Cliff Wagner & The Old #7 | Take Me Back To The Delta

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Take Me Back To The Delta

by Cliff Wagner & The Old #7

Bluegrass with a honky tonk edge.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. East Virginia
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2. Take Me Back To The Delta
3:16 $0.99
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3. Rump Fulla Buckshot
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4. Road Trip
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5. Banjo SPecial
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6. Little White Chapel
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7. It Takes One To One To Know One
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8. Black Mountain Blues
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9. Dog Bite Your Hide
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10. Waiting
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11. I'm Gone , Long Gone
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Cliff Wagner was raised in Greenwood, Mississippi, home of blues legend Robert Johnson. His first instrument was his grandmother's banjo-uke (he was 7 years old). He started playing 5-string banjo at 11, and also picked up guitar. He played with his father, who plays stand-up bass, in a local bluegrass band in Mississippi until he moved to Boston to attend Berklee College of Music. While in Boston he played traditional music in Harvard Square and the subway for a living with partner Nathan Phillips. He also fronted the Roots-Blues band 10W40.

He and the band moved to NYC. There he started playing banjo in local bluegrass heroes Drinkin' and Cheatin' with mandolinist Bob Grant, formerly of the Bad Livers, now with Tim Graves and Cherokee. He moved to Calif. two years ago and played with the popular Southern California band The Redliners before starting his own group. He has won first and placed in the Blythe banjo, fiddle, and band competitions the last two years.
Cliff plays banjo and fiddle and sings lead for Cliff Wagner and The Old #7.

Jesse Harris plays flat pick guitar and sings tenor. He born and raised in Southern California. He's played with Gregg Harris, his father, formerly of the Burrito Brothers. Jesse also plays alt country with many of So.Cal's well-known artists.

Patrick Sauber, the newest member of the band, is a multi-instrumentalist . He plays mandolin, banjo, and Cajun accordion. He also performs with Richard Greene, and his father, Tom Sauber, who is a nationally known old time fiddler and claw hammer banjo player of "Tom, Brad, and Alice." Patrick plays mandolin for "The Old #7."

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Tamara Turner, CD Baby


Yes, we all know that Bluegrass music is coming back in style; it's practically the new musical fad, thanks to "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" So like most things that become suddenly popular among the mainstream public, suddenly in 35 different flavors (artificial coloring included) it can be hard to tell what's "pure" through and through. Well, look no further. This sizzling Appalachian Bluegrass, is the very same music played by The Stanley Brothers, Jimmy Martin, and Larry Sparks. And with those good ol' achin' vocal harmonies, perky pickin' and some electrifyin' fiddling, this is an album that brings it all back home to the roots.
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CD Baby


Yes, we all know that Bluegrass music is coming back in style; it's practically the new musical fad, thanks to "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" So like most things that become suddenly popular among the mainstream public, suddenly in 35 different flavors (artificial coloring included) it can be hard to tell what's "pure" through and through. Well, look no further. This sizzling Appalachian Bluegrass, is the very same music played by The Stanley Brothers, Jimmy Martin, and Larry Sparks. And with those good ol' achin' vocal harmonies, perky pickin' and some electrifyin' fiddling, this is an album that brings it all back home to the roots.
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Alisa with Morgan Guitars Inc.

We love you guys.
We just heard this CD. We will tell everyone about it. Great job.
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Marija Bilic

Great
Great, honest, real bluegrass with one masterpiece gem (title song), Recording & pressing quality good.
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Bud Midgett

Cliff Wagner - Take me back to the delta
This is an excellent CD with original music. The picking is crisp and the vocals flowing. "Little White Chapel", "East Virginia" and Take me Back To the Delta" are great songs and worth the cost of this CD alone.
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Laurel Soto

TAKE ME BACK TO THE DELTA
EXCELLENT
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Dounaevsky Oleg

fine music
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Zach Miracle

Great old time music
Excellent musicianship and poignant lyrics. Highlights are the title track and "Little White Chapel." I only wish the vocal track had been a little louder and cleaner on the recording, but all in all, this is an outstanding addition to any blugrass fan's collection.
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