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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Strength In Numbers, Telluride, CO 6-18-1993 (SBD)

Of course, Strength In Numbers is full of some of the best bluegrass musicians alive.  The playing on this is, as expected, fantastic.  And yes it is a soundboard!
Telluride Blue Grass Festival
Telluride, CO
June 18, 1993
The Players:
Sam Bush - Mandolin
Jerry Douglas - Dobro
Bela Fleck - Banjo
Edgar Meyer - Bass
Mark O'Connor – Fiddle, Mandolin, Guitar

01. Pastuer Mustard's Intro 1:16
02. Another Morning  8:20
03. Unfolding  6:17
04. Future Man / Texas Red  11:44
05. Pink Flamingos  5:47
06. Duke & Cookie  4:57
07. Grant's Corner  6:50
08. Limerock  3:19
09. band intros  8:40
10. We Hide & Seek 6:29
11. Beaumont Rag  6:19
12. Whooah// 3:51
13. (PA short / blank track)  2:25
14. One Winter's Night  5:41
15. Macedonia  6:02
16. The Lochs Of Dread  7:51
17. (banter) 0:52
18. Blue Men Of The Sahara  7:03
19. (applause) 5:30
20. Plasma  7:08

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