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Rod Durst | Five String Reflections

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Five String Reflections

by Rod Durst

Original songs on the five string banjo in three finger style.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Audrey Lynn
2:44 album only
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2. Go Bailey Jo
3:01 album only
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3. Merry Christmas
2:57 album only
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4. Butterfly Gal
3:16 album only
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5. Hi Sierra!
2:20 album only
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6. Blue Eyed Texas Lady
3:05 album only
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7. Caleb's Tune
3:35 album only
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8. Banjo Hymn
2:38 album only
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9. Sea Miner
3:06 album only
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10. Way Down in Texas
2:25 album only
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11. Teal Lake
2:31 album only
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12. The Say Hey Kid
3:03 album only
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13. The Chase
2:49 album only
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14. Don't Wake the Baby With the Banjo
3:08 album only
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15. Bee Line Breakdown
2:57 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Fifteen tunes that I've found rolling around my head in the last 20 years since I started playing the Five String banjo.
I'm Rod Durst from northeast Kansas,I've been listening and playing music as long as I can remember.We have a long family tradition of music,going back to my great grandfather,who was a fine fiddler,so they say.
Many of these tunes are named after my wife and grandkids,and there's a little story about each one in the liner notes about how they came to be.
My son Ryan plays guitar and bass on this project.Stan D'Aubin does a stellar job on the mandolin as well as guitar on a couple tracks.Band mates John Keim and Joe McElroy play on track ten,fiddle and mandolin respectively.
A big thank you to Jim and Pam Bunch of Palm recordings in Rogers Arkansas for making this project happen.
enjoy,
Rod

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