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Dueling Banjos - More Bluegrass Banjo
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Dueling Banjos - More Bluegrass Banjo
Genres: Country, Folk
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Dueling Banjos - More Bluegrass Banjo by Various Artists


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All Artists: Various Artists
Title: Dueling Banjos - More Bluegrass Banjo
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Legacy International
Original Release Date: 4/22/1997
Re-Release Date: 4/16/2009
Genres: Country, Folk
Styles: Americana, Bluegrass, Traditional Folk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 076637044823


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Dueling Banjos - More Bluegrass Banjo by Various Artists

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A Weisberg knockoff
Dave | Richfield, MN United States | 06/13/2001
(1 out of 5 stars)

"If you are looking for the soundtrack from "Deliverance," this 'aint it. The Deliverance soundtrack (available on Amazon) was actually a reissue of an album called "New Dimensions in Bluegrass," by Eric Weisberg and Marshall Brickman, which is considered one of the all-time great banjo records. It also featured great fiddling by Gordon Terry and the legendary Clarence White on guitar.Whoever did this album apparently tried to rip off that classic album. The songs are nearly the same, but the musicianship is abysmal. What an insult, it's like listening to a bad cover band trying to pass themselves off as the Beatles. Buyer Beware."
A Trojan Horse
Dave | 11/28/2000
(2 out of 5 stars)

"Up until Bill Keith came along banjo players had never really been able to play fiddle tunes note for note.They were stuck playing part of the melody but not all of it. When I saw this CD I thought it was a reissue of Eric Weissberg's and Marshall Brickman's "New Dimensions in Bluegrass And Banjo". The title of this CD says "Dueling Banjos" yet it really isn't what I would call a primarily "Banjo" album. It sounds like many of the city bluegrass bands of the sixties just not the best ones(Greenbriar Boys,New York Ramblers, and Keith and Rooney). The sound is somewhat muffled in my opinion."