Steve Baughman | O'er Quiet Lands Suspended

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O'er Quiet Lands Suspended

by Steve Baughman

Unaccompanied and unadulterated clawhammer banjo (mainly fretless). Old-time, Hungarian, German, Chinese, French and Celtic. Both wild and mellow.
Genre: Folk: Appalachian Folk
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1. Mondnacht
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2. Briar Picker Brown
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3. Bony Crossing the Alps (Banjo Version)
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4. Monroe
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5. Morgan Megan
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6. Brushy Fork of John's Creek
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7. Peach Bottom Blues
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8. Bonnie Prince Charlie
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9. Suzhou Sisters
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10. Battle in the Horseshoe
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11. In the Csitari Mountain Foothills
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12. Pay Day
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13. Sally in the Garden
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14. Protect the Innocent
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15. Breton Set
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16. General Sven Stoner (Of Sweden)'s Final March to the Sea
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17. Farewell! but Whenever You Welcome the Hour
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The 5-string banjo as complete in itself! Steve Baughman takes the clawhammer banjo on a journey to places it rarely goes, while never straying far from the authentic "bum-ditty" pattern of old-time American music. This is an album of clawhammer banjo solos, with Steve singing on three tracks. He is accompanied by the Indian tanpura on two tracks and the Chinese erhu on one. Of the seventeen tracks, twelve are played on fretless banjos, two of which are gourd banjos. This album is not just for banjo officionados. Its diverse textures and rhythms make it good listening for anyone with broad musical tastes.

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