The Rosehip String Band - The Rosehip String Band mp3 album
- Performer: The Rosehip String Band
- Title: The Rosehip String Band
- Genre: World, Country
- Formats: MP1 MP3 WMA MMF AA WAV MP4
- Released: 1976
- MP3 album: 1195 mb
- FLAC album: 1824 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 400
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The Incredible String Band is the debut album by the band of the same name, released in Britain in 1966 by record label Elektra. It is the only one of the band's albums to feature the original trio line-up with Clive Palmer, Robin Williamson and Mike Heron. The trio had been signed to Elektra Records by Joe Boyd, who had seen them play in Glasgow.
The rosehip string band - self titled - vintage vinyl lp.
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The Nashville String Band is the 1969 debut album by The Nashville String Band. The band consisted of Chet Atkins and Homer and Jethro. Atkins produced many of Homer and Jethro's later RCA albums and they in turn performed on a number of his. They released six albums on the RCA label. Please Help Me, I'm Falling". This 1960s country music album-related article is a stub.
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|A1a||Introduction: Theme From The Clay People|
|A1d||The Rutabaga Maturity Rag|
|A3.1||A Bar Fantasy|
|A3.2||Timor The Tartar|
|B1||Solar Emotions And Jump Up|
|B2||Salterello, Dibna Yuda, Pushna Puukna|
|B3.2||Cold Coffee And Warm Beer|
- Mastered At – Wakefield Manufacturing – 26683
- Double Bass [Bass Fiddle], Vocals [Breathing] – Barry Trachtenberg
- Guitar, Autoharp, Mandolin, Dulcimer, Harmonica, Jew's Harp, Performer [Limberjack], Hihat [Highhat], Vocals – Barry Charlton
- Guitar, Autoharp, Vocals, Tambourine, Handclaps – Connie Koralik
- Violin, Bass Drum, Performer [Tag] – Gerry Field*