The Seldom Scene is an American bluegrass band that formed in 1971 in Bethesda, Maryland. The Seldom Scene was established in 1971, and they would practice in the banjo player's basement. These practice sessions included John Starling on guitar and lead vocals, Mike Auldridge on Dobro and baritone vocals, and former Country Gentlemen member Tom Gray on bass.
Act 4 is an album by the progressive bluegrass Maryland band The Seldom Scene, the first record under Sugar Hill Records and with a new lead singer/guitarist, Phil Rosenthal. He replaced John Starling, who left to concentrate on his career.
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Listening to The New Seldom Scene Album in 1976, it seemed clear that the original lineup of the band was running out of ideas. By Act Four in 1979, lead guitarist/singer John Starling had been replaced by Phil Rosenthal, and the Seldom Scene had moved from Rebel to Sugar Hill. The band still possessed all of the qualities that had made it one of the top bluegrass bands of the '70s: great vocals (Rosenthal and John Duffey); high-flying harmony; jazzy guitar, banjo, Dobro, and mandolin; and a solid song selection.
Album (Land of the Lost). Album (disambiguation). Securities Act of 1933. The Seldom Scene is an American bluegrass band formed in 1971 in Bethesda, Maryland. The band formed out of the weekly jam sessions in the basement of banjo player Ben Eldridge. These sessions included John Starling on guitar and lead vocals, Mike Auldridge on Dobro and baritone vocals, and Tom Gray on bass. Then mandolinist John Duffey, who had previously played with the Country Gentlemen, was invited to the jam sessions at the time when Auldridge arranged for the group to play as a performing band.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by The Seldom Scene. was covered in. Chim-Chim-Cher-Ee by Bruce Molsky (2018). is a cover of. Chim Chim Cheree by Dick Van Dyke, Julie Andrews, Karen Dotrice and Matthew Garber (1964).
|A1||Something In The Wind||3:12|
|A2||Girl In The Night||3:48|
|A3||Ride Me Down Easy||2:23|
|A6||Life Is Like A Mountain Railway||3:32|
|B1||I Don't Know You||2:37|
|B3||San Antonio Rose||2:27|
|B4||Daddy Was A Railroad Man||2:28|
|B5||Walking The Blues||3:57|
|B6||This Weary Heart You Stole Away||2:37|
- 5-String Banjo – Ben Eldridge
- Bass – Tom Gray
- Dobro – Mike Auldridge
- Guitar – John Duffey, Phil Rosenthal
- Mandolin – John Duffey
- Pedal Steel Guitar – Mike Auldridge
- Vocals – John Duffey, Mike Auldridge, Phil Rosenthal, Tom Gray
|SHCD-3709||The Seldom Scene||Act Four (CD, Album)||Sugar Hill Records||SHCD-3709||US||1995|
|SH-C-3709, SH-3709||The Seldom Scene||Act Four (Cass, Album)||Sugar Hill Records , Sugar Hill Records||SH-C-3709, SH-3709||US||1979|
|SH-3709||The Seldom Scene||Act Four (LP, Album, RE)||Sugar Hill Records||SH-3709||US||1979|