Bill Monroe - Bill Monroe's Country Music Hall Of Fame mp3 flac
William Smith Monroe (/mənˈroʊ/; September 13, 1911 – September 9, 1996) was an American mandolinist, singer, and songwriter, who helped to create the style of music known as bluegrass. Because of this, he is commonly referred to as the "Father of Bluegrass". The genre takes its name from his band, the Blue Grass Boys, named for Monroe's home state of Kentucky. Monroe's performing career spanned 69 years as a singer, instrumentalist, composer and bandleader.
Bill Monroe made his most famous and popular - and arguably his best - recordings after he signed to Decca Records in 1950. For the next 40 years, he cut a number of classics, and 16 of his finest tracks are collected on Country Music Hall of Fame. The original versions of many of Monroe's best-known songs, including "New Mule Skinner Blues" and "Uncle Pen," are included, as well as his popular remake of his standard "Blue Moon of Kentucky. Of course, a career as long and varied as Monroe's is difficult to boil down to just 16 tracks and, inevitably,.
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Ricky Skaggs gets his hands on Bill Monroe’s mandolin, Chris Stapleton recalls his Kentucky roots and the War and Treaty get funky. In a moment most relevant to today’s conversation on women in country music, Country Music Hall of Fame member Brenda Lee called fellow female artists Trisha Yearwood, Emmylou Harris, Jan Howard, Jeannie Seely and Connie Smith out of the audience onto the stage to help her induct the late Dottie West. Their work together would reach its summit with Harris’s 1980 bluegrass album, Roses in the Snow, which heavily featured Skaggs on fiddle, banjo, mandolin, acoustic guitar and duet vocals. This tearful exchange between two of country music’s most fervent keepers of the flame was one of the night’s most profound moments. Ricky Skaggs played Bill Monroe’s mandolin. Photo: Terry Wyatt/Getty Images for Country Music Hall Of Fame).
|Mule Skinner Blues||2:44|
|Get Up John||2:32|
|You''l Find Her Name Written There||2:47|
|Blue Moon Of Kentucky||2:05|
|Put My Little Shoes Away||2:31|
|Rocky Road Blues||2:00|
|The Girl In The Blue Velvet Band||2:52|
|Summertime Is Past And Gone||2:20|
|Footprints In The Snow||2:37|
|The Gold Rush||2:55|
|DL 75281||Bill Monroe||Bill Monroe's Country Music Hall Of Fame (LP, Album, Comp)||Decca||DL 75281||US||1971|
|6-5281||Bill Monroe||Bill Monroe's Country Music Hall Of Fame (8-Trk, Comp, Club)||Decca||6-5281||US||1971|
|DL 75281, DT-93817||Bill Monroe||Country Music Hall Of Fame (LP, Comp, Club)||Decca, Decca||DL 75281, DT-93817||US||1971|
|DL 75281, R104295||Bill Monroe||Country Music Hall Of Fame (LP, Comp, Club)||Decca, Decca||DL 75281, R104295||US||1971|
|MCA-140||Bill Monroe||Bill Monroe's Country Music Hall Of Fame (LP, Album, Comp, RE)||Decca||MCA-140||US||1973|
|MCA-140||Bill Monroe||Bill Monroe's Country Music Hall Of Fame (LP, Comp, RE)||MCA Records||MCA-140||US||1973|
|MCA-140||Bill Monroe||Bill Monroe's Country Music Hall Of Fame (LP, Comp, RE)||MCA Records||MCA-140||US||1977|
|MCAD-10082, D 100632||Bill Monroe||Bill Monroe's Country Music Hall Of Fame (CD, Comp, Club, RE)||MCA Records, BMG Direct Marketing, Inc.||MCAD-10082, D 100632||US||1991|
|MCAD-10082||Bill Monroe||Bill Monroe's Country Music Hall Of Fame (CD, Comp, RE)||MCA Records||MCAD-10082||US||1991|