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    Re: Beginner getting into Bluegrass

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ku08-0Cr4VI
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    Re: In spite of ourselves...John Prine cover

    Yep, good singing and picking!
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    Re: Listening Suggestions

    Wow, there are so many. You can't go wrong with Grisman from his Rounder album through Quintet '80. Andy Statman is a mad genius and his early work is phenomenal. I love Norman Blake's mandolin...
  4. Thread: Don Julin

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    Re: Don Julin

    Great book. I had the pleasure to meet and hang out with him at this past Mandolin Symposium. Wonderful guy, amazing player, and excellent teacher!
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    Re: Free Advice? Right Hand Issues

    Yep, I believe you need to free up that right hand...especially if you want to get warmer tones from picking over the sound hole and closer to the bridge.
  6. Re: Is there a place for percussion talent in BG-inspired music?

    Actually, I just read on wikipedia that it is John Hartford. Pretty cool stuff.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweetheart_of_the_Rodeo#Track_listing
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    Re: V-Picks Giveaway

    Howdy!
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    Re: Free V-Picks - Right Here

    I use Wegen bluegrass picks but I would love to try one of these. Thanks!
  9. Re: Huck Finn Jubilee 2013 Ontario: Mandos and Festival notes

    Sounds cool, thanks for the review. Keep me in the loop of the mando tasting west, I'm in the LA area.
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    Re: Rest in peace, John McGann

    Thanks for everything, John.
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    Re: John Hartford's Aereo-Plain

    To me, John was able to create a sound that had deep roots but yet was "far out". John had that river in him so deep. And yes, pick up Morning Bugle also, whoa what an album.
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    Re: David and Gillian: Tiny Desk Concert/NPR

    This is ever so remarkable, watched it twice, thanks for posting!
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    Re: David Grisman Septet?

    Thank you, Scott!
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    Re: David Grisman Septet?

    The plot thickens! Thanks for the correction.
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    David Grisman Septet?

    How's everybody doin'? On the bill for Suwannee Springfest next year is the David Grisman Septet. Does anybody know who the additional member might be?

    http://suwanneespringfest.com/
  16. Re: Favorite Quote from "The Complete Pizza Tapes"

    From the unedited pizza tapes...Garcia said, something to the effect of, "My mouth is cottonball city."
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    Re: Gypsy Jazz Scales

    Thanks for all the great responses! Now I need to really think about them and try to apply that to music. Patience is the key.... Yes Don, that is fine you mentioned your cd, I might just have to...
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    Gypsy Jazz Scales

    ...or better yet Django scales :cool:.

    I'm working with Dix Bruce's How to Play Gyspy Swing, the tune is After You've Gone in the key of C. I'm trying to solo over changes and having...
  19. Re: David Grisman Quintet Plus? (What happened?)

    Yeah, I love Enrique and Joe but that's how it goes. Every time I saw Enrique w/ the DGQ he always seemed low in the mix, but I love his playing and he's a super cool dude. I saw one show w/Frank...
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    Re: Peter Rowan's Bluegrass Band in Berkeley

    Fyi, I was just at Suwannee Springfest in Live Oak, FL and Peter Rowan announced that his bluegrass band is making an album on Compass Records in April.
  21. Re: John Hartford Stringband CD; pre-order available

    Chris,

    Glad to hear of this project. I hope to get it. I love your playing and singing.

    Thanks,
    Joe
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    Re: Pinch me!-Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe

    Wow, sounds pretty ugly. I don't know how I missed those...But thanks for the info, might just keep the lid closed on that.
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    Re: Pinch me!-Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe

    Ok, so what's the deal that I hear Baker wrote Jerusalem Ridge?
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    Re: Pinch me!-Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe

    Joe Stuart-Guitar; Vic Jordan-Banjo; Bob Black-Banjo; Randy Davis-Bass

    Rob-It was recorded on March 29th & 30th 1976. Also I heard about Das Punk doing the album on Mike Compton's Taterbugmando...
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    Pinch me!-Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe

    Man, this album is amazzzzzzing! I can't believe I haven't heard it until today, been wanting for a long time though. I actually got a sealed vinyl copy. Bill's mandolin and Kenny's fiddle are...
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