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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: Doc Cullis and Ed Brown


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Drone-X - Posted - 03/02/2014:  18:23:46


Do y'all know these players?  



Doc plays with the Dismembered Tennesseans.  I don't know the name of Ed Brown's band.  



i really like the way these old guys play


bsmith_5 - Posted - 03/02/2014:  20:30:21


Ed plays with "The Cumberland Band"


Drone-X - Posted - 03/02/2014:  22:41:26


That's it! Thanks. :)

fgodbey - Posted - 03/03/2014:  07:57:53


Some will remember Ed from his association with Fred Sullivan & the albums they put out as "Brown, Sullivan & Co."  Marvelous examples of melodic twin banjo playing.  Ed used to come up to KY for the Festival of the Bluegrass, but I haven't seen him in years.  It was always fun to pick with him; he could bear down on solid bluegrass just as easily as he could do the intricate things he & Fred recorded on "Magnum Banjos."  Check here for more info on those earlier recordings:



ibiblio.org/hillwilliam/BGdisc..._band=514



--Frank


Jeff Markham - Posted - 03/03/2014:  11:36:16


The Cumberland Band also put out a 4-song recording called "ODE to OME", recorded on Ode F styles.

I got my copy through Fred Sullivan back in 2005.

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