Lydia Sylvia | Chasing the Ghost

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Chasing the Ghost

by Lydia Sylvia

Traditional Old Time, Appalachian, Folk and Blues tunes artfully displaying the many styles of banjo music with performances that will appeal to any music lover - not just "folk" fans.
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
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1. Undone in Sorrow
2:56 album only
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2. Dark Holler Blues
2:19 album only
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3. Liza Jane (feat. Dirk Powell)
2:03 album only
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4. Jo Bones (feat. Claude Martin)
3:38 album only
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5. Fisher's Hornpipe / Barlow Knife
3:51 album only
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6. Strawberry Blues
3:10 album only
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7. Lonesome Road Blues (feat. Dirk Powell)
2:41 album only
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8. Three A.M.
4:15 album only
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9. A Song for You
5:14 album only
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10. Cherry River Line
2:34 album only
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11. Hobo Blues
2:08 album only
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12. C and O Train
3:04 album only
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13. Twin Sisters
1:42 album only
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14. Walkin' in the Parlor / Cranberry Rock / Jake Gilly
5:07 album only
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15. Hillsville John Henry
2:10 album only

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Album Notes
Traditional Old Time, Appalachian, Folk and Blues tunes all arranged and performed by Lydia Sylvia richly supported by an impressive array of well known, accomplished musicians from across the Traditional and Folk Music spectrums. This album artfully displays the many and sometimes overlooked styles and aspects of the banjo as a lead instrument. While this album makes a great stepping stone for a listener who is on their first foray into the folk or banjo genre its diversity and richness reveal a wealth of knowledge and expertise that will impress even the most knowledgeable traditional music connoisseur.

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