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the world needs more hartford!!!


URL icon « on: March 03, 2007, 11:23:58 AM »

http://www.mediafire.com/?0naiqrmzjqq  <--link to download

New Grange 02/24/01
First Baptist Church, Wintergrass Bluegrass Fest., Tacoma, WA

Late Show

1. Intro/Coal Burning Grease Fire (5:50)
2. Blue Moon of Kentucky (4:58)
3. While Roving on a Winter's Night (5:56)
4. Round Trip (8:56)
5. Stone Coal West Virginia (7:39)
6. Shoot The Moon (6:24)
7. Greensleeves (7:11)
8. Leaving Cottondale (3:38)
9. Everybody's Talkin' (6:00)
10. Rock In A Weary Land (6:26)
11. Encore Intro (1:20)
12. Blue Night (7:21)
13. Nine Pound Hammer (7:30)

Darol Anger
Mike Marshall
Tim O'Brien
Allison Brown
Todd Phillips
Philip Aaberg

New Grange started out as a holiday project by fiddler Darol Anger and mandolin/guitarist Mike Marshall. The two decided to pull together a group of friends, record a Christmas album, and do a quick tour. Originally called the Heritage Band, Anger and Marshall recruited O'Brien and Brown, bassist Todd Phillips and Philip Aaberg on piano.


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URL icon « Reply #1 on: December 25, 2015, 10:18:01 AM »

Just found this collaboration by creating a Pandora Christmas channel...their work together is outstanding, and wonder if we couldn't encourage a New Grange set at RG this coming year?  Mike Marshall has been missed, anyway :O)

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