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CD Reviews Bluegrass

By Richard L'Hommedieu
In CD Review Funk
Oct 3rd, 2016
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“All Things Must Pass” The rise and fall of Tower Records (96 minute DVD) www.MVDb2b.com – MVDvisual The death of Tower Records was a major blow for many of us who grew up purchasing vinyl LP’s, seven inch forty-fives and CD’, laser discs, and DVD’s. This triumphant and reflective  ...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews Americana
May 20th, 2016
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Del McCoury Band Del & Woody McCoury Music Woody Guthrie (1912 – 1967) was a singer, songwriter and musician who wrote hundreds of songs. Many are today considered traditional but included were ballads, children’s songs and political tunes. Best known is his song “This Land is Your Land”. Guthrie...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews Americana
Jan 5th, 2015
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Earls of Leicester Rounder Records My love for bluegrass began with Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs and The Foggy Mountain Boys. Flatt’s voice, so laidback and clear, was the greatest American voice. He gave me an appreciation for a Bluegrass tenor and led me to discover other bluegrass and country music ...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews Americana
Dec 2nd, 2014
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Hot Rize When I’m Free Ten in Hand Records Hot Rize, originally from Colorado, released their first self titled album in 1979 on the Flying Fish Record label. The band released six studio albums and disbanded in 1990 but not before being named the first “Entertainers of The Year” by the then newly fo...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews Americana
Oct 25th, 2014
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The Roland White Band Straight Ahead Bluegrass Roland White Music In April 1964 World Pacific Records released The Kentucky Colonels Applachian Swing! The Kentucky Colonels were Clarence White, guitar; Roland White, mandolin; Billy Ray Latham, banjo; Bobby Slone, fiddle; Leroy McNees, dobro; and Roge...
By Rhetta
In CD Reviews Americana
Oct 15th, 2014
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Seven Handle Circus is extraordinary, literally. There is nothing about them that is ordinary. They use traditional acoustic bluegrass instruments but their sound is more pop than bluegrass, with amazing harmonies that recall R.E.M. more than Bill Monroe. Add to that the literary influences and refer...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews Americana
Oct 11th, 2014
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Robin and Linda Williams Back 40 Red House Records Robin and Linda Williams are a husband and wife harmony duo. They got their start on Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion” radio program in 1975. That year they also released their first recording. They were originally inspired by The Carter ...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews Americana
Sep 11th, 2014
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Rob McCoury The 5 String Flame Thrower McCoury Music Rob McCoury is the son of Del McCoury and the banjo player in The Del McCoury Band. “Kansas City Railroad Blues” is the hard driving vehicle that sets the stage for this album of mostly banjo instrumentals. The song credits include Earl Scruggs, Do...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews Bluegrass
Aug 26th, 2014
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Del McCoury Band The Streets of Baltimore McCoury Music In 1963 Del McCoury was the rhythm guitarist and featured vocalist with Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys. His replacement was Peter Rowan. He recorded as Del McCoury and The Dixie Pals and in 1972 released his fifth album “High on a Mountain” ...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews Bluegrass
May 3rd, 2014
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The Seldom Scene Long Time….Seldom Scene Smithsonian Folkways Records John Duffey and Tom Gray were both members of The Country Gentleman, one of the best bluegrass bands of their day. Gray left in 1964 while Duffey stayed for five more years. In 1971 Duffey, mandolin and lead tenor vocals, formed Th...
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