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|Bright Morning Stars
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The Billboard-charting WAILIN JENNYS continue their role as one of the most popular acts in modern folk. On this latest album, Nicky Mehta, Ruth Moody and Heather Masse have enlisted the support of award-winning producer/engineer MARK HOWARD (Bob Dylan, Lucinda Williams, U2, Daniel Lanois, Emmylou Harris, Marianne Faithful, Willie Nelson) to add extra sizzle to the project. Their first studio project in 4 years, the album follows on the heels of their still-charting Live at the Mauch Chunk Opera House. With a major tour starting February 2011 (as well as more concert dates and appearances on a PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION later in the year), this is sure to be major folk release with it's infectious radio friendly tracks.
|Silence In These Walls
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Finger Pickin, Head Bangin, Deep Fried versions of the greatest rock songs of all time!
Steve N Seagulls take AC/DC, Metallica and Led Zeppelin to a barn dance and blow the doors off.
Comprising of bumpkin beats, clodhopper chords, rural riffs and villager vocals, FARM MACHINE is the first ever Spinefarm release to feature barnyard boogie and lummox lullabies on the same album.
|The Complete Mercury Recordings
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This anthology of all 28 Flatt & Scruggs Mercury sides came out a decade ago, but this remastered reissue not only upgrades the sound considerably, it also presents the tracks in chronological order with song-by-song credits and extensive notes: Foggy Mountain Breakdown; Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms; Salty Dog Blues; Take Me in a Lifeboat; Pike County Breakdown , and more essential bluegrass!
Fresh off their pioneering stint with Bill Monroe, guitarist-vocalist Lester Flatt and banjo master Earl Scruggs waxed these 28 seminal cuts for the tiny Mercury label between 1948 and 1950. The duo and their Foggy Mountain Boys attack the music with an urgency that even Monroe's Blue Grass Boys were hard-pressed to equal. Scruggs's rolling three-fingered banjo technique is as important to bluegrass as any other innovation; without competition from Monroe's mandolin, his banjo became the music's primary driving force and the engine that propels most of these songs. "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" and "Farewell Blues" are banjo tour de forces that will never be matched. Original gospel numbers find Scruggs applying his fingerpicking technique to guitar, à la Merle Travis, and feature sharp group harmonies. Most of these original secular songs have become bluegrass standards, even though the pair refused to call their refined mountain music bluegrass. --Marc Greilsamer
|All The Hits: The Ultimate Collection
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Brand: Thomas, B. J.
|Echo In The Valley
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Echo in the Valley is the follow up to Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn's acclaimed, self-titled debut that earned the 2016 Grammy for Best Folk Album. This time around, the mission was to take their double banjo combination of three-finger and clawhammer styles 'to the next level and find things to do together that we had not done before,' says Béla. The results are fascinating, especially considering their strict rules for recording: all sounds must be created by the two of them, the only instruments used are banjos, and they must be able to perform every recorded song live. Co-written by Fleck and Washburn with wild re-imaginings of Appalachian music, Echo in the Valley is a reflection of the times, from the emphatic mantra 'Don't Let It Bring You Down' to 'Come All You Coal Miners,' written from the point of view of coal miner advocate Sarah Ogan Gunning. The duo's front-porch, minimalist aesthetic includes seven banjos between them, from Béla's 1937 Gibson Mastertone to a banjo ukulele and a massive, restored 1905 upright banjo bass. With one eye on using the banjo to showcase America's rich heritage and the other pulling the noble instrument from its most familiar arena into new and unique realms, Echo in the Valley is a wildly innovative and beautiful body of art.
|10 Years Of Greatest Hits
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With 10 hot hits re-recorded for his new Columbia label, Vern geniously makes the old new by resurrecting his most popular tunes. I Can Tell by the Way You Dance (You're Gonna Love Me Tonight); Slow Burnin' Memory; Friday Night Feeling; Till the End; Time Stood Still, and more!
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The SteelDrivers are back! The three time Grammy® nominated bluegrass-meets-soul band has threaded the roots of bluegrass music with the distinctive threads of their own design, bringing together country and soul to create their own unapologetic hybrid of new music with the old feeling. Hammer Down, their third release on Rounder Records, is set for release February 5, 2013 (International release dates vary).
The SteelDrivers brand of bluegrass intense, dark, poetic, and inescapably human is a refreshing reminder of the timeless power of string band music, and is captured perfectly on the new Hammer Down. The band has gone through a few changes since they first hit the national scene in 2008 with their self-titled debut, but their songs and sound remain fresh and powerful.
The SteelDrivers are banjo player Richard Bailey, bass/vocalist Mike Fleming, guitar/vocalist Gary Nichols, fiddler/vocalist Tammy Rogers and mandolinist Brent Truitt. Produced by Luke Wooton, Hammer Down is a collection of 10 new tunes from original members Chris Stapleton and Mike Henderson, as well as Rogers and Nichols. The set also includes the songs I ll Be There and Cry No Mississippi that Nichols co-wrote with John Paul White one-half of the band The Civil Wars.
The English pop star Adele was so smitten with the band that she began performing their song, If It Hadn't Been For Love, in her live performances. Throughout 2013, The SteelDrivers will be touring nationwide at clubs and festivals.
|Smoky Mountain Bluegrass Collection - 72 Classics
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THE LEADER IN CLASSIC BLUEGRASS COLLECTIONS. Rural Rhythm is launching a new BLUEGRASS COLLECTION Series with the specially priced 3 CD Set SMOKY MOUNTAIN BLUEGRASS COLLECTION 72 CLASSICS. This 3 CD Set contains the original recordings of 72 Classic Bluegrass songs by many Bluegrass legends and pioneers.
This TRIPLE PLAY COLLECTION Series contains the 'real thing', recorded by Bluegrass legends, such as Mac Wiseman, Don Reno, Red Smiley, Bill Harrell, Hylo Brown, J.E. Mainer, Jim Eanes, Earl Taylor, Vassar Clements and pioneers Mac Martin, Tater Tate, Buck Ryan, Jim Greer and Raymond Fairchild who have spent their lives staying true to their rural American roots.
3 CD SET (3 CD Wallets with CD Slipcase)
|Very Best Of
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Brand: Williams, Don
23 of the country pioneer's best tracks compiled into one low-priced single disc set.
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