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Across The Imaginary Divide

Label: Rounder Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Some Roads Lead Home; I'm Gonna Tell You This Story One More Time; Across the Imaginary Divide; Let Me Show You What to Do; Petunia; Topaika; One Blue Truth; Let's Go; Kalimba; The Sunshine and the Moonlight; That Old Thing; That Ragtime Feeling.

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Bela Fleck & The Marcus Roberts Trio: Across The Imaginary Divide

Read "Across The Imaginary Divide" reviewed by Doug Collette

Across The Imaginary Divide, the collaboration between banjoist Béla Fleck and The Marcus Roberts Trio, is as adventurous as its title suggests. And the fruit of these four musicians' labor is as seamless as their approach is fearless.The opening moments of “Some Roads Lead Home" demonstrate that the modesty with which the foursome interacts ...


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