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Banjo Barons - Dueling Banjos download mp3 album
Performer:
Banjo Barons
Album:
Dueling Banjos
Style:
Bluegrass, Folk
Released:
1973
Country:
Australia
FLAC vers. size:
1958 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1873 mb
WMA vers. size:
1626 mb
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Banjo Barons ‎– Dueling Banjos. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Style: Bluegrass, Folk. Dueling Banjos ‎(LP, Album, RE). Music For Pleasure.

Album · 2006 · 17 Songs. Dueling Banjo - Best of the Best.

Dueling Banjos" is an instrumental composition by Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith. The song was composed in 1954 by Smith as a banjo instrumental he called "Feudin' Banjos," which contained riffs from "Yankee Doodle. Smith recorded it in 1955 playing a four-string plectrum banjo and accompanied by five-string bluegrass banjo player Don Reno.

In fact, nobody's name appears on this album at all, rather than the Banjo Barons, which can't be considered a proper music combo in any stretch of the imagination. Okay, if they called it "Banjo Barren," it would make sense because these recordings are almost devoid of decent banjo playing. Instead, a large studio orchestra doodles its way through a series of medleys which consist usually of three or four different songs, strung together with the inspiration of a musical instrument salesman trying out some lead sheets.

Dueling Banjos - More Bluegrass Banjo. Released by Legacy International Jan 2006 17 Tracks. Dueling Banjos - More Bluegrass Banjo is a English album released on Jan 2006. Dueling Banjos - More Bluegrass Banjo Album has 17 songs sung by Various Artist. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Dueling Banjos - More Bluegrass Banjo songs on Gaana.

The banjo is a four-, five-, or six-stringed instrument with a thin membrane stretched over a frame or cavity as a resonator, called the head, which is typically circular. The membrane is typically made of plastic, although animal skin is still occasionally used. Early forms of the instrument were fashioned by Africans in the United States, adapted from African instruments of similar design. The banjo is frequently associated with folk, Irish traditional, and country music

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Dueling Banjos
A2 Blowin' In The Wind
Written-By – B. Dylan*
A3 Green, Green
Written-By – B. McGuire*, R. Sparks*
A4 Where Have All The Flowers Gone?
Written-By – P. Seeger*
A5 You're So Vain
Written-By – C, Simon*
B1 I Can See Clearly Now
Written-By – J. Nash*
B2 The Green Leaves Of Summer
Written-By – D. Tiomkin*, P. F. Webster*
B3 El Paso
Written-By – M. Robbins*
B4 Greenfields
Written-By – F. Miller*, R. Dehr*, T. Gilkyson*
B5 Song Sung Blue
Written-By – N. Diamond*

Credits

  • Arranged By – Claus Ogerman (tracks: B1), Teo Macero (tracks: A2 to A5, B2 to B5), Torrey Zito* (tracks: A1)
  • Conductor – Teo Macero
  • Engineer – Stan Tonkel, Stan Weiss
  • Liner Notes – Mort Goode
  • Photography By [Cover] – Slick Lawson
  • Producer – Teo Macero (tracks: A1, A5, B1, B5)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MFP 5937 Banjo Barons* Dueling Banjos ‎(LP, Album, RE) Music For Pleasure MFP 5937 Australia Unknown
KH 32214 Banjo Barons* Dueling Banjos ‎(LP, Album) Harmony KH 32214 Canada 1973
66 Banjo Barons* Dueling Banjos ‎(LP, Album) Harmony 66 New Zealand 1973
HC 15023 Banjo Barons* Dueling Banjos ‎(LP, Album) Harmony HC 15023 Australia 1973