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Ernie Hawkins | Monongahela Rye

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Monongahela Rye

by Ernie Hawkins

Ernie Hawkins 2014 Release: Early Jazz and Americana music with a few imaginative originals that pay homage to both acoustic guitar players of the past and the Monongahela Region. Finger-picked Piedmont guitar with tuba, trombone, harmonica and clarinet.
Genre: Blues: Finger-Picked Guitar
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1. Monongahela Rye (feat. Marc Reisman)
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2. Too Tight
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3. Hesitation Blues (feat. Joe Dallas)
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4. Catfish
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5. Monongahela Blues (feat. Joe Dallas, Roger Day & Paul Consentino)
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6. Monongahela River Waltz (feat. Paul Consentino, Joe Dallas, Roger Day & Jim Barr)
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7. Sweethearts On Parade (feat. Roger Day, Paul Consentino & Joe Dallas)
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8. Carolina Shout (feat. Paul Consentino)
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9. Red Red Robin (feat. George Heid, Paul Consentino & Joe Dallas)
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10. State and Madison
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11. Rockin' Chair (feat. Paul Consentino & Joe Dallas)
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12. Stovepipe Stomp (feat. George Heid & Marc Reisman)
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13. What a Wonderful World (feat. Joe Dallas & Roger Day)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'Monongahela Rye', Ernie Hawkins' 2014 follow up to 'Whinin' Boy', is another wonderful collection from a brilliant artist that spans both eras and composition. From his delightful finger-picked solos, to beautifully crafted duets, to dixieland style quintet pieces - this CD speaks straight to the heart.

As Hawkins implores the listener in 'Monongahela Blues' - "Monongahela, Allegheny, Ohio -- to the Mississippi, don't you wanna go? Down to New Orleans -- we'll do our best to lose, a couple hard cases of these Monongahela Blues". You'll definitely want to take this journey and lose your blues with Ernie Hawkins and maybe a little bit of "Monongahela Rye".

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