Doug Dillard - Duelin' Banjo mp3 flac download
|Date of release:||1973|
|MP3 album size:||1301 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1964 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP4 XM ADX AAC WMA AHX AC3|
Musicians: ・Doug Dillard (Banjo) ・Rodney Dillard (Guitar, Dobro) ・Dick Rosmini (Dobro, Guitar) ・Billy Ray Lathum (Guitar) ・Rick Cunha (Guitar) ・Buddy Emmons .
More blistering banjo from Doug Dillard. Released in 1969, "The Banjo Album" sounds as fresh as if it was made today
The Banjo Album is first and foremost an album of traditional bluegrass played by musicians firmly rooted in the work of pioneers like Flatt & Scruggs, the Stanley Brothers, and Bill Monroe. These same musicians, however, are all top-notch, second-generation players influenced by the rock scene. Consequently, Doug Dillard and crew manage to breathe genuine new life into many standards without sacrificing the integrity of the originals. In fact, the musicians not only play ferociously, but often completely reinterpret the old chestnuts, occasionally making them sound even better
Banjo – Doug Dillard. Bass – Colin Cameron, Dave Jackson. Cello, Harmonica – Jeff Gilkinson. Guitar – Billy Ray Lathum, Rick Cunha. Guitar, Resonator Guitar, Producer – Rodney Dillard. Keyboards – Andy Belling. Resonator Guitar, Guitar – Dick Rosmini.
Banjo – Doug Dillard (tracks: 1-12). Bass – Red Mitchell (tracks: 1-11). Fiddle – John Hartford (tracks: 1-11). Guitar – Bernie Leadon (tracks: 1-11). Harmonica – Gene Clark (tracks: 1-11). Harpsichord – Andy Belling (tracks: 1-11). Percussion – Milt Holland (tracks: 1-11).
I happened to listen to Doug Dillard’s banjo album, which is in fact titled The Banjo Album, through a fortunate accident. My friend and student Marty Bacon sent me a book. He graciously agreed to let me open it up and listen to it before sending it back to him. I popped it into my computer and HOLY COW! I was blown away.
Doug Dillard – The Banjo Album. Doug Dillard – The Banjo Album. Before embarking on his Fantastic Adventure with Gene Clark, The Dillards’ founder member issued this statement of intent?a sweet fusion of traditional folk tunes, Ralph Stanley-flavoured bluegrass and white-boy US blues. All the ingredients are in place?Jim Dickson production, Bernie Leadon’s guitar, John Hartford’s fiddle and Gene (on harmonica) among the crew, all providing a taste of that new ’60s baroque which lends this style its longevity and charm.
Douglas Flint Dillard (March 6, 1937 – May 16, 2012) was an American musician noted for his banjo proficiency and his pioneering participation in late-60s country rock. Dillard, who grew up on a farm near Salem, Missouri, began learning guitar and fiddle at age five, and banjo at age 15. He began playing in the family band, with his father Homer Sr. on fiddle, his mother Lorene on guitar, and his older brother Earl on keyboards.
Doug Dillard is an American bluegrass banjo player. In addition to his solo albums and recordings with the Dillards and Dillard & Clark, he has been featured as a performer and composer on numerous albums by other artists. Doug Dillard discography. Doug Dillard (right) with the reunion of the original Dillards. 1973: Duelin' Banjo (20th Century). 1974: You Don't Need A Reason To Sing (20th Century). 1979: Heaven (Flying Fish).
|My Grass Is Blue||2:11|
|Missouri Minor Blues||3:34|
|Sittin' On Top Of The World||3:30|
|The Whole World 'Round||1:50|
|The Bells Of St. Mary's||2:56|
|T-409||Doug Dillard||Duelin' Banjo (LP)||20th Century Records||T-409||US||1973|
|9209-409||Doug Dillard||Duelin' Banjo (LP)||20th Century Records||9209-409||Canada||1973|
|T-409||Doug Dillard||Duelin' Banjo (LP, Album, Promo)||20th Century Records||T-409||US||1973|