DGQ-20 - David Grisman Quintet
Track Listing
  1. Introductions
  2. Cedar Hill
  3. Theme from Capone
  4. Dawg Patch
  5. Spain
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  1. Introductions
  2. Cedar Hill
  3. Theme from Capone
  4. Dawg Patch
  5. Spain
  6. Shasta Bull
  7. Tipsy Gipsy
  8. Waiting on Vassar
  9. Key Signator
  10. Dawgma
  11. Swing '39
  12. Ricochet
  13. Pickin' in the Wind
  14. Because
  15. Flatbush Waltz/Opus 57
  16. Albuquerque Turkey
  17. Mondo Mando
  18. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
  19. Dawg Funk
  20. Dawggy Mountain Breakdown
  21. Free Dawg Night
  22. Syeeda's Song Flute
  23. Lonesome Moonlight Waltz
  24. Steppin' With Stephane
  25. Newmonia
  26. Prelude in C Minor
  27. Latin Lover
  28. Sativa
  29. Svingin' With Svend
  30. Opus 38
  31. Telluride
  32. E.M.D.
  33. Blue Midnight
  34. Jazzin' With Jazzbeaux
  35. Rattlesnake
  36. Dawgnation
  37. 16/16
  38. Dawgology
  39. Shalom Aleichem
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Back in 1976, mandolinist David Grisman was one of the pioneers of what would come to be called "new acoustic music," a groovy, swinging fusion of bluegrass, hot jazz, and pop played primarily by young virtuosos from California. It was a scene that gave rise to such giants as Tony Rice, Bela Fleck, Sam Bush, and Mark O'Connor, and brought established artists like fiddler Vassar Clements and French jazz violinist Stephane Grappelli to new prominence. But David Grisman's mandolin was the signature sound of the genre, and ...

DGQ-20 1996, Acoustic Disc

UPC: 715949102028

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