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8 thoughts on “ Little Georgia Rose - The Seldom Scene - Act 3 (CD, Album)

  1. Act I is the first album by the progressive bluegrass band The Seldom Scene. It is regarded one of the best and most influential albums ever recorded in the genre. It is regarded one of the best and most influential albums ever recorded in the genre.
  2. Check out My Little Georgia Rose by The Seldom Scene on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on moisleephapporecarousjingbehensimi.coinfo
  3. Little Georgia Rose Banjo – Ben Eldridge Baritone Vocals, Dobro – Mike Auldridge Bass – Tom Gray (3) Lead Vocals [High], Mandolin – John Duffey Tenor Vocals [Low], Guitar – John Starling Written-By – Monroe* 3: Another Lonesome Day.
  4. Jul 15,  · By the time the Seldom Scene had recorded its first album in , Act I, the band's essential elements were fully operational. John Starling's rich lead vocals, John Duffy's higher lead, and Mike Auldridge's dobro gave the band a distinct sound, while Ben Eldridge's banjo work, Duffy's fancy mandolin licks, and Tom Gray's acoustic bass reminded doubters that the band, despite its .
  5. About File Formats. MP3 is a digital audio format without digital rights management (DRM) technology. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod!
  6. My little georgia rose Lyrics: Now come and listen to my story / A story that I know is true / A little rose that bloomed in Georgia / With hair of gold and a heart so true / Way down in the blue.
  7. Seldom Scene is the premier bluegrass group. Their craftmanship is almost on another planet. This album/CD turned me on to bluegrass music. Little Georgia Rose and Another Lonesome Day are great tunes played by great musicans. 'Dead fans will like Seldom Scene's version of Rider. Overall a great CD.5/5(12).
  8. ‎Since their inception in , the Seldom Scene have thrived on playing bluegrass a little differently than everyone else. If other bands used a fiddler, the Seldom Scene used a Dobro; if others relied on old standards, the Seldom Scene played rock classics like J.J. Cale's "After Midnight." Through. Available with an Apple Music subscription.

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