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Bill Clifton & The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band - Two Shades Of Bluegrass album

Bill Clifton & The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band - Two Shades Of Bluegrass album
  • Performer Bill Clifton
  • Title Two Shades Of Bluegrass
  • Date of release 1971
  • Style Bluegrass
  • Other formats DXD AHX TTA ADX RA VOX MP4
  • Genre Folk music
  • Size MP3 1184 mb
  • Size FLAC 1532 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 409

Two Shades of Bluegrass. Bill Clifton, Bill Clifton, The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band, The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band - Baby, You Done Flubbed Your Dub with Me 03:13. Bill Clifton, Bill Clifton, The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band, The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band - Night Train to Memphis 02:42. Bill Clifton, Bill Clifton, The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band, The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band - Po' Folks (All the Time) 01:45. Bill Clifton, Bill Clifton, The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band, The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band - My Native Home 03:41

Bluegrass music is a genre of American roots music that developed in the 1940s in the United States Appalachian region. The genre derives its name from the band Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys. Bluegrass has roots in traditional English, Irish, and Scottish ballads and dance tunes, and by traditional African-American blues and jazz.

The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band was founded in Hamilton by Alan Rhodes and Paul Trenwith. Their main influence was the music of Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs from the Blue Grass Boys. Dave Calder, who was studying at the University of Auckland, liked the sound and became their mandolin player. The called themselves Muleskinners and started performing in 1966. Classical violinist Colleen Bain met the group in 1967 and joined the band as its fiddle player After producer Bryan Easte saw them performing at folk festival.

More albums from Hamilton County Bluegrass Band: The Country Touch by Hamilton County Bluegrass Band. The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band by Hamilton County Bluegrass Band. Fifth Season by Hamilton County Bluegrass Band. View all albums . Kersbrook Cottage. By: Hamilton County Bluegrass Band (1972, Folk, World, & Country). 2. Old Times (It’s Easy To Forget). 3. Take Me Home Country Roads. 6. Foggy Mountain Breakdown.

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He's up with the Angels Now Bill Clifton, The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band. In the Blessed Name of Elvis Shades.

Bill Clifton & The Echo Mountain Band - Sunny side of life 1975. Bill Clifton - The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee (1957-58). Bill Clifton - Turn your radio on 1975. Meanwhile, he recorded with a local New Zealand band, The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band. In later years, he recorded both in Europe and in the United States. In the 1970s, he signed with County Records and formed the First Generation band, consisting of Clifton on guitar, Red Rector on mandolin and Don Stover on banjo. Bluegrass In the American Tradition – Nashville Records (1965). Are You From Dixie – Bear Family Records (1971). Getting Folk – Bear Family Records (1972). Blue Ridge Mountain Blues – County Records (1973). Come By the Hills – County Records (1975). Bluegrass Session 1952 – Bear Family Records (1975). Going Back To Dixie – Bear Family Records (1975).

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A1 Blue-Eyed Elaine
Written-By – Ernest Tubb
2:25
A2 Jordan Is A Hard Road T Travel
Written-By – Traditional
2:21
A3 Ridin' On That Train
Written-By – Grandpa Jones
2:23
A4 A Dollar Down And A Dollar A Week
Written-By – Traditional
1:57
A5 Red Wing
Written-By – Traditional
2:16
A6 Baby, You Done Flubbed Your Dub With Me
Written-By – Carlisle*
3:12
A7 Night Train ToMemphis
Written-By – Roy Acuff
2:43
B1 Po' Folks
Written-By – Roy Acuff
1:44
B2 My Native Home
Written-By – A P Carter*
3:41
B3 He's Up With The Angels Now
Written-By – Uncle Dave Macon
3:32
B4 Sarah's Willijog
Written-By – Bill Clifton
2:34
B5 Feast Here Tonight
Written-By – Traditional
2:56
B6 Talking Guitar Blues
Written-By – Traditional
3:56

Credits

  • Banjo – Paul Trenwith
  • Bass – Lyndsay Bedogni
  • Fiddle – Colleen Bain*
  • Guitar – Alan Rhodes
  • Mandolin – Dave Calder
  • Vocals – Bill Clifton