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Monday, May 11, 2015

Strength In Numbers, Alexandria, VA, 10-10-1989 (SBD)

Here is another show from the bluegrass or acoustic super group called Strength In Numbers. I posted this back in Jan. of 2011 and someone requested I bring it back.  And I felt it was worth it.  This show has been edited to fit on one disc. It is missing a bass solo and a violin solo, at least, and maybe some more. This is some amazing playing by some of the best. You can't go wrong with a lineup like this.

Strength In Numbers
The Birchmere
Alexandria, WV
10-10-1989
Soundboard

Bela Fleck: Banjo
Sam Bush: Mandolin
Jerry Douglas: Dobro
Mark O'Connor: Violin and Guitar
Edgar Meyer: Bass

01. Intro, Unfolding
02. Future Man > Texas Red
03. Pink Flamingos
04. Duke & Cookie
05. Band Intros
06. One Winter's Night
07. Duet
08. Paddy On The Turnpike
09. Sanctuary
10. A Peaceful Return (Jerry Douglas Solo)
Grant's Corner > From Ankara to Izmir

Mp3/320k
Download Link
https://mega.co.nz/#!pJo0gDYC!5g1a7qrNQDl-65UyqIqNbCKRU8a9_0D6mUarxuFDqi0

4 comments:

  1. Thanks very much.

    Anybody who likes this band should check out the creaking tree string quartet from Toronto, who have a similar musical esthetic.
    http://www.creakingtree.com/

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  2. Please re-post. And THANKS for all the great bluegrass and new acoustic music.
    GREAT blog.
    Thanks for your generosity.

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  3. I expect that this is my second sip at this cup, and darn well worth it, too. Thanks AZ, for this and for the McCourys too.

    IG

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