Posted by Bob Frost, written by Jeff Lind
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Door on Daniel Street refers to the Press Room pub in Portsmouth where the band grew from a weekly session. From the liner notes on our first CD Album, Instrumental Music in the Celtic Tradition: "Door on Daniel Street was written for the band. This piece, composed and arranged by bassist Lind, is a masterful blend of Celtic progressions interwoven with those of jazz." What the liner notes don't mention is the 5/4 time signature of the tune. The Angel Band at the time: Sam Goodall, fiddle; Jeff Lind, bass; Bob Frost, banjo; Emery Hutchins, concertina & bodhran; David Behm, guitar; Mary Paul, harp; Mark Rockwood, mandolin; Bob Paul, hammered dulcimer. Copyright © and Performance Right p 1997 The Angel Band. All rights reserved. Banjo in G-Tuning, three finger style.
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