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Michael Rossetto: Intermodal Blues

Read "Intermodal Blues" reviewed by Friedrich Kunzmann

In search of the roots and the limits of where a banjo comes from and how far the instrument can go, Minneapolis-based Michael Rossetto makes a journey from cinematic soundscapes to traditional western folklore with a jazzy spin to it. On Intermodal Blues Michael Rossetto is joined by upright bassist Chris Bates and drummer ...


Jayme Stone: "Room of Wonders"

Bach's Lilt, Mystery Melodies, and the Wonders of the World: Banjo Instigator Jayme Stone Whirls and Waltzes on Room of Wonders As masterful banjo player and musical instigator Jayme Stone was fixing dinner one night, he heard Bach dance. “I was listening to Bach's “French Suites" while cooking. The performance had such a lilt to it ...


Bluegrass Music with a Chinese Accent

Bluegrass Music with a Chinese Accent

Bluegrass With A Red Tint Abigail Washburn's sound is a mash-up of old-timey Americana and Chinese tradition. Abigail Washburn is sitting on a bench in New York's Battery Park City on a recent afternoon, the Statue of Liberty standing at attention just beyond the water's edge. Tourists stop to snap photos, buy trinkets, get ...

Song of the Traveling Daughter

Label: Nettwerk America
Released: 2005


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