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Bela Fleck Bluegrass Sessions: Tales From The Acoustic Planet, Vol. 2 ~ DVD Audio 24-bit 96kHz LPCM Stereo
Posted By : Guthead | Date : 04 Feb 2022 18:11:49 | Comments : 6

Bela Fleck Bluegrass Sessions: Tales From The Acoustic Planet, Vol. 2
Warner Bros. DVD Audio ~ 24-bit 96kHz LPCM Stereo Only (2000)
Flac Files | No Log/Cue (DVD Rip) | Complete HQ Scans | ~1.35 Gb | RS
Original 1999 | 75:50 min | 16-Page Booklet | Bluegrass

The pleasures of good bluegrass music are not to be underestimated, especially instrumental bluegrass. In these days of pretentious in-your-face alternative rock, pretentious teenage pop groups, pretentious country music stars, pretentious pseudo-Latin hits and even roots rock bands that sound so sincere that it borders on the pretentious, hearing one of the great American music forms played by a bunch of musicians using instruments that don't plug in, can really be a breath of fresh air. Especially when those musicians are some of the best around and are doing what they do for the love and enthusiasm of the music and having an infectiously great time in the process. I am reminded of this by a DVD that combines some of the world's finest living bluegrass musicians in a recording that is not only stellar luegrass, but is just great music from any objective perspective. It's the newest release by the prolific banjo luminary Béla Fleck called The Bluegrass Sessions, Tales from the Acoustic Planet Volume 2, and it just doesn't get much better than this. Even if you are not a fan of bluegrass, The Bluegrass Sessions may well make you into one. It's a wonderful change from the mindless similarity of
commercial pop. It's also exceptional music played by exceptional musicians, irrespective of genre. The Graham Weekly Album Review #1157


1. Blue Mountain Hop
2. Buffalo Nickel
3. When Joy Kills Sorrow
4. Spanish Point
5. Polka on the Banjo
6. Clarinet Polka
7. The Over Grown Waltz
8. Ode to Earl
9. Home Sweet Home
10. Valley of the Rogue
11. Plunky's Lament
12. Maura On A Bicycle, Stout And Molasses, Way Back When
13. Dark Circles
14. Old Jellico, Puddle Jumper, Dead Man's Hill
15. Katmandu
16. Do You Have Room?
17. Foggy Mountain Special
18. Major Honker

Personnel: Bela Fleck (banjo); John Hartford (vocals, banjo); Tony Rice (guitar); Earl Scruggs (banjo); Sam Bush (mandolin); Jerry Douglas (dobro); Vassar Clements, Stuart Duncan (fiddle); Mark Schatz (bass fiddle); Vince Gill, Tim O'Brien,
Ricky Skaggs (background vocals).

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Posted By: mojo: Date: 04 Feb 2022 20:39:44
Stellar, superb, could go on and on. Eternally grateful to you sir.
Posted By: Hitsch Date: 04 Feb 2022 20:46:19
superb share- just wonderful
Posted By: Dr. Robert Date: 04 Feb 2022 23:37:40
Thanks for sharing
Posted By: bonomau Date: 05 Feb 2022 07:43:30
I've always wanted to hear this, thank you so much for the up.
Posted By: Woody469 Date: 05 Feb 2022 10:58:25
WOW Thank You Sir !!!
Posted By: layoutpad Date: 06 Feb 2022 05:44:01
The JBL 4412A's are making sounds that this old dog hasn't heard before. Thanks!
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