Label: Sunny Mountain Records - EB 1006 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Bluegrass
Cary opens on the mandolin. Track 2. It's a story about a spunky and mischievous girl named Cindy. Track 3. This ballad is a good example with its roots deep in the British Isles.
Track 4. Cook and Ralph Randolph Here's an old fashioned love song, first published in that's become a country standard played by many groups for over a century. Kristin's autoharp accents our arrangement. Track 5. Our arrangement features Deanne on the blockCarol and Karen on guitar, and Bob's hammered dulcimer.
Track 6. Track 7. Track 8. Track 9. Track Hascall and William Bradbury This Southern gospel classic is found in many old Christian songbooks. It's become a standard for generations. Though composed in the s following WW-1, the lyrics are generic to any soldier in any war in any generation. Gabriel Gospel singing is a celebration of religious values of people.
This gospel traditional of the 19th century, with its bright and upbeat tempo expresses the hope and faith of religion. The song tells of the sadness of a loved one at a mother's passing, and expresses strong Christian values of life and death. Kristin and Edie share the vocals. As a young boy raised in Pittsburgh, Pa, it was the Ohio riverboat minstrels that brought the Southern music influence to his ear. Goullard and Charles A. White This pretty folk song, arranged here with autoharp and hammered dulcimer, is considered by many to be the favorite of all of the old Appalachian folk music.
It was originally under the title "A package of old love letters". These lyrics tell of a mother's gift to her loving son as he is preparing to leave home to find his way in life.
It's sung and enjoyed by new generations of Americans everywhere today -- for even our children are singing this song in school. Carter, APRS BMI Folk songs often tell the story of plain Bury Me Beneath The Willow - Clay Jones - Traditional Autoharp simple things in life; and this lovely Carter song does justice to our album ending with its simple down home lyrics, sweet melody and soft dulcimer accompaniment led by Karen and Bob.
Dobro, lead guitar and mandolin. Jerry is the featured vocalist. Excell An old favorite for children. Krisitn Benjamin is featured on vocal with her own multitracked 4-part harmony. Classical guitar. What better instruments than straight melodic harmonica on the break and a driving openback clip-clop banjo to lead the rhythm. Everybody sings along congregational-style on this old hymn. Scott Atkinson is the lead caller. Kristin Benjamin has the lead vocals. Dobro combines with open back banjo on the breaks.
An upbeat arrangement with a Delta blues pick, some potent djembe and bass and a crosscutting F harp. Group accapello and chorus; Luna C* - Luna C Project 2 - Mission Of Madness EP Dunstan solo vocalist on the verses. A combination of mandolin and classical lead guitar. Done with banjo and tambourine. Ukelele, guitar, banjo and bass.
Soft 6- and string guitar and octave mandolin. Everyone sings. Mandolin and dobro take the breaks. This is the token Christmas song on the album done bluegrass style Oblivius Maximus - Superjoint Ritual - Use Once And Destroy all the strings.
The autoharp is the featured instrument with a touch of the dobro. A short and sweet arrangement. Where Do Broken Hearts Go - Whitney Houston - Whitney sings and the instrumentation features a combination of lap dulcimer, hammered dulcimer and octave mandolin.
A cute song!! Jones A gospel favorite found in many Christian hymnals. Kristin Benjamin gives us another solo for the whole group to answer on the chorus. Autoharp and spoons set the pace. Kristin Benjamin leads the verses and the whole congregation joins in on the choruses.
DO LORD, Traditional A little bit of banjo, a potent dobro and everybody singing this Melancholie Des Widerstands - Pt.
I - Das Synthetische Mischgewebe - The Escape Of The Electrified D familiar upbeat traditional religious tune. Accapello introduction by the group, and Edie Kuhns is the Bury Me Beneath The Willow - Clay Jones - Traditional Autoharp caller.
Multiple tracks of the octave mandolin are featured. Scott Atkinson is the lead voice. A warm soft dobro, guitar in drop D tuning and the djembe adds a nice effect to this arrangement.
Kristin opens our arrangement with a solo, then the whole group sings along. Mandolin and Bury Me Beneath The Willow - Clay Jones - Traditional Autoharp are the lead instruments. Slapstick style music with banjo, mandolin, guitar and bass.
Bob is the featured vocalist, acoustic guitar and harmonica player along with the percussive guitar style of John Wesley Dickson. Len is on bass. Jerry plays the string and John plays both rhythm and percussive guitar; Len is on bass. Jerry dedicates this song to his wife Sandy. Kristin sings harmony with Karen on the chorus.
Karen finger-picks the Martin guitar and guest performer Ken Levin is featured on the concert and alto flutes. T rack 6. Jack Vass with his 3-part harmony and lead guitar done in a style reminiscent of the early sixties music. Kristin adds somes vocal ooo's, Bob adds some ryhthm guitar and Len plays the bass. Len plays bass and Bob overdubs the rhythm guitar. This is a very upbeat song featuring Bob singing the lead and pickin' lead guitar, Kristin adds some high and low harmony to create an almost haunting effect, and Len anchors the song with his excellent bass playing.
Bob adds some Dobro and banjo to round out the instrumentation of Len's bass and Jack's guitar. Karen leads the instrumentation with the mandolin the sliding whistle and rythmn guitar. Bob adds some banjo and len plays the bass. Bob is featured as the lead vocalist and the rest of the group sings along on the choruses.
Karen's outstanding tenor and alto mandolin lead the instrumental accompaniment, while Bob does his thing on ryhtmn guitar and len on bass. A very nice calypso-doo wop style beat with an acoustic percussive background of guitar, bass and bongos and featurng Kristin on lead vocal and the "doo wop" harmony voices. Bob sings the lead here and the rest of the group helps him Dressed In White - Sarnath - Life.Lies through the "smelly" chorus.
Bob picks the banjo for a distinctive instrumental accompaniment to the guitars and bass. Done in a light country style characteristic of Edie's favorite music, the song features Kristin on lead vocal and harmony and Bob plays both lead guitar and Weissenborn guitar.
Jerry plays both 6-string and string guitar and John Wesley Dickson plays the lead guitar on this one. Bob sings lead on the verses and everybody sings along congregational-style on the vibrant choruses of this new Gospel song. The 5-string banjo picked by Bob is the break instrument. Return to Garlic and Angels CD.
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