Bob Webb | Red-Devil Speedway (Banjo Tunes & Folk Songs)

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Red-Devil Speedway (Banjo Tunes & Folk Songs)

by Bob Webb

This CD release features clawhammer-style five-string banjo played on both fretted and fretless instruments by a master banjo stylist, as well as guitar songs that reinterpret and preserve American folk music from the late-1800s through the 1940s.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Dinah
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2. Horseflies
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3. A Rake and a Ramblin' Boy
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4. I'm Not Ready to Settle Down
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5. Cold Rain & Snow
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6. Beaver Dam Road
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7. Riders in the Sky
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8. Dan's Dream
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9. Johnson Boys
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10. The Red-Devil Speedway (Falls of Richmond)
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11. Down in the Pines
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12. The Brave Engineer
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13. John Henry
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14. Reuben's Train
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A companion volume to Bob Webb's popular CD Full Circle: The Solo Banjo Sessions, Red-Devil Speedway includes both banjo and guitar music played and sung by this four-decades veteran of the international folk scene. The tracks include a variety of Americana, from Appalachian Mountain ballads played in clawhammer style on the five-string banjo, to sturdy guitar pieces that reflect on the legacy of our musical heroes, like Woody Guthrie, Cisco Houston, Frank Proffitt and Jimmie Rodgers. If you like the music from the movie O Brother Where Art Thou?, you will probably enjoy Bob's take on authentic material from the American songbag.

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