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Appalachian Swing
Kentucky Colonels, Croland White
Appalachian Swing
Genres: Country, Blues, Folk, Pop
 
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Japanese remastered reissue of the bluegrass act's 1964 album, packaged in a limited edition miniature LP sleeve. NALYD. 2005.

      
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All Artists: Kentucky Colonels, Croland White
Title: Appalachian Swing
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rounder Select
Release Date: 7/18/1993
Genres: Country, Blues, Folk, Pop
Styles: Bluegrass, Classic Country, Traditional Blues, Traditional Folk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 011661553125

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Japanese remastered reissue of the bluegrass act's 1964 album, packaged in a limited edition miniature LP sleeve. NALYD. 2005.

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Clarence White was amazing
Charles R. Cheshire II | Chattanooga, TN United States | 06/16/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I bought my copy of this CD from Roland (White) at a concert in Chattanooga, TN in 1999. There are still some out there. If you have a chance to go to a Roland White concert go if for no other reason than to get this CD, although Roland is always great. The interplay between Clarence & Roland on Nine Pound Hammer is phenomenal and worth the price of the CD by itself. With the exception of Listen To The Mocking Bird, which I never liked and seems out of place on a Bluegrass CD (to me, anyway) every tune is a masterpiece. John Henry and Sally Goodin also display that extraordinary communication that Clarence and Roland had. This is the best example I have heard so far of Clarence White's guitar playing. What a shame he died so early, he was an incredible talent. This album should be on every Bluegrass and flatpicking fan's list of must have recordings."
Toe-tappin', foot-stompin', jaw-droppin'
Eddie Finn | 07/17/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is the CD, along with the Doc Watson-Flatt & Scruggs 'Strictly Instrumental' album, which set the standard for the bluegrass instrumental album. Of greatest interest is Clarence White's guitar playing - nobody before or since has played the instrument with as much command, with such a complex understanding of time, with such tastefulness. His work on 'Nine Pound Hammer', Listen to the Mockingbird', and 'I Am a Pilgrim' - just awesome. Perhaps even more impressive is the interplay between the players here - For those of you who get together and jam with friends, listen to this as a primer - when one instrument leads, the others fade and follow - check out Clarence and Roland trading licks playing 'I Am a Pilgrim' and 'John Henry'.This one belongs on the shelf right next to the best by Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, The Stanley Bros, Doc Watson, etc."
Bluegrass at its best!
Richard Malitz | Buffalo Grove, IL | 06/11/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I actually got to hear this album driving down US 41 (a two lane highway) through Kentucky on a sunny spring afternoon. If there ever was a more perfect soundtrack to a trip.... This is the greatest bluegrass music I have yet heard. What enhances it is the variety you get. On one track you might find lightning fast banjo and mandolin, while the next will be a gentle acoustic guitar. By having Clarence White's guitar in the band, the entire meaning of bluegrass takes on a whole new level. It is wonderful, it is beautiful, and it's out of print right now!"