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    The latest album from Meg Myers is fantastically dark.
    "There was like a softness to it, a glow to it. I felt... I felt warm."

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    I love The Great Gatsby album! Yea, I'm one of those who prefers OSTs!

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    No clue how this is a B-side.
    Arise and walk, come through. A world beyond that door is calling out for you. Arise and walk, come through. It's calling out for you.

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    Time for some Christmas music. This is from, oddly. our finest modern Christmas band.

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    Can't wait for the new GBV to arrive in the next few days....


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    Maggie Rogers...seems to be the flavor of the week in many places...but I can't help but think she's a really good singer/songwriter. Anything I'm missing before I go all in?


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    I Park for free.
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    Jared James Nichols,The old glory& the wild revival
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    I've taken a deep dive in the last month, listening to as much of the Bill Monroe musical progeny that Youtube can throw at me. The most interesting direct connection so far has been Monroe, to Jimmy Martin, then JD Crowe, who played with Martin while in his late teens. Crowe formed his band in the late 60s and eventually brought together Tony Rice, Doyle Lawson, Rickey Skaggs and Jerry Douglas, a group that dedicated themselves to a new interpretation of Bluegrass. Tony Rice had befriended David Grisman, who then formed Old and in the Way with Jerry Garcia, Vasser Clements and Peter Rowan. Then Rice got together with Sam Bush and Newgrass movement was in full swing, Monroe to Martin to Crowe to Rice.
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    Re: What am I listening to? (Part II)

    Quote Originally Posted by marcshoe View Post


    I Park for free.
    Love Vile. This latest album is his best IMO. Skinny Mini is the jam.
    In my opinion, "Yunito" will surpass the 20 bambinazos and cut its frequency of stripping, will follow its progress to the offensive and to the defense, its weakest side, will contribute more in the second base than in the shortstop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunDeck View Post
    I've taken a deep dive in the last month, listening to as much of the Bill Monroe musical progeny that Youtube can throw at me. The most interesting direct connection so far has been Monroe, to Jimmy Martin, then JD Crowe, who played with Martin while in his late teens. Crowe formed his band in the late 60s and eventually brought together Tony Rice, Doyle Lawson, Rickey Skaggs and Jerry Douglas, a group that dedicated themselves to a new interpretation of Bluegrass. Tony Rice had befriended David Grisman, who then formed Old and in the Way with Jerry Garcia, Vasser Clements and Peter Rowan. Then Rice got together with Sam Bush and Newgrass movement was in full swing, Monroe to Martin to Crowe to Rice.
    And the flatpicker who ties all these bands together is Clarence White. Without him there would have been no one to teach Tony Rice how to take the acoustic/old time acoustic guitar to new heights. He was a bluegrass prodigy, but found he couldn't make money and his band, the Kentucky Colonels disbanded and he eventually ended up with the Byrds. Here he is with Graham Parsons on their foray into honky tonk. I get a little melancholy listeing to this because like Duane Allman, Clarence White died too young.

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    Gentle Groove, Mother Love Bone



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    Been listening to this guy for a little while. He gets lumped in/labled country but lot of different genres i suppose he get get put in .

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    Re: What am I listening to? (Part II)

    Quote Originally Posted by SunDeck View Post
    I've taken a deep dive in the last month, listening to as much of the Bill Monroe musical progeny that Youtube can throw at me. The most interesting direct connection so far has been Monroe, to Jimmy Martin, then JD Crowe, who played with Martin while in his late teens. Crowe formed his band in the late 60s and eventually brought together Tony Rice, Doyle Lawson, Rickey Skaggs and Jerry Douglas, a group that dedicated themselves to a new interpretation of Bluegrass. Tony Rice had befriended David Grisman, who then formed Old and in the Way with Jerry Garcia, Vasser Clements and Peter Rowan. Then Rice got together with Sam Bush and Newgrass movement was in full swing, Monroe to Martin to Crowe to Rice.
    Actually, Tony met Sam in about 1970 when they both lived in Louisville and Sam was playing with the Bluegrass Alliance. Tony played with them for a while (probably a couple of months), and then the group disbanded and Sam formed the Newgrass Revival. Tony hooked up with Crowe, Skaggs, etc since they were living right in the area. I have some old tapes of Tony when he played with the Alliance, and although his voice was immature, his guitar playing already showed some signature trademarks.

    Although my first love in the blues, my dad loved bluegrass and French-Canadian fiddling, and I played with him all the time growing up. I bought an old D28 when I was 15 or so, but then when Martin came out with the HD28 in '77, I sold it and bought one of the first ones because I wanted a guitar just like Tony's. We take them for granted now, but before Martin released the new HD's, there were precious few herringbones out there with the scallop bracing that had that incredible sound.

    Thanks for that post. It brought up some old memories.


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