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The Lost Coast - Bluegrass Dobro

by Ivan Rosenberg

Free Dobro Tablature for this CD. Acclaimed Bluegrass Dobro (resonator guitar) album by Ivan Rosenberg featuring some of the West Coast's best acoustic musicians.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Camp Rude Stumble
2:52 $0.99
2. Eel River
3:04 $0.99
3. Carbon County Coal
3:29 $0.99
4. The Lost Coast
3:14 $0.99
5. The Hardest Lesson
3:03 $0.99
6. Lolo Trace
2:03 $0.99
7. Wildwood Ramble
4:41 $0.99
8. Goodbye Liza Jane
2:57 $0.99
9. Dead Horse Blues
3:39 $0.99
10. The Roscoe Special
3:06 $0.99
11. Dry Lagoon
2:47 $0.99
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Album Notes
***Free Dobro Tablature for this CD at www.ivanrosenberg.com. Download the album now, and then go to Ivan's website to start learning all the tricks of modern Dobro playing today!***

***This album is out of print and permanently out of stock, but it's still available as a digital download here as well as iTunes and Amazon.com.***

Since releasing his first solo album in 2001, Ivan Rosenberg has gained a dedicated following for his independently-produced ‘boutique’ recordings of melodic, expressive acoustic music on Dobro and clawhammer banjo. Millions have heard his original songs in the background of over 300 television programs and films including The Daily Show, Oprah, Call of the Wildman, History Detectives, HBO's Making Deadwood, the Special Edition DVD of Serenity, and the Hollywood blockbuster Kangaroo Jack. In recent years, he earned an IBMA Award for co-writing the 2009 Song of the Year; played on the CD Southern Filibuster: A Tribute to Tut Taylor (produced by Grammy winner and Dobro legend Jerry Douglas); engineered and co-produced recordings for some of the most original voices in west coast roots music (Pharis and Jason Romero, John Reischman, The Breakmen, Kevin Brown, Evie Ladin Band, and more); and performed throughout North America with musicians such as Chris Coole and Chris Jones. Ivan is also in high demand as an instructor, having taught a combined 40 weeks at music workshops such as Steve Kaufman's Acoustic Kamp, The California Bluegrass Association Music Camp, 108 Mile Cabin Fever Bluegrass Workshop, NBCMS Acoustic Music Workshop, the British Columbia Bluegrass Workshop, SoreFingers, the Grand Targhee Music Camp, and others.



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Bluegrass Unlimited

A very nice CD with subtle, melodic playing from a promising new resonator guita
. . . The rhythm is forceful and popping when need be, drifting when that is more appropriate. The transitions are smooth, and the solos are well-considered and stay close to the melody . . . .

Among the nine original instrumentals and two vocal covers, several rise above the rest. The first is the opening cut, "Camp Rude Stumble," which sets the tone for much of the album with its somewhat relaxed-but-insistent mid-tempo bounce. Rosenberg's resonator work immediately reveals a mellow, woodier, percussive approach, one he sustains through most of the record. It reminded me of Junior Barber, not so much lick-wise but for the laid-back tone. Don't think that means he lacks drive. There is plenty. It's just subtle. Fiddler Jason Mowery contributes a nicely fluid solo. "Carbon County Coal," the third cut, takes the tempo up a notch. On this one, the resonator is a bit more metallic and demanding. This provides a nice contrast. Also adding a nice contrast is the fifth cut, "The Hardest Lesson," a lovely vocal featuring Julie Elkins of Kane's River. The other standout, "Lolo Trace," is also something of a contrast. Backed with the guitar of Eric Uglum, Rosenberg puts down his resonator and picks up the bass and clawhammer banjo for an all-too-brief piece that fades away as though the two moved together through the Lolo Pass in the Rockies and were disappearing down the other side.

A record and musician that show great promise.

County Sales

Enjoyable original dobro music with solid bluegrass back-up.
IR-CD-01 IVAN ROSENBERG "The Lost Coast" An enjoyable and pleasant 11-tune program that features the dobro playing of Rosenberg with solid Bluegrass backing by various pickers. Among these are the fine singer & banjoist Julie Elkins(now with Kane’s River), who contributes the vocal to THE HARDEST LESSON, perhaps the nicest cut on the album. Also heard here are Ben Winship, Eric
Uglum and John Lowell. Most of the tunes are Rosenberg originals. Nice job on CARBON COUNTY COAL, EEL RIVER, CAMP RUDE STUMBLE, WILDWOOD RAMBLE, GOODBYE LIZA JANE, etc.

Americana Connect.com

Delightful original bluegrass dobro music.

The Lost Coast is the debut album for a very talented bunch of West Coast musicians led by Ivan Rosenberg on his resophonic guitar. Also, nine of the eleven songs on this CD were written by Ivan - quite a talent! We think you will agree, this is a group we need to watch closely -- hopefully, they will cut another album in the very near future. Listen and see if you enjoy their music as much as we do -- as we play a little for you -- the title cut, "The Lost Coast", "The Hardest Lesson" with vocal by Julie Elkins and "Lolo Trace" a delightful number featuring Ivan Rosenberg on clawhammer banjo. Enjoy!


The best bluegrass going !
This is the best bluegrass music that money can buy! I loaned this one to a good friend & she just has to have one too. I think I know what will be under her tree for Christmas!

garageband.com user

Now this is some great bluegrass
Love this tune. I've been trying to think of some kind of constructive criticism and can't think of a thing. I love the guitar, love the fiddle, love the mandolin...what more can I say? The melody is catchy, the intro sets the mood, the progression of the song is excellent, the exit is smooth. Very nice!

garageband.com user

Acoustic fineness
These are very professional players. And they are killer.

ldlAkasha , garageband.com user

I'm totally dumbfounded -- this is the best thing I've ever heard on garageband. You're amazing! I see why people have been known to associate stringed instruments (esp. fiddle, but banjo too) with the devil -- they sure can bring out a lot of emotion. Excellent; really tight; never monotonous at all -- quite an achievement!

Carlsch from Milan, Lombardy, Italy, garageband.com user

Yee Haw!!!
Fucking awesome - this rocks! Great picking and one of the best things I've heard on garageband - real instruments, what a concept. That fiddle player burns and the banjo is mighty as is the guitar. I'll give it a 6.

Charlie Amos, Ozark Mountain Airwaves

A grand assortment of tunes that leads the way for future Dobro players.
From the artwork on the CD cover to the music that follows, Ivan Rosenberg's debut Dobro CD is a grand assortment of mostly original material that follows none, but leads the way for future Dobro players. With a great variety of tunes from the opening "Camp Rude Stumble" to the finale "Dry Lagoon," along with a group of top-notch bluegrass musicians that lend their talents, The Lost Coast could easily wear out your CD player.