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Monroe's Hornpipe

by Mason Williams

Twin mandolin version of Bill Monroe's classic hornpipe played by Byron Berline & Jerry Mills, backed by Mason Williams & friends.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Monroe's Hornpipe (feat. Byron Berline, Jerry Mills, John Hickman, Rick Cunha, Don Whaley & Hal Blaine)
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On a Bluegrass cake, twin fiddles or twin mandolins is the ultimate icing. Byron Berline & Jerry Mills serve up a tasty duet on this one.

Monroes Hornpipe was recorded by Bill Monroe in 1958 and while it had been part of Monroe's set list for quite a while, it did not appear on any of his recordings until "Bluegrass Instrumentals" in 1965.

The musicians:
Mason Williams – rhythm guitar
Byron Berline – fiddle
Rick Cunha – lead electric guitar
Jerry Mills – mandolin
John Hickman – 5-string Banjo
Don Whaley – Bass
Hal Blaine – Drums

Recorded in the fall of 1984 at Ed Boutwell’s recording studio in Burmingham, Alabama.



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