Discussion in 'Music' started by CreamyBone, Aug 30, 2010.
Bluegrass, Bluegrass, Bluegrass
Not in the Saloon anyway!
Please don't hate me for this post....
But you have to respect the fact that when they decided to learn how to play bluegrass they didn't just fuck around. They hired one of the best (Jeff Mosier) to actually go on the road with them and teach them proper technique. On the bus, backstage, in hotels, whenever they had time. It wasn't until they felt like they could honor the genre properly that they did it live.
9 parts if REALLY interested but here is part 1
and a performance. it ain't scruggs but it has heart and zeal
and ps.. i love Bluegrass.. Did long before I even discovered Phish
yea that's the shit right there....
She was 17 years old here... I'm 90% sure I was in the audience for this one too (...at the Birchmere in Alexandria Virginia 1988).
If you're a guitar player listen to (Tony Rice's) guitar back up in this tune.
Reno & Smiley - Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die
Probably one of the saddest songs I know.
Back then if your child disappeared. They were just gone. But you have other kids depending on you. And life goes on.
And just listen to Jerry Douglas pour his heart out on that dobro.
Creamybone, don't get me started on Alison or Union Station. What a voice. What a band.
Here's an early one from Austin City Limits.
Hard to watch and listen to this without gettin' wood...