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Die meisten CDs sind ungekürzt, bei manchen CDs ist allerdings nur ein Preview der Tracks (1:30 Minuten) verfügbar. Hier eine Auswahl an interessanten CDs die ich mir angehört habe:
At it’s core, Mandolin Orange is a duo – Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz – from Carrboro, NC. Their harmonies are ethereal, their chemistry vibrant, bringing to mind the atmosphere invoked by classic duos such as Emmylou Harris and Gram Parsons, or Gillian Welch and David Rawlings.
The Nashville Bluegrass Band (compilation)
Diese CD have ich vor langer Zeit gekauft und immer gerne gehört. Vor allem das Stück „Idle Time“ von Mike Compton habe ich von dieser CD gelernt und spiele es bis heute.
Mountain Heart (the live album)
Mountain Heart is the band that has been fearlessly revolutionizing the way acoustic music can be presented and played. The band’s name has been synonymous with cutting-edge excellence in acoustic music circles since the group’s creation in 1999.
Mary Beth Cross – Feels Like Home
… a live project, Home Grown Folk Y Grass, recorded and produced in Denver with the help of Chris Pandolfi (Infamous Stringdusters) and a cast of nationally recognized pickers. The songs are a combination of originals and familiar cover tunes.
Josh Williams – Modern Day Man
Sierra Hull – Weighted Mind
Orthophonic Joy – the 1927 Bristol Sessions Revisited
Sugar Creek Bluegrass
John Duffey / The Seldom Scene
An Instrumental Anthology – Wayne Benson
Inside Llewyn Davis Soundtrack
Brimming with music performed by Isaac, Justin Timberlake and Carey Mulligan (as Llewyn’s married Village friends), as well as Marcus Mumford and Punch Brothers, INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS—in the tradition of O Brother, Where Art Thou?—is infused with the transportive sound of another time and place.
Audie Blaylock and Redline
Carl Jackson „Grace Notes“ Artist Special Edition
Carl’s latest project, Grace Notes, is a guitar instrumental portrait of dearly loved hymns. It was recorded using a collection of rare acoustic guitars, some dating back to the mid 1800’s.
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Mark Twain Words & Music
The album, Mark Twain: Words & Music, is a double-CD telling Twain’s life in spoken word and song.
(Die Songs und Texte sind leider teilweise gekürzt auf 1:30 – trotzdem gut anzuhören – CD bei Amazon <Partnerlink>: Mark Twain:Words & Music )
Grandpa Banana – Even Grandpas Get The Blues
Good Home Grown Music BMI – Daughters of Bluegrass
The SteelDrivers – Hammer Down
Janet McGarry – Wildwood Rose
For over fifteen years, Janet McGarry has continued to be a dominant presence in bluegrass music, both at home and abroad.
A Deeper Shade of Blue
Deeper Shade of Blue is the best kept secret in Bluegrass!!
This is a new and upcoming band that has been in the Carolina’s local/regional scene for about 10 years and this is their 6th CD project called „No More Blues“
Deeper Shade of Blue is featured in the famous Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine (Nov.2012)
Sleepy Man Banjo Boys – The Farthest Horizon
Ten year-old banjo picker Jonny Mizzone along with his brothers Robbie (13) on fiddle, and Tommy (15) on guitar, are The Sleepy Man Banjo Boys. Though their combined age is younger than music’s Hip-Hop era, it’s the 1950’s music of Flatt & Scruggs & The Stanley Brothers that inspires them. The Sleepy Man Banjo Boys are the result of brotherly-love, and a passion for inspiring others with their God-given musical gifts.
Kenny and Amanda Smith
Bluegrass Power Picks 25 Traditional Classics
The Infamous Stringdusters – ‚Silver Sky‘
An Instrumental Anthology – Wayne Benson
LIFE GOES ON – Musicians Against Childhood Cancer (MACC)
Schöne Bluegrass Compilation!
Della Mae – I Built This Heart
Della Mae – The World Oft Can Be – Neues Album 2013
Emory Lester – Reminiscing Today
Emory Lester – Crusin‘ the 8
Emory Lester – 1863 – Mark Johnson & Emory Lester
John Reischman and the Jaybirds:
More Ultimate Picking – Bluegrass Instrumentals:
Bill Monroe Centennial Celebration:
O Brother Where Art Thou
New one-hour radio special looks back on the 10th anniversary of the O Brother Where Art Thou film and multi-platinum, “Album of the Year” Grammy-winning soundtrack that helped define the last decade of Americana music.
The Rounder Records Story:
Steve Martin – The Crow:
Steve Martin – Rare Bird Alert:
Sierra Hull – Secrets:
Sierra Hull – Daybreak:
Masters of the Mandolin – Bobby Osborne & Jesse McReynolds:
Banjo Man – Bill Emerson:
Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper
Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition – Live At The Prince:
More Ultimate Pickin – Various Artists:
Essential Bluegrass- Bluegrass Gospel – Various Artists:
John Cowan „8,745 feet Live at Telluride“:
Jesse McReynolds & Friends:
Rosanne Cash – The List:
July 4, 2009 — New York, NY — Acclaimed singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash will release her 12th studio album, entitled The List, on Manhattan Records on October 6th, 2009. This stunning work features Cash’s contemporary interpretations of 12 classic songs culled from a list of essential country tunes that her legendary father Johnny gave her in 1973, and filtered through her own unique, sophisticated perspective.
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