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Lefty's Old Guitar

by J.D. Crowe

Lefty's Old Guitar by J.D. Crowe

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Lefty's Old Guitar

by J.D. Crowe

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Label: New Rounder
Back in the 1940s when many a mountain folk stilled moonshine and danced the night away in wooden clogs, it was thought that those who picked bluegrass this well made a deal with the devil. Truth be told, J.D. Crowe has been performing this material for five years before recording it, so factor in half a decade of practicing, performing and honing these sweet mountain songs and you need not worry about anyone having to sign parchment in their own blood. With airtight harmonies, lazy pedal steel, and warm tones, this album sounds as rich as Cliff Waldron's take on "Close The Door Lightly When You Go."

About This Album

Back in the 1940s when many a mountain folk stilled moonshine and danced the night away in wooden clogs, it was thought that those who picked bluegrass this well made a deal with the devil. Truth be told, J.D. Crowe has been performing this material for five years before recording it, so factor in half a decade of practicing, performing and honing these sweet mountain songs and you need not worry about anyone having to sign parchment in their own blood. With airtight harmonies, lazy pedal steel, and warm tones, this album sounds as rich as Cliff Waldron's take on "Close The Door Lightly When You Go."

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About This Album

Back in the 1940s when many a mountain folk stilled moonshine and danced the night away in wooden clogs, it was thought that those who picked bluegrass this well made a deal with the devil. Truth be told, J.D. Crowe has been performing this material for five years before recording it, so factor in half a decade of practicing, performing and honing these sweet mountain songs and you need not worry about anyone having to sign parchment in their own blood. With airtight harmonies, lazy pedal steel, and warm tones, this album sounds as rich as Cliff Waldron's take on "Close The Door Lightly When You Go."