Caras Way/ (The Little People) - Alison Brown - Look Left (CD, Album)
Label: Vanguard - 79477 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Bluegrass
Look Left was written as an experiment, bringing the banjo into new musical environments, so Brown 's whimsical style hurdling isn't really out of place. On the contrary, it's handled with an unforced grace by all the musicians involved, so nothing ever seems like a bad fit. Wood flute adds real atmosphere to "The Red Earth," while accordion 8/
Look Left. Alison Brown. out of 5 stars On Replay, the genre-bending quartet led by banjo master Alison Brown finds a nice alternative approach, revisiting songs from her six previous albums in two days of informal live-in-the-studio performances. The result is a crisp-sounding and loose-limbed set that showcases both the range of Brown /5(7).
Dynamic, introspective and romantic, The Song of the Banjo is an album for people who didn't know they liked the banjo. For banjo lovers, Alison's new album rekindles that affair. For banjo lovers, Alison's new album rekindles that affair.
She was also an excellent student, and temporarily left music to attend Harvard University; following graduation, she worked as an investment banker for a couple of years, but quit to pursue music. Brown gained her first wide exposure as a member of Alison Krauss' Union Station, covering the banjo slot from Krauss' debut album through
Alison Brown doesn’t play the banjo. Alison Brown plays music on the banjo. In the instrumental food chain, the five-string banjo is one of the more dominant beasts: loud, brash and very hard to tame. In , Earl Scruggs made the biggest leap in harnessing its raw power, bringing a revolutionary precision of touch and Continued.
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