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VA – The Patuxent Banjo Project (2014)

15-04-2015, 17:59
Blues | Country



VA – The Patuxent Banjo Project (2014)

Artist: Various Performers
Title Of Album: The Patuxent Banjo Project
Year Of Release: 2014
Record Label: Patuxent Music Records
Genre: Country, Bluegrass, Jam Band
Quality: mp3
Total Length: 02:03:24
Bitrate: 320kbps
Total Size: ~ 299 Mb
WebSite: www.amazon.com


Tracklist:

CD1:
01. Mike Munford – Hot Burrito Breakdown [02:09]
02. Roni Stoneman – Going Home [02:55]
03. Tom Adams – Sugarfoot Rag [02:31]
04. Victor Furtado – The Ghost on Hippie Hill [03:08]
05. Don Bryant – Paddy on the Turnpike [03:13]
06. Randy Barrett – Things in Life [03:56]
07. Murphy Henry – Hazel Creek [04:02]
08. Mark Delaney – Bird Bath [02:48]
09. Bill Runkle – Marching Through Glenville [03:51]
10. Ira Gitlin – Allegretto con Melanzane [04:40]
11. Kevin Church – Farewell Blues [02:45]
12. Mark Schatz – Ninety Degrees [02:45]
13. Chris Warner – Lickity Split [02:34]
14. Tim Kruzic – Dazed [04:00]
15. Paul Brown – Cumberland Gap [05:01]
16. Bill Blackburn – Goldfield [02:07]
17. Eddie Adcock – Cedar City Blues [02:43]
18. Tom Neal – Banjoland [04:06]
19. John Brunschwyler & Brennen Ernst – Scramble [02:41]
20. Dick Smith – Dear Old Dixie [02:42]

CD2:
01. Fred Geiger – Blue Grass Stomp [02:37]
02. Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer – Man Gave Names To All The Animals [05:22]
03. Merl Johnson – Follow The Leader [01:51]
04. David McLaughlin – Dying On The Field Of Battle [03:08]
05. Scott Walker – Lori Ann [02:41]
06. Gina Clowes – Phoebe’s Lullaby [04:06]
07. Marc Bolen – Bolen’s Bounce [03:15]
08. Stephen Wade – Once I Had An Old Banjo, Billy In The Lowground [04:23]
09. Bill Emerson – My Little Home In West Virginia [02:54]
10. Joe Zauner – Angelina Baker [02:39]
11. Billy Wheeler – Crossing The Blue Ridge [02:57]
12. Reed Martin – The Drunken Fiddler [03:14]
13. John Farmer – Cripple Creek [02:07]
14. Keith Arneson – Rocky The Wonder Dog [02:29]
15. Pete Kuykendall – Sawmill Shuffle [01:28]
16. Doug McKelway – Big Sciota [03:13]
17. Joe Hermann – The Baltimore Fire [02:42]
18. Casey Henry – Purple Creek [03:24]
19. Walter Hensley – Upper Elk Creek [02:33]
20. Russ Carson – My Old Home In Baltimore [01:45]

The latest release from Patuxent Music, The Patuxent Banjo Project (Patuxent CD 250), has a very interesting aspect in that it brings together 40 regional banjo players to showcase their talents. However, these pickers are from the bluegrass-rich Greater Washington, DC – Baltimore, Maryland, area that from the early 1950s, hosted pickers and singers that had a tremendous impact on the history of bluegrass music worldwide.

This monumental project was piloted by producers Mark Delaney and Randy Barrett, both noted players in their own right, who have assembled the likes of Bill Emerson, Eddie Adcock, Walter Hensley, Pete Kuykendall, Roni Stoneman, Chris Warner, Tom Adams, Dick Smith and Murphy Henry from the top strata.

Only slightly less known names include Ira Gitlin, Fred Geiger, Cathy Fink, Marcy Marxer, Kevin Church, Mark Schatz, Bill Runkle, David McLaughlin, Mark Delaney, Stephen Wade, Joe Zauner, Keith Arneson and Tim Kruzic.

While not yet of international repute are Joe Herrman, Gina Clowes, Bill Blackburn, John Brunschwyler, Brennen Ernst, Reed Martin and Marc Bolen.

Just a quick glance at these names will reveal a great depth of styles showcased within this collection. Not only are there variations of three-finger banjo playing, old-time, there are two banjo/fiddle duets, a classical piece and a couple of twin banjo numbers, one of which features cello-banjo. All of which adds up to a major audio documentation of a versatile instrument.


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