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Appalachian Stomp: Bluegrass Classics
Appalachian Stomp: Bluegrass Classics
From Bill Monroe to Alison Krauss, this is a classic introduction to bluegrass music, with such standards as "Orange Blossom Special," "Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms" and "Foggy Mountain Breakdown."
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Media Type: CD
Street Release Date: 02/28/1995

Appalachian Stomp is an ideal starter disc for those just beginning to explore bluegrass. Mostly this is because its 18 selections are so immediately accessible. The "classics" here, in other words, are usually those infrequent bluegrass cuts to have gained radio recognition beyond a core bluegrass audience. That explains why along with timeless standards such as Flatt & Scruggs' "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" and the Osborne Brothers' "Rocky Top" we also get "Dueling Banjos" from the film Deliverance, a cut that is to classic bluegrass what Walter Murphy is to Beethoven. There are less immediately obvious choices too, though. If your previous exposure to bluegrass doesn't go beyond the Holy Trinity of Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, and the Stanley Brothers--for example, if you've never heard J.D. Crowe & the New South's stellar example of progressive bluegrass, "Old Home Place," or experienced Jimmy Martin lay down the law on his rousing "You Don't Know My Mind"--then you're in for a high-lonesome surprise. --David Cantwell

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Bluegrass performer, David Davis comes from a long line of pickers. His uncle played with Bluegrass legend, Bill Monroe in the 1940s. Today Davis performs across the U.S. with his band, the Warrior River Boys.
Today was the final day of the Williamsburg Virginia Farmer's market. This group was providing entertainment - mostly bluegrass and old time mountain music. I did not get their name. They were very good.

free ringtones for bluegrass phones
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Best-Loved Bluegrass: 20 All-Time Favorites
Once again Rebel Records has dipped into its catalog of almost 5,000 recorded performances to put together this outstanding collection of 20 of the best-loved bluegrass songs and tunes. Here, in one power-packed disc, are many of the best known and most requested songs in the genre, including the original versions of such all-time favorites as Bringing Mary Home, Fox On The Run and Love Of The Mountains.

The list of artists represented here reads like a Who s Who of bluegrass music, starting with three of the most popular and influential creators of the bluegrass sound: the Stanley Brothers, Mac Wiseman, and Don Reno & Red Smiley. From the second generation of personalities who helped to popularize the music in the 1960s and 1970s are the Country Gentlemen, the Seldom Scene, Keith Whitley & Ricky Skaggs, J.D. Crowe, Tony Rice, the Boys From Indiana and the Lilly Brothers & Don Stover. And rounding out the impressive list of names are some of today s most popular artists: Del McCoury, Larry Sparks, Claire Lynch, Dave Evans and the Lonesome River Band.

Rebel Records is proud to present this special collection, and we hope that you will enjoy every one of these classic performances.