Posted by Tyler8 on Thursday, June 7, 2007
Last weekend I was at Midwest Banjo Camp I had a great time at the camp. The downside is the 4 hour drive each way.
I listen to Ned on Sirius radio all the way there BUT on the way home on Sunday afternoon it's all gospel until 3pm (i usually leave right after lunch so as to not get home TOO late). Now, gospel music is okay and I can usually take it in small doses but, for me, it gets old pretty fast.
So to make the drive back from MSU to Columbus shorter I always buy 3 or 4 new cds from either the artists or from Elderly and listen to them on the way home.
This year I picked up the CD from Cathy Fink with 20 or so old-time tunes on it, the CD that Mike Sumner assembled from his contest picking days, and "Live from the Ragged Edge" which has Tom Adams and Michael Cleveland just doing a show "fiddle and banjo" style.
All the CDs are excellent and I would recommend them to anyone BUT the Ragged Edge one was beyond fantastic. Great picking, great tune selection, talented performers. I wish I had seen that one live.
Do yourself a favor and order "Live at the Ragged Edge". You won't be disappointed.
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