6 edition of Legend of the Bluegrass found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PZ4.B727 Le, PS3552.O7 Le|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||207 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||76056266|
Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Legends of Bluegrass [Time Life] - Various Artists on AllMusic - / OCLC Number: Notes: Compact discs. Performer(s): Osborne Brothers, Crossroads, Benny Martin, Joe Maphis & His Super Picker Pals, Josh Graves, Carl Story & His Rambling Mountaineers, Lester Flatt, Lester Flatt & The Nashville Grass, Lester Flatt's The Nashville Grass, Jones Brothers & The Log Cabin Boys, The Shenandoah Cut-Ups, Don Reno, Bill Harrell & The Tennessee Cut-Ups, Arthur.
Whether it is the Bluegrass of Kentucky, the mountains of Montana, or Medieval England, Jan Scarbrough brings you home with romances from the heart. Jan is the author of two popular series set in the Bluegrass, writing heartwarming contemporary romances about home and family, single moms and children, and if the plot allows, about another passion— : Saddle Horse Press. An exhaustively researched profile of bluegrass legend John Duffey () that covers not only his life in music, but also those of his colleagues and contemporaries. Duffey was a musician and singer who founded the important bluegrass groups The Country Gentlemen and The Seldom Scene.
Travers Chandler is at work on a biography of Charlie Moore, likely the first to be compiled for this influential bluegrass artist.. Charlie was a popular performer in the s and ’70, with his band The Dixie Partners, and as a duo partner with Bill Napier. As we turn the page on another year, the Bluegrass Situation has compiled ten music-related books from that may appeal to fans of bluegrass, roots, classic country, and yes, even alt-country. A&R Pioneers: Architects of American Roots Music on Record Authors: Brian Ward and Patrick Huber Some musicians just have that “it” factor – [ ].
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THE LEGEND OF THE BLUEGRASS by Leigh Borden | Kirkus Reviews In this spavined Gothic, Leslie is the companion to pretty crippled Mary Ben, mistress of Manford Manor in Kentucky horse territory.
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The title says it all. Volume 5 of an 8 volume set of the best Bluegrass music anywhere. Features fantastic performances from Carl Story, The Stonemans. LEGEND. LEGEND. KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS.
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Legendis an aggressive, Midnight-type, dark green Kentucky bluegrass variety ideal for use in both high and low maintenance applications. Legendhas very fine leaf texture and an File Size: KB. Learn about the creation of the unique American music called bluegrass through the story of Bill Monroe.
Bill Monroe loved many things: playing music, his big family, and his home in the bluegrass state of Kentucky. Even though his eyes were crossed and didn't work right, Bill's ears worked hard, picking out all sorts of sounds around his treasured home: rushing streams, wailing winds, and 5/5(2).
Bluegrass book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A history of bluegrass. Winner of the Country Music People Critics' Choice 4/5.
This book delves into the life of a Kentucky blueblood who apparently had an adventurish streak and evolved from being a Lexington narcotics detective to being found dead on a rural Kentucky farm with a malfunctioning parachute and multiple kilos of cocaine strapped to his body/5.
Series: Real Book Series Format: Softcover Composer: Various This collection gathers more than bluegrass favorites presented in the straightforward Real Book format favored by musicians including lyrics where applicable: Alabama Jubilee • Ballad of Jed Clampett • Bill Cheatham • Blue Ridge Mountain Blues • Bury Me Beneath the Willow • Dixie Hoedown • Down to the River to Pray.
The acknowledged Father of Bluegrass Music is Grand Ole Opry legend Bill Monroe, and the music took it's name from his band The Bluegrass Boys. The Kentucky native based his music on the old time fiddle bands and balladeers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, playing and singing their rustic melodies in a new, but still.
The biggest flub is the inclusion of "Blue Moon of Kentucky." Instead of providing sheet music/tablature of one of the two versions recorded by Bill Monroe, the publisher chose to present the rockabilly version made famous by Elvis Presley (complete with stuttering lyrics).
As a listing of best-known bluegrass songs, this book is good/5(11). The Bluegrass Fakebook by Bert Casey is a handy songbook containing bluegrass lyrics, bluegrass gospel lyrics, chord progressions, and melody lines to of the all-time favorite Bluegrass songs, including 50 gospel tunes, as well as many “new” bluegrass songs.
The book uses large, easy-to-read type with one song per page. This book is excellent for use on stage or in jam sessions, because.
Of the many, many bluegrass compilations out there, this is one the better ones. Here are 20 tracks from 6 pioneers of bluegrass music: Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs; the Stanley Brothers, Jimmy Martin, Mac Wiseman, and the Osborne Brothers/5(3).
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$ Next. Editorial Reviews Review. Praise for Blood in the Bluegrass "A tremendously entertaining mystery." --Elizabeth George, author of True South.5/5(5). Cantwell's Bluegrass Breakdown is a fascinating look at Bill Monroe and how he created not only "the old Southern sound", a.k.a.
bluegrass, but also the very idea of "the old Southern sound." As such it is not only about music, but also about the influence of history and individuals upon the creation of culture, the business of music, and by extension so many other relevant topics including /5.
This track set is drawn from the vast CMH Records bluegrass catalog. CMH was founded in in L.A. by Martin Haerle and Arthur Smith (the man who wrote "Dueling Banjos"). Smith and Haerle assembled a pretty impressive bluegrass catalog in the '70s and early '80s, with artists like Lester Flatt, the Osborne Brothers, Jim & Jesse, Mac Wiseman, Merle Travis, Grandpa Jones, Carl Story, Don 7/ Tom Piazza's account of his weekend with Bluegrass legend and noted hellion Jimmy Martin is a vivid and engaging read.
First published in the superb Oxford American magazine, this tale of Jimmy Martin's trip to the Grand Ol' Opry is not to be missed/5(4). Facing the Music, Larry Brown’s first book, was originally published in to wide critical acclaim. As the St. Petersburg Times review pointed out, the central theme of these ten stories “is the ageless collision of man with woman, woman.
For those of you who like your learning a bit more in-depth and enjoy the heft of a good book (or, we hate to say, the sleek screen of a Kindle) in your hands, we've rounded up a handful of the best bluegrass biographies (and autobiographies) out there.
Can't You Hear Me Callin': The Life of Bill Monroe, Father of Bluegrass, by Richard Smith. “An exhaustively researched profile of bluegrass legend John Duffey () that covers not only his life in music but also those of his colleagues and contemporaries Despite the copious detail, however, the book offers a rich and entertaining musical history of the bluegrass scene as well as more academic materials, including an essay by Robert Kyle on Duffey’s Irish roots and a lengthy.
Item Number: HL ISBN x11 inches. This collection gathers more than bluegrass favorites presented in the straightforward Real Book format favored by musicians including lyrics where applicable: Alabama Jubilee • Ballad of Jed Clampett • Bill Cheatham • Blue Ridge Mountain Blues • Bury Me Beneath the Willow • Dixie Hoedown • Down to the River to Pray.
With more than million books sold, Dailey is an undisputed legend of contemporary romantic fiction—and in Bluegrass King, she celebrates a love as lush as the rolling hills of Kentucky. Dani Williams has always resented wealthy, self-confident Barrett King.3/5(1).BILL MONROE Song Book A Alabama Waltz 53 All The Good Times Are Past And Gone Along About Daybreak 41 Angels Rock Me To Sleep 67 B A Beautiful Life Ben Dewberry’s Final Run 74 Big Ball In Brooklyn Big River Blue Moon Of Kentucky 21 Blue Night Blue Ridge Mountain Blues Blue Yodel No.4 26 Blue Yodel No.7 10 Boat Of Love 56File Size: KB.The Real Bluegrass Book Series: Real Book Series: HL # Song List: Alabama Jubilee Legend Of The Rebel Soldier Let Me Love You One More Time Listening To The Rain Little Bessie.