Georgia Banjo Blues is a stripped-down affair, with most tracks just Rosenbaum solo on banjo, and for the record, few of these tunes are in the blues category. The playing is studied and back-porch, the singing is, well, appropriate, and in the end, the whole project emerges as a charming and subtle primer of the genre
Album · 2003 · 23 Songs. Fiddle and Banjo Music from Iowa and Another Place or Two - 1970s Recordings. The Iron Mountain Baby.
Album · 2003 · 23 Songs. Unlike others, though, for one reason or another Rosenbaum never came off as a copycat or hollow imitation.
We Taught Each Other": Art Rosenbaum and Georgia Banjo Blues. In: Banjo Newsletter: The 5-String Banjo Magazine, Vol. 31, No. 4, pp. 36-40. View it in the Music Periodicals Database. Drag and drop files here.
1. Saline County 1. Sundown 2. How come that blood on your sleeve 3. Chilly winds/Old Joe Clark/Johnny bring the jug around the hill 4. Roll Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½em on the ground 5. I donÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½t love nobody 6. Jubilee 7. John Hardy 8. Cinncinnati train 9. Georgia blues 10. CacklinÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½ hen 11. Swannanoa tunnel 12. RickettÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s hornpipe/The flowers of Michigan 13. Shoot the turkey buzzard. Last chance 14. If I lose my money let me lose 15. Cold frosty morning/Cottage in the grove 16.
This catalog accompanied Art Rosenbaum’s first major retrospective exhibition in 2006 at the Georgia Museum of Art, curated by Dennis Harper, with essays by Harper and Paul Manoguerra, Curator of American Art. There are also entries by Willilam Underwood Eiland, Director of the Museum, and Len Jenkin, playwright and novelist. The catalog is illustrated with 51 full-color images of the entire checklist of paintings, drawings and prints from 1953 through 2005
So I recently acquired Georgia banjo blues and I think it is one of the best darn Clawhammer albums I have heard in a long long time. olderisbetter - Posted - 09/05/2009: 07:56:20. He plays many different older styles. Wills Creek - Posted - 09/05/2009: 08:22:13
Art Rosenbaum (born 1938) is an art professor emeritus at the University of Georgia, an artist, musician, and folklorist. He won a Grammy award in 2008 for Best Historical Album, for his music collection Art Of Field Recording Volume I: Fifty Years Of Traditional American Music Documented By Art Rosenbaum. Rosenbaum was born in upstate New York, and studied at Columbia University. The family moved around the United States during his childhood, his father being a member of the Army Medical Corps.
|1||Saline County||Art Rosenbaum||1:58|
|3||How Come That Blood on Your Shirt Sleeve?||Art Rosenbaum||3:03|
|4||Chilly Winds/Old Joe Clark/Salt River/Johnny Bring the Jug Around ...||Art Rosenbaum||3:24|
|5||Roll 'Em on the Ground||Art Rosenbaum||1:49|
|6||I Don't Love Nobody||Art Rosenbaum||1:56|
|8||John Hardy||Art Rosenbaum||3:29|
|9||Cincinnati Train||Art Rosenbaum||1:45|
|10||Georgia Blues||Art Rosenbaum||3:02|
|11||Cacklin' Hen||Art Rosenbaum||2:06|
|12||Swannanoa Tunnel||Art Rosenbaum||3:43|
|13||Rickett's Hornpipe/The Flowers of Michigan||Art Rosenbaum||2:26|
|14||Shoot the Turkey Buzzard/Last Chance||Art Rosenbaum||2:38|
|15||If I Lose My Money Let Me Lose||Art Rosenbaum||2:53|
|16||Cold Frosty Morning/Cottage in the Grove||Art Rosenbaum||2:16|
|17||Coal Creek March/Last Payday at Coal Creek||Art Rosenbaum||4:14|
|19||Want to Go to Cuba But I Can't Go Now||Art Rosenbaum||2:00|
|21||Billy Button||Art Rosenbaum||1:05|
|22||Echoes of the Ozarks||Art Rosenbaum||2:55|
|23||Last Cheater's Waltz||Art Rosenbaum||1:52|
Performer: Art Rosenbaum
Title: Georgia Banjo Blues
Style: Traditional Folk,Appalachian,North American Traditions,Old-Timey
Size MP3: 1809 mb
Size FLAC: 1611 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
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