Hi, I live in Australia and am looking for help from folks in America the home of the Banjo. I am trying to work out just what the banjo player is doing to get such a beautiful sound with his accompaniment on the song, "Train of Yesterday by Nashville Bluegrass Band". My name is above but I better do it again here It's, Derek (John) Clarke and I am a member. If anyone can help I would be very grateful. Thanks
Edited by - Texasbanjo on 11/19/2019 04:41:05
I'm assuming your talking about this.
What part of the song?
Edited by - OldNavyGuy on 11/19/2019 00:12:58
I have deleted your e-mail account from the subject line. It's not a good idea to post that kind of information. If members wish to contact you, they can use the PM (Private message) function.
I don't know what "beautiful sound" you're referring to on this recording, but when I just listened to that song,
I hear a lot of Jerry Douglas dobro playing on it. Douglas doesn't normally play with Nashville Bluegrass Band but
I see he's on this album. Do you recognize the difference between banjo sound and dobro sound?
'[FF] Curried Nuts' 7 min
'WTB Calton Banjo Case' 2 hrs