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I just wonder why we don't hear more music like this. If you close your eyes it sounds like Monroe himself. It also sounds like Frank Wakefield. The fiddle has real punch in fact the entire album has punch. This is what bluegrass sounded like in the 's.
I received my copy yesterday. I played it in the car on the way to work this morning. I've got a Bose system, and the sound was just breathtaking.
The fiddle and mandolin sounded like they were right there in the car with me at least until my wife made me turn it down some.
Not that the other instruments don't sound good as well, but it is those two that sound so startlingly present to me. And while I'm talking about the CD, I certainly don't want to ignore the music!
Fourteen great tunes, some old and some new to me at least. Frank Wakefield sounds great as always, and Bob Black does a fine job on banjo. I'd have to say that "Cruel Willie" is my favorite. Sends chills up my spine as I listen to it hear now.
Right now I'm listening to it on my Cambridge Soundworks Desktop Theater computer sound system, and it sounds great on that too! Anyway, I'm rambling, and need to get back to work, but I can't say enough about this recording.
You owe it to yourself to get a copy. I have no financial interest in saying so, and I don't know Jim personally although I hope our paths cross someday. My compliments to the chef!! When Walkin' In My Sleep came on it almost blew me out of my chair.
Frank's mandolin sounds like it's coming from right between your ears. Bob Black sounds crystal clear and your fiddle rips right through your chest.
I had to pour a drink and settle down.
That's the way Bluegrass is supposed to sound, not like the antiseptic recordings we hear today - way over produced like they're squeezing all the juice out of it. English rocker and producer Nick Lowe used to mix everything through tiny car radio speakers and his records always sounded more present than anyone else's at the time.
I think we should all go back to mono and start over. By the way, last night I viewed part of the DVD and I must say that that's gotta be the best way to teach mandolin. I had a non-playing mandolin friend with me who always asked me "how do you do that? I'm very impressed with the whole method.Find out how to use and troubleshoot your Samsung Galaxy Tab E with interactive simulators, how-to guides and support videos.
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