Posted by marsan29
- Play count: 165
Size: 2,671kb, uploaded 9/14/2007 6:18:17 AM
Genre: Unknown/None Chosen / Playing Style: Other
This is an original song by Seattle's Pete Martin. A top notch mandolin and fiddle player. We were playing in the Seattle based band The Skyline Drifters. Recorded in approx 1984. The players on this instrumental are Pete Martin on mandolin and harmony mandolin on his second break, Jane Barwell on lead flat picking guitar, Julie (Jo) Miller on rhythm guitar, Greg Glassman on fretless bass, and me on my Vega Earl Scruggs Model Banjo. I think the banjo sounds a little dull tone wise in this recording but I was very proud of what I thought was a pretty innovative banjo break for the time. This was transferred from a warped vinyl record to digital and then to mp3 so there is some hum. Sorry
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 @5:28:13 PM
Really nice banjo work..It has that early Newgrass Revival sound..Nice song...
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