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Friday, October 2, 2015

Telluride House Band, 6-20-2010 (FM) Re-Post

I figure this is worth bringing back.  This is an all-star jam from the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. It has the usual top artists banding together for a gret set. It has four of the five original Strength In Numbers group.
Town Park
Telluride, CO
FM feed

Telluride House Band
June 20, 2010
37th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival
Telluride, Co

01. Slewfoot
02. Steam Powered Aereo Plane
03. Gnashers
04. Down The Road
05. Logjam
06. Seasick in the Mountains
07. Cotton Mill Man
08. "Jerry Douglas tune"
09. Lee Highway Blues
10. Slipstream
11. Walls of Time #
12. Molly and Tenbrooks #
13. Morning Top
14. My Brain
15. Whitehouse Blues

Telluride House Band:
Sam Bush - Vocals, Mandolin
Jerry Douglas - Dobro
Stuart Duncan - Violin
Bela Fleck - Vocals, Banjo
Bryan Sutton - Vocals, Guitar
Edgar Meyer - Bass
# with Peter Rowan

This note came from the taper:
** this is the last 1.5 hrs of the set. along w/ koto losing the feed, I lost my connection.....?**

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  1. Nice "House Band" eh, AZ? By any name they can play some very serious bluegrass. Thanks for sharing this rare and wonderful music. Best to you.


  2. Thanks so much for all this classic bluegrass, AZ. As we used to say back in Nawth C-lina: "You done made my day, son." Take care of yourself, my friend.


  3. Fantastic! Thanks, AZ. Any and all Jerry Douglas appreciated.