Red Allen , Frank Wakefield And The Kentuckians - Bluegrass download mp3 album
Red Allen and Frank Wakefield. Allen and Wakefield's music ranges from strictly traditional songs like "Little Maggie" to pieces introduced by Bill Monroe to sacred material, all with their hallmark close harmonies and tight instrumental backing. Like Monroe and Roscoe Holcomb, Allen's voice embodies the "high lonesome" sound. Red Allen and Frank Wakefield. 102. Somebody Loves You Darling. 103. New Camptown Races. 104. Are You Afraid to Die? Red Allen and.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Wakefield (born June 26, 1934) is an innovative American mandolin player in the bluegrass music style. Wakefield is known for his collaborations with a number of important and well-known bands, including Red Allen, Jimmy Martin, Don Reno, Jerry Garcia, David Grisman, The Stanley Brothers, and the Greenbriar Boys. Born into a musical family in Emory Gap, Tennessee, Wakefield by age eight already knew how to play harmonica, guitar and bass.
Album · 1964 · 12 Songs. More By Frank Wakefield. See All. Bluegrass Mandolin Extravaganza. The Folkways Years, 1964-1983.
Harley Allen (February 12, 1930 – April 3, 1993), better known as Red Allen, was an American bluegrass singer and guitarist known for his powerful tenor voice. Allen, born in Pigeon Roost Hollow, near Hazard, Kentucky, grew up in the music-rich hills of eastern Kentucky, and following a stint in the Marines, settled in Dayton, Ohio in 1949, where he began performing professionally.
Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. More Images. Red Allen (2), Frank Wakefield And The Kentuckians – Bluegrass. Label: Folkways Records – FA 2408. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
Red Allen, Frank Wakefield & The Kentuckians "Bluegrass" (Folkways, 1964). This album is a classic of the early 1960s bluegrass scene, with a sharp band led by guitarist Red Allen and mandolin player Frank Wakefield. It also featured some great early work by banjo wizard Bill Keith (with Pete Kuykendall playing banjo on about half the tracks). If you want to hear what no-nonsense traditional bluegrass sounded like in the ass era, this is an outstanding example. DJ Joe Sixpack, Slipcue Guide To Country Music).
|Somebody Loves You Darling|
|New Camptown Races|
|Are You Afraid To Die|
|Sweetheart You Done Me Wrong|
|Are You Washed In The Blood|
|Deep Elem Blues|
|The Little Girl And The Dreadful Snake|
|I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail|
|Shake Hands With Mother Again|
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