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Dan Crary - Bluegrass Guitar mp3 flac

  • Singer: Dan Crary
  • Album: Bluegrass Guitar
  • MP3: 1100 mb | FLAC: 1858 mb
  • Released: 1970
  • Style: Bluegrass
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Dan Crary - Bluegrass Guitar mp3 flac

Bluegrass Guitar ‎(LP, Album). American Heritage Music Corporation. Bluegrass Guitar ‎(CD, Album, RE). Sugar Hill Records (2). SH-CD-3806.

Although this album features fine accompaniment from Buddy Sparlock, Lonnie Pearce, Danny Jones and Ebo Walker this really is a showcase for Dan Crary's flatpicking Instead it's a pure driving bluegrass album consisting of mainly fiddle tunes flatpicked on guitar.

Album · 1969 · 12 Songs. Flatpicking guitarist Dan Crary was born and raised in Kansas. It was there that he first developed an interest in guitar, particularly the steel-string, flat-top version favored by artists like Doc Watson. In 1968, Crary helped found the Bluegrass Alliance, and used Watson's influence as a jumping-off point for innovation in the genre. Throughout the 1970s, Crary appeared with the group Sundance, which included fiddler Byron Berline and banjoist John Hickman.

There really were no solo guitar heroes in bluegrass music (unless you count Clarence White, who never made a solo album before his tragically young death) until Dan Crary made this record back in 1970. Up to that point, the guitar had been almost exclusively a rhythm instrument, and even then its function often appeared to the casual observer to be limited to giving the singer something to do with his hands

Dan Crary is a really big man. He stands well over six feet tall, and were I told he stood seven feet tall, I'd not be surprised, as he's just that much taller than most everyone else, and besides that, he's not exactly thin either. He's got a voice, of course, and his voice is huge itself; when Dan Crary speaks, you can hear him far away, and he doesn't really need a microphone; he's very loud already. Dan Crary, you see, is a professor of communications, and I believe this is at the University of Southern California. It was such a new idea, that his first album was simply titled, Bluegrass Guitar. Over the years the idea not only caught on, but flourished. While it is plain enough to anyone that Doc Watson had already been making albums while playing leads or solos on a steel string guitar with a pick, the music of Doc Watson really just featured some Bluegrass. Watson had never been a dedicated Bluegrass guy.

Dan Crary Format: Vinyl. There really were no solo guitar heroes in bluegrass music (unless you count Clarence White, who never made a solo album before his tragically young death) until Dan Crary made this record back in 1970. Up to that point, the guitar had been almost exclusively a rhythm instrument, and even then its function often appeared to the casual observer to be limited to giving the singer something to do with his hands

A digitally remastered collection of mostly traditional bluegrass tunes, including Devil’s Dream, Black Mountain Rag, and Forked Deer. Tracks 1. Cross The Big Sandy 2. Reuben 3. The Dusty Miller 4. Devil’s Dream 5. Blackberry Blossom 6. Salt Creek 7. Black Mountain Rag 8. Sweet Sunny South 9. Monroe’s Hornpipe 10. Forked Deer 11. Gold Rush 12. Fishin’ Creek Blues. Additional Information.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Cross The Big Sandy
Written-By – Baker*
2:37
A2 Reuben
Written-By – Traditional
2:50
A3 The Dusty Miller
Written-By – Traditional
3:19
A4 Devil's Dream
Written-By – Traditional
2:12
A5 Blackberry Blossom
Written-By – Traditional
2:40
A6 Salt Creek
Written-By – Monroe*
2:47
B1 Black Mountain Rag
Written-By – Traditional
3:30
B2 Sweet Sunny South
Written-By – Traditional
2:12
B3 Monroe's Hornpipe
Written-By – Monroe*
2:20
B4 Forked Deer
Written-By – Traditional
2:45
B5 Gold Rush
Written-By – Monroe*
2:45
B6 Fishin' Creek Blues
Written-By – Traditional
2:20

Credits

  • Banjo – Buddy Spurlock
  • Bass – Ebo Walker
  • Fiddle – Lonnie Peerce
  • Guitar – Dan Crary
  • Mandolin – Danny Jones