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    Default Re: Article: New Music by Joe K. Walsh - Bluegrass and the Abstra

    A single listen to "Mill Valley Waltz" was enough to push us over the edge. This is a collection of really well thought out, beautifully crafted music of the best kind.

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    Anything Joe does is worth a listen. Ordering and looking forward to.

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    Know where the (altered) title is derived from?

    The Blues and the Abstract Truth - Oliver Nelson (1961)


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    Ordering! Looking forward to hearing the whole project!

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    Reminds me of Christian McBride's Kind of Brown. It's nice to know that people are aware of these historic collections.

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    Wow. so you say you're not a band. But maybe you should be.

    I'd listen to music this good all day, everyday.

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    I'm down. What a sound! This is wonderful stuff indeed. Yeah, baby!

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    Three of the four musicians (minus Alex Hargreaves) on this album will be going track by track through it on WTJU Charlottesville, VA tomorrow, April 15th, at 4 pm US Eastern time. You can listen online from anywhere at https://www.wtju.net/ . The show will be archived after it originally airs until April 29th at https://www.wtju.net/recent-shows/ (look for Thursday 04/15/21, and ‘Folk and beyond’)

    Pete

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    Joe is featured on this week's Mandolins and Beer podcast. Had a listen yesterday, very enlightening and enjoyable.

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    love this so much

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    Default Re: Article: New Music by Joe K. Walsh - Bluegrass and the Abstra

    Quote Originally Posted by Mando Mafia View Post
    Three of the four musicians (minus Alex Hargreaves) on this album will be going track by track through it on WTJU Charlottesville, VA tomorrow, April 15th, at 4 pm US Eastern time. You can listen online from anywhere at https://www.wtju.net/ . The show will be archived after it originally airs until April 29th at https://www.wtju.net/recent-shows/ (look for Thursday 04/15/21, and ‘Folk and beyond’)

    Pete
    Thanks for this Pete. It's a good interview and perfect to pluck along with on a Saturday morning.
    dave berry

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