Peter Rowan | Reggaebilly

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by Peter Rowan

The amazing blend of reggae and bluegrass music.
Genre: World: Reggae
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Pulling the Devil By the Tail
3:22 album only
2. Little Maggie*
4:39 album only
3. Angel Island
5:10 album only
4. I Don't Want to Live Without Your Love
4:28 album only
5. The Cuckoo Bird*
4:10 album only
6. Blue Mountain (every Man)
4:46 album only
7. Sky Dancer
5:02 album only
8. Vulture Peak (form and Emptiness)
4:54 album only
9. Fetch Wood Carry Water
5:16 album only
10. Fetch Wood Carry Water Dub Version
5:15 album only


Album Notes
Reggaebilly by Peter Rowan is an original and surprising blending of Reggae and Bluegrass.

From Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Boys, to Earth Opera with David Grisman, to Seatrain, then Old & In The Way (with David Grisman & Jerry Garcia) and recordings with his brothers in The Rowan Brothers, Peter continues to release extraordinary recordings in a wide range of styles: Bluegrass, folk, world and more.

As with " Awake Me In the New World" Peter Rowan's Reggaebilly renews his quest to stretch the boundaries of musical style.

An impressive array of Jamaican and Bluegrass musicians contributes to this album including; "Chinna" Smith on guitar, "Squidley" Cole on drums, Nashville's top session guitarist Jerry Douglas on dobro and lap steel guitar, Eddie Adcock on banjo, and Stuart Duncan on fiddle.



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