ran across this over on the archive ,a film made in 1967can anyone name any of them
Edited by - Tractor1 on 11/08/2018 20:01:31
Lamar Grier on banjo, Monroe, Gene Lowinger, Pete Roans and James Monroe.
Thanks Dick ,that lamar was lanky
I think the other fiddle player is Buddy Spicher.
Great film but whoever did the film transfer, that warble is horrible.
maybe that was beyond their possibility ,but they still opted to go on, I am ok with that. I am tickled to death with the internet archive vs the no net days.Maybe you could give them some good advice over there.
Lamar Grier, father of David Grier.
Edited by - Dave Nauman on 11/09/2018 13:31:13
Yes, Buddy Spicher without hat.
Guitar player is (spelled) Peter Rowan. Still active, still very creative and an excellent performer.
Yep I loved that muleskinner band and the album he did with Lamar and Tex Logan
Clay, Monroe called Pete "Pete Roans". I prefer it that way. Pete even quotes Monroe that way on his new record "The Light in Carter Stanley's Eyes".
I agree of course the "correct" spelling is Rowan. I'm sticking with Roans. I invite you to join me.
Other Monroeisms I sincerely enjoy: Dale McCoury, Westconsin, Ioway, Newbraska and tremble (tremolo).
Pete Rowan on stage, while telling Monroe stories, always said Monroe referred to him as plural.
Precise old scientist that I am, I probably will stick with "Rowan." But what a wonderful story; thank you for educating me with that nugget!
Edited by - banjo5280 on 11/16/2018 00:28:59
'Morgan O'Kane technique' 54 min
'Nic Jones' 2 hrs
'Banjo Nursery' 2 hrs
'Anadama Bread' 3 hrs