental "Pigeon Roost" — the album's sole original composition. Garcia's poignant vocals and lead guitar reinvent the Stanley Brothers' classic "The Fields Have Turned Brown" into a minor noir masterpiece. His loose and throaty reading of "Ashes of Love" is equally inspired as it recalls Johnnie & Jack's classic reading. While there is nary a subpar performance on Bluegrass Reunion, there are several that are explicitly recommended to enthusiasts, including "She's No Angel," "Little Maggie," and "To Love and Live Together." --Lindsay Planer.

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komtxitamo   User offline   30 March 2016 19:19

uploaded please
and thanks for all

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