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by Richie Stearns

An eclectic collection of originals and covers by the famed neo-Primitive banjo player. Guests include Carrie Rodriguez and Dirk Powell.
Genre: World: World Traditions
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1. Oh My Little Darlin’ (feat. Carrie Rodriguez & Dirk Powell)
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2. Train on the Island (feat. Dirk Powell)
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3. Fire Burning (feat. Kim Sherwood-Caso)
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4. Downpressor Man (feat. Kim Sherwood-Caso)
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5. Lone Star State (feat. Carrie Rodriguez & Dirk Powell)
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6. Purple Iris
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7. Baghdad Children (feat. Carrie Rodriguez & Dirk Powell)
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8. You Are My Sunshine (feat. Kim Sherwood-Caso)
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9. I’m So Depressed
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10. More Than the Wind (feat. Carrie Rodriguez & Dirk Powell)
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11. Hurt
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12. He’ll Have To Go (feat. Carrie Rodriguez)
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13. Cold Cold Rain (feat. Kim Sherwood-Caso & Dirk Powell)
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14. Missing
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Richie Stearns has been influenced by just about anything that can be heard and understood as music. He is steeped in the traditions of American old-time music, Appalachian folk, blues, jazz, African, rock, and country music. He has led numerous bands, including The Horse Flies, and Donna the Buffalo. He has played with countless others, and tours with Natalie Merchant. He is a musician's musician.

"Anyone who has played with Richie Stearns will tell you how kind and joyful and honest he is, as a musician and human being. His love for music is infectious," wrote David Gura, an associate editor of Talk of the Nation on National Public Radio. Banjo guru Tony Trischka said that Stearns is "a transcendentally clawhammering force of nature. Richie's music is ladled from deep wells of spirit."

Natalie Merchant wrote, "I have been amazed by Richie Stearn's musicianship. He is so effortlessly able to blend his knowledge of traditional technique and repertoire with contemporary and original material. He explores the versatility of his instrument without fear; the banjo in his hands can become either a hypnotic weapon of propulsion or the source of some of the most soulful and plaintive sounds I have ever heard."

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