Danny Barnes | Stove Up

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Stove Up

by Danny Barnes

Danny Barnes has released his first banjo-centered acoustic bluegrass recording with some of the heaviest hitters in bluegrass. produced by Nick Forster of Hot Rize and eTown, with Mike Bub, Jason Carter, and Chris Henry.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Isotope 709
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2. Black Diamond
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3. Factory Girl
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4. John Hardy
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5. Rockwood Deer Chase
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6. Blue Ridge Express
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7. Steel Guitar Rag
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8. Charlie
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9. Bill Cheatum
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10. Eight More Miles to Louisville
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11. Farewell Blues
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12. Fireball
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13. Get It While You Can
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14. Flint Hill Special
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15. Ole Liza Jane
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16. Paddy on the Turnpike
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17. Foggy Mountain Special
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Like Superman squeezing a lump of coal, Danny Barnes can transform crumbling musical remnants into cutting edge innovations, but avid fans have long known that Barnyard Electronics’ chief engineer has some serious traditional banjo chops.
Happily, with Stove Up, our five-string hero steps out of the lab and into the sunlight where his pre-war Gibson can really shine.
Producer guitarist Nick Forster wisely loosens the reins and lets his pack of thoroughbreds set a fast pace around the bluegrass track.
Mandolinist Chris Henry, with his bone-dry tone and expanded traditional approach, is a particularly inspired foil to Barnes.
Along with Forster, much decorated fiddler Jason Carter, and everyone’s favorite bassist, Mike Bub, they cut through some beautiful territory, including two of Don Stover’s compositions—Black Diamond, and Rockwood Deer Chase. Three vocal tracks peek through the instrumentals and give new listeners a look into the quirky mind of Barnes.
These are live and lively performances where you can almost hear the musicians smile.
TIM O’BRIEN

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