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Let It Fly

Dillards (ディラーズ)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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VANF79460
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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1990
フォーマット
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CD
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Bill Bryson(Bass),  Herb Pedersen(Guitar (Acoustic)),  Herb Pedersen(Guitar (Electric)),  Herb Pedersen(Vocals),  Rick Williams(Drums),  Rodney Dillard(Vocals),  Steve Cooley(Guitar),  Steve Cooley(Guitar (Acoustic)),  Tom Brumley(Guitar (Steel)),  Byron Berline(Fiddle),  Dean Webb(Mandolin),  Herb Pedersen(Banjo),  Herb Pedersen(Dobro),  Herb Pedersen(Guitar (Rhythm)),  Herb Pedersen(Vocals (Background)),  Rodney Dillard(Dobro),  Rodney Dillard(Vocals (Background)),  Scott MacPherson(Voices),  Steve Cooley(Banjo),  Steve Cooley(Guitar (Rhythm)),  Tom Brumley(Pedal Steel),  Herb Pedersen(Vocal Harmony),  Steve Cooley(Hi String Guitar),  Herb Pedersen(Producer),  Scott MacPherson(Engineer),  Dillards(Arranger),  Georgette Pantello(Production Coordination),  Kent Crawford(Executive Producer),  Keven Shults(Artwork),  Scott MacPherson(Mixing),  Susanne Smolka(Design),  Georgette Pantello(Pre-Production),  Herb Pedersen(Harmony),  Keven Shults(Cover Art),  Larry Walsh(Digital Mastering),  Rodney Dillard(Harmony),  Mitch Jayne,  Mitch Jayne(Recitation)

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Over the years, the Dillards have had their share of personnel changes. When they recorded Let It Fly for Vanguard in 1990, the main participants were founding member Rodney Dillard (lead vocals), Steve Cooley (acoustic guitar, banjo), Dean Webb (mandolin), and Mitch Jayne (who co-wrote a few of the tunes). Produced by the Desert Rose Band's Herb Pedersen, Let It Fly is really more country-rock than bluegrass -- no one will mistake this CD for a collection of Bill Monroe recordings from the '40s. Let It Fly, which favors a blend of acoustic and electric instruments, doesn't cater to bluegrass purists. But then, the Dillards quit catering to bluegrass purists in the '60s when they started using electric instruments. Let It Fly should be judged by country-rock standards -- not traditional bluegrass standards -- and when country-rock standards are applied, one realizes that the album is excellent. Although bluegrass purists will be disappointed to learn that Let It Fly is far from a carbon copy of the Dillards' earliest recordings, country-rock items like Out on a Limb, Livin' in the House, and Close the Door Lightly have more heart than most of the slick, contrived stuff that country radio was playing in the early '90s. Rodney Dillard is expressive and convincing throughout the album, and in a perfect world, Let It Fly would have received a lot of airplay on country radio. But country radio didn't give this release the time of day. And while that was regrettable, it certainly wasn't the end of the world. The Dillards still had plenty of hardcore fans, and those are the people who bought Let It Fly. Arguably, Let It Fly is the best album that the Dillards provided in the '90s. ~ Alex Henderson, All Music Guide

収録曲   

  • 01. Darlin' Boys (02:20)
  • 02. Close the Door Lightly (03:24)
  • 03. Old Train (02:18)
  • 04. Big Ship (04:15)
  • 05. Missing You (04:25)
  • 06. Out on a Limb (02:47)
  • 07. Ozark Nights (02:46)
  • 08. Tears Won't Dry in the Rain (04:54)
  • 09. Livin' in the House (02:13)
  • 10. One Too Many Mornings (03:26)
  • 11. Let It Fly (03:40)
  • 12. Wizard of Song (04:07)

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Dillards

One of the leading lights of progressive bluegrass in the '60s, the Dillards played a major part in modernizing and popularizing the sound of bluegrass, and were also an underappreciated influence on country-rock. The group was founded by brothers Doug (banjo) and Rodney Dillard (guitar), who grew up in Salem, MO, playing music together. During the late '50s, they appeared often on local radio and

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