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Walk Right Back - John Sebastian & David Grisman - Satisfied (CD, Album)

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  1. Gahn
    07.08.2019
    John Sebastian and David Grisman first ran into each other in the early ’60s, when Greenwich Village’s Washington Square Park was the epicenter of the national Folk Boom. They were both recruited by guitarist Stefan Grossman for a recording project to be dubbed The Even Dozen Jug Band – in hindsight, somewhat of a supergroup, featuring.

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  2. Sashicage
    07.08.2019
    I'm satisfied --Strings of your heart --EMD --Deep purple --John Henry --Walk right back --Passing fantasy --Coffee blues --Dawg's waltz --Lonely one in this town --It's not time now --Harmandola blues --Coconut grove --Jug band waltz. Responsibility: John Sebastian & David Grisman.

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  3. Mooguzragore
    05.08.2019
    Oct 31,  · The newest release from David Grisman’s Acoustic Disc label is a duo project featuring he and John Sebastian. Entitled Satisfied, it features these two on acoustic guitar, mandolin family instruments and harmonica on a mixed set of songs and tunes. The 14 selections are taken from the repertoire of blues, folk and traditional music, plus a couple of Dawg tunes and a few from the great.

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  4. Arashiktilar
    07.08.2019
    Since acoustic and roots music have always formed the base of their respective musics, it seems natural for John Sebastian and David Grisman to cut an album for Acoustic Disc (Grisman's label). The pairing is similar to that of Dylan and Happy Traum way back in for several nice acoustic duos at the end of Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Vol. /5(9).

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  5. Gujas
    05.08.2019
    Nov 05,  · Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US I'm Satisfied · John Sebastian & David Grisman Satisfied ℗ Acoustic Disc Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  6. Gokora
    30.07.2019
    Nov 06,  · There are moments here worth savoring, such as the gentle, light-hearted reading of Mississippi John Hurt’s “I’m Satisfied” and the slowed-down, grooved-up version of “EMD,” the jazzy newgrass classic that kicked off Grisman’s debut Quintet album. “Walk Right Back,” Sonny Curtis’s country-pop chestnut, is given a delightfully understated instrumental treatment, as is Will Shade’s .

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  7. Kazragul
    03.08.2019
    Since acoustic and roots music have always formed the base of their respective musics, it seems natural for John Sebastian and David Grisman to cut an album for Acoustic Disc (Grisman's label). The pairing is similar to that of Dylan and Happy Traum way back in for several nice acoustic duos at the end of Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2. In both instances, one gains the impression of two .

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  8. Vutaur
    09.08.2019
    The divergent musical paths of John Sebastian and David Grisman began in the same time and place: The New York City folk scene of the early ’60s, where they played together in the Even Dozen Jug.

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  9. Dusar
    07.08.2019
    The set list featured a large chunk of songs from the pair’s album Satisfied, including covers of Mississippi John Hurt (“Coffee Blues”) and the Everly Brothers (an angelic, instrumental “Walk Right Back”). Sebastian and Grisman exhibited immediate chemistry on familiar tunes, their eyes locked together in a musical staring contest.

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