Tony Trischka, Bill Keith & Bela Fleck - Fiddle Tunes For Banjo album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: Fiddle Tunes For Banjo
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Fiddle Tunes for Banjo Bill Keith. 7. Black Mountain Rag. Tony Trischka.
Double Banjo Bluegrass Spectacular, featuring appearances by Steve Martin, Earl Scruggs, Béla Fleck, Tony Rice and many other luminaries, came out four years later. For this recording Trischka went back to bluegrass and reinvigorated the double banjo tradition. In October 2007, he was given an IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) award for Banjo Player of the Year 2007. Double Banjo Bluegrass Spectacular received IBMA awards for Recorded Event of the Year, Instrumental Album of the Year and a Grammy Nomination. He has written over fifteen instructional books and a series of DVDs . Late to Work – by Skyline (Flying Fish, 1981). Fiddle Tunes for Banjo, with Bill Keith and Béla Fleck (Rounder, 1981). A Robot Plane Flies over Arkansas (Rounder, 1983). Stranded in the Moonlight – by Tony Trischka & Skyline (Flying Fish, 1984).
Bittersweet Reflective Wistful Rowdy Quirky. Tony Trischka, Bill Keith, Béla Fleck. Fiddle Tunes for Banjo.
Fiddle Tunes for banjo with Keith, Trischka and Fleck has already been mentioned and is a gem and certainly an album to be considered here. All three artists played amazingly and there's a ton of melodic banjo to go around from each man on that one. I think the video above doesn't prove much of anything when it comes to deciding on a GOATMBA. Yeah, Bela demonstrated a bunch of styles.
Fiddle Tunes for Banjo. Celebrated in circles as diverse as bluegrass and progressive jazz, Fleck, Keith and Trischka take bawdy delight twisting these 16 traditional fiddle arrangements to suit the pick and pluck of their Appalachian, Irish and urban/mountain styles. Accompanied variously by fiddle, mandolin and bass, the three veteran players alternate between collaboration (Bill Cheatham, Salt Creek, John Hardy) and soloing with a rotating door of backing musicians (Dust On the Needle, Paddy Kelly's Jig, Silverbell, Mead Mountain Blues, Salty)
While I was living in Lexington, Ky. the idea of this record came into being. I recorded my tracks at Lemco, with the legendary Cecil Taylor, and took the chance to play some lead guitar as well, something I never did again in a bluegrass context. My elbow never liked it when I flat picked so I gradually had to let it go. I was proud to be on a record with these two banjo icons, who were both massive influences on me. Tony and Bill and I recorded a track together at my folks house, which I’m.
|Dust On The Needle / Paddy Kelly's Dream||4:03|
|Black Mountain Rag||1:53|
|Mead Mountain Blues||3:11|
|Christmas Jig / Plain Brown Jig||2:55|
|Jolly Waffel Man||3:08|
|Old Sandy River Belle||302|
|0124||Tony Trischka, Bill Keith & Bela Fleck*||Tony Trischka, Bill Keith & Bela Fleck* - Fiddle Tunes For Banjo (LP, Album)||Rounder Records||0124||US||1981|
|ROUNDER CD 0124||Tony Trischka, Bill Keith, Bela Fleck*||Tony Trischka, Bill Keith, Bela Fleck* - Fiddle Tunes For Banjo (CD, Album, RE)||Rounder Select||ROUNDER CD 0124||US||1999|