Over at Fervor Coulee Bluegrass, I’ve posted a piece including my reflections on some of the finest albums to be released these last couple months. http://www.countrystandardtime.com/blog/FervorCouleeBluegrass/entry.asp?xid=978 will get you there. Let’s see: I touch on albums released by Alan Jackson, David Grisman Bluegrass Experience, Si Kahn, Del McCoury Band, Junior Sisk & Joe Mullins, Melody Walker & Jacob Groopman, Terry Baucom, and Robbie Fulks, not to mention Mike Plume, Martyn Joseph, and the Ron Davies tribute. I may not be writing, but you can’t accuse me of not listening.
As always- thanks for visiting Fervor Coulee. Donald
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2 thoughts on “The Best of Bluegrass, Autumn 2013”
excellent job, Don. I disagree with your assessment of Nunally.
Really? Wow. I love his voice, his approach to a song. I’ve seen him with The Jaybirds a dozen times, and listened to almost all of his recordings- I can’t find fault with his singing. What is it that you don’t appreciate, Dru? Thankfully, there are so many singers around, we can always find someone to enjoy. I’ve been listening to the Mike Plume catalogue this weekend/week, and am pleasantly impressed by how much I continue to enjoy his music, after not listening to some of those albums for a decade. On a bit of a Lou Reed tear, as well- naturally- and, for some reason, the Osborne Brothers.