Mike Auldridge - Dobro mp3 album
American bluegrass musician, best known for playing the dobro b. December 30, 1938 (Washington, D. USA) d. December 28, 2012 (Silver Spring, MD, USA), One of bluegrass music's best known and most influential Dobro™ players. 1967, first professional job: Cliff Waldron and Bill Emerson's band "The New Shades of Grass.
Although not as cosmic as the solo guitar odysseys of John Fahey or Robbie Basho, the early-'70s recordings of this veteran dobro picker have an equal importance to the development of acoustic-stringed music in America
Dobro, Blues and Bluegrass - Студийный альбом от Mike Auldridge. В альбом вошло 37 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:47:51. House of the Rising Sun. 04:09. Killing Me Softly With His Song. The Sum of Marcie's Blues. Walk Don't Run. 02:59. Struttin' the Blues.
Silver Threads (Album Version). Dobro, Blues And Bluegrass. House Of The Rising Sun (Album Version). Pickaway (Album Version). Tennessee Stud (Album Version). View all. Treasures Untold. Appears On. Rolling And Tumbling: Acoustic Blues.
Artists Mike Auldridge Dobro, Blues and Bluegrass. Dobro, Blues and Bluegrass Mike Auldridge. This album has an average beat per minute of 166 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 166/166 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Dobro, Blues and Bluegrass.
Dobro, Blues And Bluegrass. Mike Auldridge, (born 30 December 1938, Washington, . is widely acknowledged as a premier resophonic guitar (the instrument formerly referred to as a Dobro) player. He played with The Seldom Scene for many years, creating a fusion of bluegrass with jazz, folk and rock. Auldridge started playing guitar at the age of 13. His main influence through his early years was Josh Graves who also sold him his first Dobro.
Mike Auldridge was one of the early Masters of the Dobro and this album shows him at a hi point of his career. This was recorded, I believe, in the 1970-74 era. I'm guessing because I was there when most of these musicians were playing the Bluegrass festivals, but not all in the same band at the same time, if you know what I mean. This is a wonderful collection of tunes and the musicians were on top of their game in the day. 25 tunes and every one better than the next. I had never heard David Bromberg play guitar before this album, and he does some super nice flat picking.
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- Manufactured By – Allegiance Records
- Marketed By – Allegiance Records
- Banjo – Bill Emerson
- Banjo, Guitar – Ben Eldridge
- Bass – Bill Yates, Ed Ferris, Steve Burgh, Tom Grey*
- Dobro – Josh Graves
- Dobro, Vocals – Mike Auldridge
- Engineer – George Motion
- Fiddle – Vassar Clements
- Guitar – Charlie Waller
- Lead Guitar – David Bromberg
- Mandolin, Guitar – Doyle Lawson, John Duffey
- Producer, Photography By – Jim McGuire
NotesSide 1, Track 6 - Dobro Island is not listed on outer cover.
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|D-1033||Mike Auldridge||Dobro (LP, Album)||Takoma, Devi Records||D-1033||US||1972|
|SNTF 657||Mike Auldridge||Dobro (LP, Album)||Sonet||SNTF 657||UK||1974|
|ILP-784||Mike Auldridge||Dobro (LP, Album)||Image||ILP-784||Australia||Unknown|
|D-1033||Mike Auldridge||Dobro (LP, Album, RE)||Takoma||D-1033||US||Unknown|