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  • Vol. 2 Vol. 2 Quick View

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    Vol. 2

    Recorded in 1964 at Dock Boggs' sister's house, with guitar accompaniment from Mike Seeger, Vol. 2 is, not surprisingly, the second release from this legendary folk-blues banjo player on the Folkways label. A mix of Appalachian folk and African-American blues, Boggs' style is unique and inimitable. Lovingly reissued on vinyl with an exact replica of the original Folkways jacket and booklet.
    1. Mixed Blues

    2. Old Joe's Barroom

    3. Danville Girl

    4. Cole Younger

    5. Schottische Times

    6. Papa, Papa, Build Me a Boat

    7. Little Black Train

    8. No Disappointment in Heaven

    9. Glory Land

    10. Banjo Clog

    11. Wise County Jail

    12. Sugar Baby

    13. The Death of Jerry Damron

    14. Railroad Tramp

    15. Poor Boy in Jail

    16. Brother Jim Got Shot

    17. John Henry
    Dock Boggs
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  • So Familiar So Familiar Quick View

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    So Familiar

    Highly anticipated follow up to these collaborators' debut album, actor, comedian, both Grammy winners! This bluegrass record was produced by Peter Asher. Many songs from this album will appear in an upcoming Broadway production.

    I guess that this is the logical sequel to the first album, but it's also different in a lot of ways, Martin states. It sounds bigger and wider, and it has a lush feeling that I really like. I think that Edie's voice sounds beautiful with these arrangements, and I love the way the banjo sounds with strings. Peter really had a vision for this record, and he really came up with some wonderful things.

    What Peter did was so beautiful, agrees Brickell. He has a great musical imagination, and he always surprises us. I'm so impressed by his ability to come up with things that feel grand and intimate at the same time. Peter has a really great ability to create something majestic and incorporate that into a traditional-sounding song.

    1. So Familiar
    2. Always Will
    3. Way Back in the Day
    4. Won't Go Back
    5. I'm By Your Side
    6. I Had A Vision
    7. I Have You
    8. Another Round
    9. Mine All Mine
    10. Heart of the Dreamer
    11. My Baby
    12. Heartbreaker
    Steve Martin And Edie Brickell
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  • The Thousand Incarnations Of The Rose: American Primitive Guitar & Banjo (1963-1974) The Thousand Incarnations Of The Rose: American Primitive Guitar & Banjo (1963-1974) Quick View

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    The Thousand Incarnations Of The Rose: American Primitive Guitar & Banjo (1963-1974)

    The Thousand Incarnations Of The Rose: American Primitive Guitar and Banjo (1963-1974) celebrates the
    groundbreaking, inventive approach to traditional music brought forward by a collection of maverick artists whose
    interpretations of folk, blues, and traditional song gave rise to one of American music's most unique and singular
    styles. Features John Fahey, Leo Kottke, Robbie Basho, and more.
    1. John Fahey - Night Train to Valhalla
    2. Leo Kottke - The Ice Miner
    3. Leo Kottke - Anyhow
    4. Peter Walker - April In Cambridge
    5. Harry Taussig - Water Verses
    6. Harry Taussig - Children's Dance
    7. Sandy Bull - Little Maggie
    8. John Fahey - On the Banks of the Owchita
    9. Peter Walker - Gypsy Song
    10. Max Ochs - Raga (1)
    11. Max Ochs - Raga (2)
    12. Billy Faier - Longhorn Express

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    1. Robbie Basho - The Thousand Incarnations of the Rose
    2. Fred Gerlach - Eyrie
    3. George Stavis - Winterland Doldrums
    4. Peter Lang - When Kings Come Home
    5. John Fahey - The Portland Cement Factory at Monolith, California

    Various Artists
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  • Harlem Banjo! (Discontinued) Harlem Banjo! (Discontinued) Quick View

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    Harlem Banjo! (Discontinued)

    It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
    Doin' The New Lowdown
    Runnin' Wild
    Diga Diga Doo
    Them There Eyes
    Tishomingo Blues
    C-Jam Blues
    Sweet Georgia Brown
    Alabamy Bound
    Twelfth Street Rag
    Bugle Call Rag
    Dear Old Southland
    Elmer Snowden Quartet
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  • Harlem Street Singer Harlem Street Singer Quick View

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    Harlem Street Singer

    Reverend Gary Davis, also Blind Gary Davis was a blind African American blues and gospel singer and guitarist, who was also proficient on the banjo guitar and harmonica. His finger-picking guitar style influenced many other artists .
    1. Samson And Delilah
    2. Let Us Get Together Right Down Here
    3. I Belong To The Band
    4. Pure Religion
    5. Great Change Since I Been Born
    6. Death Don't Have No Mercy
    7. Twelve Gates To The City
    8. Goin' To Sit Down On The Banks Of The River
    9. Tryin' To Get Home
    10. Lo, I Be With You Always
    11. I Am The Light Of This World
    12. Lord, I Feel Just Like Goin' On
    Blind Gary Davis
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  • Last Train To Mashville Last Train To Mashville Quick View

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    Last Train To Mashville

    Entirely rearranged, specially recorded acoustic versions of Alabama 3 tracks.

    Features special guests 'The Larry Love Showband' - Harpo Strangelove (harp), Fiddle d'Amour (Will Sneyd), Banjo of Love (Alan Shaw), Accordion of Love (Jason Meherin), Drumbeat of Love (Dave 'Tiger Romford' Fowler)

    1. Woke Up This Morning
    2. Too Sick To Pray

    3. Year Zero
    4. Mansion On The Hill

    5. Speed Of The Sound Of Loneliness
    6. U Don't Danse To Tekno Anymore
    7. Bullet Proof
    8. Let The Caged Bird Sing
    9. Disneyland Is Burning
    10. Woody Guthrie
    11. Peace In The Valley
    Alabama 3
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  • Apple Core Apple Core Quick View

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    Apple Core

    Born in Arkansas and based in Olympia, Washington, Kendl Winter twists banjo and guitar into captivating melodies; Apple Core is her fourth solo album and first release for K. On this album apples represent temptation, a prize for beauty, a gift for knowledge, gravity, truth, autumn, and harvest. With its country roots, indie trunk, and sweet soulful sadness fruiting on the branches, Apple Core is fruitful to the core.

    Self-recorded on both a boat in the Puget Sound and a basement in the west-side neighborhood of Olympia, Apple Core features isolated, haunting harmonies, laced with the fabrics woven by community, her guitar and her banjo. Kendl safety pins patches of piano and slide guitar on to the cloth, washes it in a lather of honest and provocative songs, and hangs it on the line to dry in the shy, unpredictable northwest sun.

    1. Made It Through The Yellow
    2. Dance Gently On My Grave
    3. Too Much Sugar In My Bellyache
    4. Dr. Tiller
    5. Cotton Skies
    6. Im A Child
    7. Apple Core/Cocoon Body
    8. Sharp Stones Into The Sea
    9. Waiting For The Taker
    10. On To Me
    11. Bluebird To The Mountainside
    Kendl Winter
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  • The Incredible String Band The Incredible String Band Quick View

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    The Incredible String Band


    The Incredible String Band is the debut album by the Folk band of the same name, released in 1966. It is the only one of the band's albums to feature the original trio line-up with Clive Palmer as well as Robin Williamson and Mike Heron.

    They recorded the album at the Sound Techniques studio in Chelsea, London in one afternoon in May 1966, with Joe Boyd as producer. Boyd insisted on focusing on the group's own self-written material, rather than the traditional songs and tunes which they had also been performing, and with each performer singing his own material.

    The album showcased the trio's abilities on a variety of instruments, although the instrumentation is relatively orthodox compared to the band's later work. All three members played guitar and sang, with Palmer also playing banjo and kazoo and Williamson playing mandolin, banjo, tin whistle and fiddle/violin.

    1. Maybe Someday
    2. October Song

    3. When The Music Starts To Play

    4. Schaeffer's Jig

    5. Womankind

    6. The Tree

    7. Whistle Tune

    9. Dandelion Blues

    10. How Happy I Am
    11. Empty Pocket Blues

    12. Smoke Shovelling Song

    13. Can't Keep Me Here

    14. Good As Gone

    15. Footsteps Of The Heron

    16. Niggertown

    17. Everything's Fine Right Now
    Incredible String Band
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • We Shall Overcome / The Seeger Sessions We Shall Overcome / The Seeger Sessions Quick View

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    We Shall Overcome / The Seeger Sessions


    Bruce Springsteen - guitar, harmonica, B3 organ, percussion, backing vocals

    Sam Bardfeld, violin

    Art Baron, tuba

    Frank Bruno, guitar

    Jeremy Chatzy, upright bass

    Mark Clifford, banjo

    Larry Eagle, drums, percussion

    Charles Giordano, B3 organ, piano, accordion

    Ed Manion, saxophone

    Mark Pender, trumpet, backing vocals

    Richie La Bamba Rosenberg, trombone, backing vocals

    Soozie Tyrell, violin, backing vocals

    Lisa Lowell, backing vocals

    Patti Scialfa, backing vocals

    1. Old Dan Tucker
    2. Jessie James
    3. Mrs. McGrath
    4. Oh, Mary, Don't You Weep
    5. John Henry
    6. Erie Canal
    7. Jacob's Ladder
    8. My Oklahoma Home
    9. Eyes on the Prize
    10. Shenandoah
    11. Pay Me My Money Down
    12. We Shall Overcome
    13. Froggie Went A-Courtin
    Bruce Springsteen
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Halfway To Heaven (Deluxe) Halfway To Heaven (Deluxe) Quick View

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    Halfway To Heaven (Deluxe)

    2 LP 180g Vinyl In Gatefold Jacket

    First Time Available On Vinyl!

    "Hell On Wheels" kickstarts the album with snarling guitar and backwoods banjo accompanying Gilbert's smoky rasp. "Bending the Rules and Breaking the Law" aims for outlaw anthem status as does the simmering "Country Must Be Country Wide," where he name-checks "Cash, Hank, Willie and Waylon." "Hell On an Angel" is an obvious standout that plays like a tougher Bon Jovi.

    1. Hell On Wheels
    2. Bending The Rules And Breaking The Law
    3. Back In The Day
    4. My Kind Of Crazy
    5. Kick It In The Sticks
    6. Halfway To Heaven
    7. Saving Amy
    8. Country Must Be Country Wide
    9. Take It Outside
    10. Them Boys
    11. Fall Into Me
    12. Dirt Road Anthem (Revisited) featuring Colt Ford
    13. More Than Miles
    14. You Don't Know Her Like I Do
    15. Hell On An Angel
    Brantley Gilbert
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Rattle & Roar Rattle & Roar Quick View

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    Rattle & Roar

    With their 2nd album Rattle & Roar, the Earls of Leicester deliver a fresh batch of Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs
    songs, with their Grammy-winning blend of virtuosity & perspective. The band is: Jerry Douglas (14-time Grammywinner),
    producer & Dobroist; Shawn Camp (Garth Brooks), lead vocals & guitar; Jeff White (Vince Gill), high
    harmony & mandolin; Charlie Cushman (Jimmy Martin), banjo & guitars; Johnny Warren (son of Paul Warren),
    fiddle; & Barry Bales (Alison Krauss) on vocals and bass.
    1. The Train That Carried My Girl From Town
    2. Why Did You Wander?
    3. All I Want Is You
    4. Steel Guitar Blues Intro
    5. Steel Guitar Blues
    6. You Can Feel It In Your Soul
    7. A Faded Red Ribbon
    8. Just Ain't
    9. Mother Prays Loud In Her Sleep
    10. I'm Working On A Road (To Glory Land)
    11. Will You Be Lonesome Too?
    12. Flint Hill Special
    13. What's Good For You (Should Be Alright For Me)
    14. The Girl I Love Don't Pay Me No Mind
    15. Branded Wherever I Go
    16. Buck Creek Gal
    17. Pray For The Boys
    The Earls Of Leicester
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  • American Epic: The Best of The Carter Family American Epic: The Best of The Carter Family Quick View

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    American Epic: The Best of The Carter Family

    The Carter Family, a family vocal group from Appalachian Virginia, were the most impactful discovery of talent scout Ralph Peer and the first vocal group to become country music stars. Apart from the beautiful harmonies that can only come from kin, Mother Maybelle Carter pioneered "scratch" style guitar picking, a clever synthesis of autoharp, banjo and guitar picking, and for years served as a matriarchal figure in the Grand Ole Opry.

    Single LP with single pocket tip-on jacket with soft touch finish.

    1. Lonesome Valley
    2. The Poor Orphan Child
    3. Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow
    4. The Wandering Boy
    5. Wildwood Flower
    6. The Foggy Mountain Top
    7. The CannonBall
    8. Worried Man Blues
    9. Engine One-Forty-Three
    10. Keep On the Sunny Side
    11. Sweet Fern
    12. John Hardy Was a Desperate Little Man
    13. Anchored In Love
    14. I Will Never Marry
    15. When the World's On Fire
    The Carter Family
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  • 36 Cents 36 Cents Quick View

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    36 Cents

    "A lot of bands like to rehearse in the basement and play as
    many gigs as possible before hitting the studio, but The
    Lowest Pair had a different approach in mind. For their
    debut album 36¢. . . started recording virtually from the get-go, pairing a two-banjo approach with earnest, earthy

    36¢ is The Lowest Pair's debut record recorded
    months after Kendl Winter (Olympia Washington)
    and Palmer T. Lee (Minnesota) decided to form the
    primarily double banjo outt. Recorded and
    engineered by Dave Simonett (Trampled by Turtles)
    at Suburban Dad Studios, it's the early pickin's,
    sweet off the tree, a newly formed endeavor by two
    seasoned pros. The duo swap lead vocals
    throughout the album's 11 tracks, combining Kendl's
    banjo skills with Palmer's midwestern croon. Prior to
    this Kendl has released 3 full length albums under
    her name for K Records and Palmer has released
    two albums with his band Boys n' the Barrels.
    Palmer has also performed with Drew Peterson and
    The Dead Pigeons.

    1. Oh, Susanna
    2. Tuesday Morning 10a.m.
    3. Living Is Dying
    4. Pear Tree
    5. Rumi's Field
    6. Do You Leave The Light On?
    7. Last Summer
    8. Moving On
    9. Trying To Feel At Home
    10. Magpies At Sunset
    11. Dock My Boat
    The Lowest Pair
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  • Echo In The Valley Echo In The Valley Quick View

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    Echo In The Valley

    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, Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn's second album Echo in the Valley is simultaneously familiar and wildly innovative.

    "Some of the most interesting things in the world come together in strange and unique ways and show our diversity," reflects Bela, a fifteen-time Grammy award winner who is often considered the world's premier banjo player. "The banjo is just one of those things. It's a great example of how the world can combine things and create surprising hybrids," a reference to the ancestral African roots of the banjo combining with Scotch-Irish music in Appalachia.

    Echo in the Valley is the follow up to Bela and Abigail'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 Bela. "We're expressing different emotions through past techniques and going to deeper places." 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 (they have seven between them, ranging from a ukulele to an upright bass banjo), and they must be able to perform every recorded song live.

    Fleck and Washburn met at a square dance and began playing music together a dozen years ago, beginning with the Sparrow Quartet. They married shortly thereafter and became parents to a cute little tot. They've been touring the globe as a duo for years, almost nonstop but for each other's performances with various other musical iterations: Bela with the likes of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Chick Corea and Chris Thile, among many others, and Abigail with Wu Fei (a master of the ancient 21-string Chinese zither), The Wu-Force and Uncle Earl.

    With the exception of a few restyled traditional tunes, all tracks on Echo in the Valley are originals, and are largely co-written - a different creative approach from their first album, where songs were mostly his or hers.

    "This time, we really wanted to truly write together," Bela adds. "We spent a lot of our time on the lyrics, deciding what we want the songs to communicate, both literally and under the surface."

    Echo in the Valley reflects relevant issues while simultaneously connecting us to our past through wild re-imaginings of traditional pieces. New original tunes range from "Over the Divide," a song inspired by Hans Breuer, who worked to ferry Syrian refugees to safety, to "Blooming Rose," inspired by Native American voices and lamenting a continual distancing from nature, and "Don't Let It Bring You is an emphatic mantra for hard times.

    With I don't wanna cry, cry, cry, oh, "Let it Go" is ultimately about release from the pain of transition, surrendering to growth. The song acknowledges that we must let our children grow up; the concession that youthful innocence will one day give way to adult cares and worries.

    Clarence Ashley's "My Home's Across the Blue Ridge Mountains" has been turned into a rural blues, and Bela's well-known piece "Big Country" is framed by the traditional Appalachian tunes "Sally in the Garden" and "Molly Put the Kettle On," a medley Bela and Abigail performed hundreds of times on stage before recording. "'Big Country' is one of the most beauty melodies I have ever heard played on the banjo," says Abigail, who takes the lead on this version.

    "Come All You Coal Miners" is the point-of-view of coal-miner advocate Sarah Ogan Gunning, whose passages remain poignant and powerful today. "This song came from a very emotional, mother-driven, daughter-driven, wife-driven place, and there are not many songs throughout history from that perspective, so I am incredibly moved by her," says Washburn.

    As the story goes, Bela was struck by the sound of Mr. Earl Scruggs' banjo when hearing the Beverly Hillbillies theme song. He got hold of a banjo, took his musical namesakes (Bela for Bartok, Anton for Weburn, Leos for Yanecek) to heart, and has since continuously broken new musical ground with his instrument. Fleck has the distinction of being nominated in more categories than any other instrumentalist in Grammy history, and has brought his banjo through scorching hot newgrass, traditional bluegrass, otherworldly funk, modern jazz, African originals, transatlantic Celtic, and classical realms, with two self-composed banjo concertos to his name (The Impostor and Juno Concerto), with a third one in the works.

    Abigail was similarly jolted into life as a banjoist, but for her it was hearing Doc Watson.

    "I was proud to discover that I came from a country where you can hear that ancient sound - from Africa, from Scotland, from Ireland - all mixed up in this beautiful new sound, with those ancient tones in it," Abigail reflects. "The ancient sounds of our culture remind us who we are, and in them, we see a constellation of who we are becoming."

    Washburn has imbued this philosophy in all aspects of her work, from the string band Uncle Earl to her acclaimed solo albums, Song of the Traveling Daughter and City of Refuge, and her semi-autobiographical theatrical work, Post-American Girl, as well as in her musical ambassadorship with China, a country with which she has a long, profound history. Abigail is deftly following in the footsteps of the founding mothers of folk, and has become a prominent voice of old-time in our time while bringing to light those ancient sounds of American and Far East cultures in new and exciting ways.

    Bela and Abigail's creative process on Echo in the Valley is sonically made manifest in the record's major themes of harmony, empathy and surrender. As Abigail explains, the intense, intimate collaboration that Fleck and Washburn put forward on this project required "a spirit of staying strong, but also a willingness to release into the other's ideas to create something new," possibly something bigger and more beautiful than one could do on one's own.

    1. Over The Divide
    2. Take Me To Harlan
    3. Let It Go
    4. Don't Let It Bring You Down
    5. Sally In The Garden / Big Country / Molly Put The Kettle On
    6. My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains
    7. Hello Friend
    8. If I Could Talk To A Younger Me
    9. On This Winding Road
    10. Come All You Coal Miners
    11. Bloomin' Rose
    Bela Fleck / Abigail Washburn
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  • Animals In The Dark Animals In The Dark Quick View

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    Animals In The Dark

    The songs on this Anti debut sound cultivated from the fertile, treacherous Mississippi mud that surrounds William Elliott Whitmore. Whitmore's ability to balance contrasts; suffering and humor, truth and fancy, the literary and the earthy, places him in a tradition that has drawn young dissidents to folk music since before Dylan's time. With two albums behind him featuring his stunning voice, a powerful instrument that can recall Leadbelly and Otis Redding within the same song, and traditional banjo and guitar, Whitmore has made a name for himself in both the punk and roots communities.
    1. Mutiny
    2. Who Stole The Soul
    3. Johnny Law
    4. Old Devils
    5. Hell Or High Water
    6. There's Hope For You
    7. Hard Times
    8. Lifetime Underground
    9. Let The Rain Come In
    10. A Good Day To Die
    William Elliott Whitmore
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  • The Sacred Heart Sessions The Sacred Heart Sessions Quick View

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    The Sacred Heart Sessions

    The Lowest Pair features the duel banjo picking of Kendl Winter and
    Palmer T. Lee. Draped in Kendl's high lonesome harmonies and Palmer's
    Midwest croon, their debut release, 36¢, (Team Love Records) was
    hailed by many outlets and American Songwriter praised their earnest,
    earthy songcraft. Team Love will release their
    sophomore album, The Sacred Heart Sessions.

    Arkansas-born and now homesteading in Olympia, Washington, Kendl
    Winter sprouts alfalfa beans in mason jars in the back of the tour van and
    spreads her songs across the country Johnny Appleseed style. Kendl
    brings to The Lowest Pair her wonderfully weaving poetry of song, old
    and new, and a voice somewhere between Gillian Welch and Iris DeMent
    with a little Olympia twist. Palmer T. Lee who hails from Minneapolis was
    nineteen years old when he inherited a couple of banjos and discovered
    he could reassemble them into his dream instrument. Former front man
    for the much loved high energy bluegrass band The Boys n' the
    Barrels, Palmer's songs are distilled into the warm sweet sounds of his
    percussive wordplay and the melodic interludes of his own unique style
    played on a pieced together banjo.

    After nearly a year of traveling the country playing clubs, hotels, house
    shows, back yards and street corners, they found their way back up to
    Minnesota, this time to Duluth where they sat down to record the followup
    to 36¢.   Linking up with Tom Fabjance at an old church seemed like
    the perfect way to expand on their sound without diluting their original
    magical formula. The Sacred Heart Sessions is an album that allows the
    listening to enter the space that surrounds its creation. One can virtually
    feel the walls and vaulted ceiling of the old wooden church rising up,
    creating a natural reverb and warming the air.

    Be it Kendl's punk roots, her admiration for the traditional American
    songbook, or the gravitational pull she sensed drawing her to Olympia,
    it's her combining these talents and creative impulses with Palmer's
    Midwestern charm, the long winters spent listening to a steady diet of
    Townes Van Zandt and John Hartford and the strange moment of fate
    that left him with two inherited banjos as a young man; this combination
    has resulted in a uniquely original sound that is The Lowest Pair.

    1. Ruben's Fortune
    2. Howl
    3. Rosie
    4. Fourth Time's A Charm
    5. Minnesota, Mend Me
    6. Shipwright
    7. In The During Of A Moment
    8. Smile And Nod
    9. Hogtied
    10. Scavenger Hunt
    The Lowest Pair
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  • RADIO (Pre-Order) RADIO (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    RADIO (Pre-Order)

    The Rangers - made up of guitarist Woody Platt, banjo player Graham Sharp, bassist Charles R. Humphrey III, mandolin player Mike Guggino, fiddle player Nicky Sanders and Mike Ashworth on the box kit - are working with Jerry Douglas as their producer on the project. Despite being well known as a bluegrass group, the band has also made an effort to being other genres into the mix on the new record.

    Radio travels the dial from top to bottom, Sharp says. The album tunes into the rock channel for a little while, then the blues, then country, pop and, of course, bluegrass.

    1. Radio

    2. Diamonds In The Dust

    3. Simple Is Me

    4. Blow Me Away

    5. Blue Velvet Rain

    6. Looking Glass

    7. Down That Road Again

    8. Break

    9. Wasted

    10. Long Summer

    11. When The Well Runs Dry

    12. Monumental Fool
    Steep Canyon Rangers
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  • Foggy Mountain Jamboree Foggy Mountain Jamboree Quick View

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    Foggy Mountain Jamboree

    180 Gram Audiophile Mono Vinyl Gatefold Package

    Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio!

    Pressed at RTI!

    One of the most important and influential records in the history of American Roots Music. Includes appearances by numerous Foggy Mountain Boys including Chet Atkins & Josh Buck Graves.

    Widely regarded as one of bluegrass' most influential recordings, Foggy Mountain Jamboree introduced audiences -- more specifically radio listeners -- to the crystal-clear vocals and peerless musicianship of former Bill Monroe Bluegrass Boys Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs. Amassed between 1951 and 1955, the 12 tracks that made the cut served as a veritable blueprint for a genre that had been growing in popularity since the late '40s. While numerous Foggy Mountain Boys appear throughout -- Chet Atkins, Josh Buck Graves -- Flatt's fluid tenor and rhythm guitar work anchored the sessions, Scruggs' machine-gun banjo work provided the steam, and fiddler Chubby Wise, along with mandolin player Curly Seckler, carried the whole thing home without a care in the world. Flint River Special, Earl's Breakdown, and Foggy Mountain Special became part of American culture, celebrating both its trailblazing work ethic and spirituality with equal amounts of grace and hellfire. Foggy Mountain Jamboree is essential listening for anyone with even the most remote interest in bluegrass. -


    180 Gram Vinyl


    Exhibit Records Audiophile Series

    Gatefold Package

    Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio!

    Pressed at RTI!


    Earl Sruggs, banjo

    Lester Flatt, guitar

    1. Flint Hill Special
    2. Some Old Day
    3. Earl's Breakdown
    4. Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy
    5. Foggy Mountain Special
    6. It Won't Be Long
    7. Shuckin' The Corn
    8. Blue Ridge Cabin Home
    9. Randy Lynn Rag
    10. Your Love Is Like A Flower
    11. Foggy Mountain Chimes
    12. Reunion In Heaven
    Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs
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  • Swimmin' Pools, Movie Stars Swimmin' Pools, Movie Stars Quick View

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    Swimmin' Pools, Movie Stars

    American music treasure Dwight Yoakam's special collaboration with leading bluegrass label Sugar Hill Records, Swimmin' Pools, Movie Stars is set for release this fall. For the making of this album, Yoakam assembled a band of bluegrass luminaries to reinterpret favorites from his catalogue of gems. The 11-track album features Yoakam compositions from his extensive catalog.

    This project was produced by nine-time Grammy winner Gary Paczosa (Alison Krauss, Dolly Parton), Jon Randall (songwriter of Whiskey Lullaby") and Yoakam, recorded at both Southern Ground Studio (TN) and the legendary Capitol Records Studio B in Los Angeles and mixed by Chris Lord Alge. For the recording, the production team gathered together a world-class band of bluegrass's current greats including Grammy winner and nine-time international Bluegrass Music Association Guitar Player of the Year Bryan Sutton on guitar, Grammy winner Stuart Duncan on fiddle and banjo, 14-time Grammy winner Barry Bales on bass, Adam Steffey on mandolin (Alison Krauss), and Scott Vestal on banjo (Sam Bush). The LP also features harmony vocals by Jonathan Clark, Brian Whelan, Davey Faragher and newcomer Bryan Joyce.

    1. What I Don't Know
    2. Free To Go
    3. Sad, Sad Music
    4. These Arms
    5. I Wouldn't Put It Past Me
    6. Listen
    7. Two Doors Down
    8. Guitars, Cadillacs
    9. Home For Sale
    10. Please, Please Baby
    11. Gone (That'll Be Me)
    12. Purple Rain
    Dwight Yoakam
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    Devils Brigade

    Devils Brigade is an all-star punk group featuring Matt Freeman and Tim Armstrong of Rancid and DJ Bonebrake, drummer of X and the Knitters. Rancid fans have always cherished Matts deep punk growl on his featured songs on Rancid albums, and now Devils Brigade brings his singing, rockabilly-inspired bass slap, and classic punk songwriting to the fore. With Tim Armstrongs Duane Eddy lead guitar and the rock-steady rhythm of DJ Bonebrake, Devils Brigade offers up twelve songs that mix equal parts Johnny Cash, the Pogues, and Sun rockabilly, in a combustible cocktail that will have fans slamming on this falls tour with the Street Dogs. On tracks like Bridge of Gold with vocals by Armstrong, the band stretches out, adding mandolin and banjo to their sound, while Ride Harley Ride features some slinky vibraphone. Also features guest vocals from Rancids Lars Frederikson.
    1. Im Movin Through
    2. My Own Man Now
    3. Shakedown
    4. Bridge Of Gold (featuring Tim Armstrong and Lars Frederiksen)
    5. Darlene
    6. Ride Harley Ride
    7. Whos Gonna Save You Now
    8. Desperate Times
    9. Vampire Girl
    10. Gentleman Of the Road (featuring Tim Armstrong)
    11. Protest Song
    12. Half Way To Hell
    Devils Brigade
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    After many requests to incorporate the best of the solo Holly Golightly songs into the live set, with top-notch backing provided by The Brokeoffs, I have picked some of my original band favorites and recorded this collection for old and new fans alike.

    The highlight for me was the chance to re-record '(You Ain't) No Big Thing,' the fantastic 1966 Sam and Dave classic that I first started performing live in 1995. It's one of my all time top tunes, along with 'My Love Is,' the fabulous Little Willie John number, which we've given a wistful lone banjo accompaniment this time around.

    There is even mix of cover songs and originals to revisit all of them corkers in their own right and all of them especially dear to me. Long Distance is a collection of my good-time foot-tappers and sing-along tear-jerkers. It's my top ten tracks prepared from scratch and served up fresh. - Holly Golightly

    1. Walk A Mile
    2. All Around the Houses
    3. Without You Here
    4. One Neck
    5. Time Will Tell
    6. Black Night
    7. It's All Me
    8. She Said
    9. Tell Me So I Know
    10. You Have Yet To Win
    11. Sent
    12. This Ship
    13. There's An End
    Holly Golightly
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    We'll Do It Live (Awaiting Repress)

    WE'LL DO IT LIVE is the first album released by The Infamous Stringdusters' own label: High Country Recordings.

    Produced by Drew Becker and the Infamous Stringdusters

    Executive Producer Michael Allenby

    Mixed by Billy Hume at The Zone

    Mastered by Glenn Schick

    Travis Book - Bass and Vocals

    Jesse Cobb - Mandolin

    Andy Falco - Guitar

    Jeremy Garrett - Fiddle and Vocals

    Andy Hall - Dobro and Vocals

    Chris Pandolfi - Banjo and Video

    Drew Becker - Sound

    Brett Angstadt - Lights

    Justin Billcheck - Tour Management

    Recorded Live:

    April 29, 2011 - Charlottesville, VA - The Jefferson Theater

    May 4, 2011 - Burlington, VT - Higher Ground

    May 6, 2011 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom

    May 7, 2011 - Falls Church, VA - The State Theater

    1. Fork In The Road
    2. The Hitchhiker
    3. Long Lonesome Day
    4. Gettin' Down The Road
    5. Get It While You Can
    6. Masquerade
    7. Ain't No Way Of Knowing
    8. Well, Well
    9. How Far I'd Fall For You
    10. All The Same
    11. No More To Leave You Behind
    12. Echoes Of Goodbye
    13. Keep On Truckin'
    The Infamous Stringdusters
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    Lee DeWyze's album Frames is set to launch the momentous next stage of what is already a high-profile musical career. DeWyze played guitar, piano, mandolin, banjo and drums during the recording sessions, during which he collaborated with renowned producer/songwriters Toby Gad, Drew Pearson, Matthew Wilder and Phil Allen, as well as mixer extraordinaire Jim Scott.

    "I've never felt a connection with my music, more than I do right now," DeWyze says. It's a very real thing, and it feels right."

    Lee premiered the first single off the album, "Silver Lining," when he made a triumphant return to the American Idol stage. Following the live debut, the song soared to #8 on the iTunes Alternative Singles.

    1. Fight
    2. Fire Away
    3. Silver Lining
    4. Frames
    5. Like I Do
    6. Open Your Eyes
    7. You Don't Know Me
    8. The Ride
    9. Don't Be Afraid
    10. Stay Away
    11. Little Did I Know
    12. Who Would've Known
    13. Breathing In
    Lee DeWyze
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    One Of These Nights

    Certified Multi-Platinum (4 times) by the RIAA. (3/01)

    The Eagles exploded on the charts in 1975 with One of These Nights, the first of four straight albums by the band to reach No. 1. The album was their most varied to date, with the discofied title track, the stately waltz Take It To the Limit, and the tough, cynical country rocker Lyin' Eyes. The album contains a couple of unusual numbers as well, including Bernie Leadon's psychedelic banjo showcase Journey of the Sorcerer and I Wish You Peace, which Leadon wrote with his then-girlfriend, future first daughter (by virtue of her parents, Ron and Nancy Reagan) and nude model (courtesy of Playboy), Patti Davis. --Daniel Durchholz

    1. One Of These Nights
    2. Too Many Hands
    3. Hollywood Waltz
    4. Journey Of The Sorcerer
    5. Lyin' Eyes
    6. Take It To The Limit
    7. Visions
    8. After The Thrill Is Gone
    9. I Wish You Peace
    The Eagles
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