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Bluegrass Guitar

Dan Crary

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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SUG3806
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1970
フォーマット
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CD
クレジット
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Dan Crary(Guitar),  Ebo Walker(Bass),  Buddy Spurlick(Banjo),  Buddy Spurlock(Banjo),  Danny Jones(Mandolin),  Lonnie Peerce(Fiddle),  Wayne Stewart(Guitar (Rhythm)),  Daniel Jones(Mandola),  Bob Murray(Design),  Tony Rice(Liner Notes),  David Glasser(Digital Remastering)

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There really were no solo guitar heroes in bluegrass music (unless you count Clarence White, who never made a solo album before his tragically young death) until Dan Crary made this record back in 1970. Up to that point, the guitar had been almost exclusively a rhythm instrument, and even then its function often appeared to the casual observer to be limited to giving the singer something to do with his hands. This record was a fiery declaration of independence for bluegrass guitarists; it showed that the guitar could compete very well with the mandolin, banjo, and fiddle as a solo instrument in traditional music. Crary's fleet fingers make deceptively easy work of such classic fiddle tunes as Devil's Dream, Forked Deer, and Salt Creek, and his rendition of Black Mountain Rag has probably been as influential as Doc Watson's -- perhaps even more so. His backing band is outstanding. This reissue was long overdue when it was released in 1992, and its only drawback is its 30-minute length. ~ Rick Anderson, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Cross the Big Sandy (02:37)
  • 02. Reuben (02:50)
  • 03. Dusty Miller (03:19)
  • 04. Devil's Dream (02:12)
  • 05. Blackberry Blossom (02:40)
  • 06. Salt Creek (02:47)
  • 07. Black Mountain Rag (03:30)
  • 08. Sweet Sunny South (02:12)
  • 09. Monroe's Hornpipe (02:20)
  • 10. Forked Deer (02:45)
  • 11. Gold Rush (02:45)
  • 12. Fishin' Creek Blues (02:20)

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Dan Crary

Flatpicking guitarist Dan Crary was born and raised in Kansas. It was there that he first developed an interest in guitar, particularly the steel-string, flat-top version favored by artists like Doc Watson. In 1968, Crary helped found the Bluegrass Alliance, and used Watson's influence as a jumping-off point for innovation in the genre. Throughout the 1970s, Crary appeared with the group Sundance,

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