Rick Brockner | Black Mountain Brew

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Black Mountain Brew

by Rick Brockner

Southern Mountain music of today with dulcimer, fiddle, mandolin and guitar. These songs are rooted in the great musical culture of the North Carolina Mountains seen through the eyes of todays artist.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Where John Used to Be
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2. Along Time
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3. Appalachian Funk
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4. Beech Mountain
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5. Rolling Downhill
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6. Mount Basie
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7. Country in the City
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8. Alexandria Arrived
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9. Time At Home
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10. Dance in the Square
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11. Sweet Clair
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12. Paddy and the Washer Woman
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13. Third of July
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14. Rowan County
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15. Ride Into the Sonlight
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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Rick Brockner's music career covers almost fourty years with songs played on the radio all over the world. With "Black Mountain Brew" one gets the best of Rick's work with dulcimer, fiddle and mandolin. Rick's first dulcimer CD "Fiddlin' With A Dulcimer" was a break through recording for the dulcimer. Rooted in traditional mountain music yet seen through the eyes of todays artist. The song "Fiddlin' With A Dulcimer" went on to be the music for the Silver Award winning documentary "Continental Ohio" produced by PBS Ohio. Four of Rick's song are used by the state of North Carolina in the film Blue Ridge By-Ways. The history of the Blue Ridge Parkway and western Carolina to be shown to all students in the fourth Grade. Rick's work has been well reviewed by Art Menius and Dulcimer Player News and others. Rick has one foot in the past and the other in today and dulcimer music keeps growing and moving forward.

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