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Bobby Osborne is known primarily for his collaborations with his brother Sonny Osborne in their band The Osborne Brothers. He was born December 7, 1931 in Hyden, Kentucky. In Groups: "Bluegrass Mandolin Extravaganza" Ensemble, Bobby Osborne & The Rocky Top X-Press, The Osborne Brothers. Variations: Viewing All Bobby Osborne. Bobby & Jesse - Masters Of The Mandolin (CD, Album).
Mandolin player born July 9, 1929 in Couburn (VA, USA). He is a innovator of the bluegrass music due his crosspicking and split-string style. In 1947 he formed the bluegrass band Jim And Jesse together with his brother Jim McReynolds. He still is performing 60 to 70 shows a year. In Groups: "Bluegrass Mandolin Extravaganza" Ensemble, Jesse McReynolds & Friends, Jim & Jesse, Jim & Jesse And The Virginia Boys, The Masters (19).
Bobby & Jesse Masters of the Mandolin (Pinecastle) By: Alex Steininger The album is appropriately titled Masters of the Mandolin. Though I like my mandolin playing slower and icier, adding a chilling tone to the songs rather than an uplifting, bouncy touch, Bobby & Jesse play with so much fire and drive you can't help but feel what they're feeling. And, after all, isn't that what music is all about? I'll give it a B-. Bob Schneider: Lonelyland
Masters of the Mandolin. Bobby Osborne and Jesse McReynolds. Songs of the Grateful Dead: A Tribute to Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter. The album info comes from ww. imandjesse. Retrieved October 31, 2015. Statman reports this as having been recorded in 1975. The liner notes of "The Old Dominion Masters" reports 1974. a b c d e f g Liner notes for "Old Dominion Masters," 4 album set released by Old Dominion and Pinecastle Records in 1999
BOBBY is the debut studio album by the band of the same name, released in 2011 on Partisan Records. Consequence of Sound said of the album, "Its delicate balance between calm and eerie provides a nice escape from the drums, guitar, and bass formula, assuring that BOBBY’s atypical sound will reserve a place for the group among their peers at the synth-folk table for some time to come.
All these masters are amazing, and all mandolin players need to hear their music. Bill Monroe (1911–1996). Bill Monroe - the father of bluegrass - didn’t only play the mandolin with an energy that’s rarely been duplicated, but he also invented an entire musical genre. He’s done more for the promotion of the mandolin than anyone alive today. Jerry Garcia (of the Grateful Dead) gave David his nickname Dawg in the early 1970s. In 1975, the David Grisman Quintet (DGQ) released its self-titled album of what was to become known as Dawg music: a complex blend of bluegrass, swing, jazz, gypsy, and Latin, becoming its own unique hybrid. David Grisman has also produced many albums and CDs. In 1990, he founded the Acoustic Disc label, a boutique CD label specializing in acoustic string music.
This album has that timeliness appeal. It features the chart-buster in the mid-tempo number "Woman's Gotta Have I. It was a number one single on the Billboard R&B charts. In addition to the aforementioned song, Womack also features a host of other granite numbers like "Ruby Dean" and "I Can Understand I. The latter, penned by Womack, was also covered by New Birth. Both versions are excellent
Bobby becomes obsessed with Jesse James. Mike and Carol don't approve of his new hero, and try to find a way to convince him that James was nothing but a "mean, dirty killer. Mr. Hillary, the principal at the elementary school, requests a meeting with Mike and Carol, who suspect that what Mr. Hillary wants to discuss is some bad news concerning one of the kids. Indeed, Mr. Hillary's concern is a composition Bobby wrote on his hero: Jesse James, the outlaw. In addition, Bobby, pretending to be Jesse James, brought a cap gun to school. After Mike and Carol speak to Bobby about the issue, Bobby says that he believes he will grow out of his fascination with Jesse James, but his actions say otherwise. In trying to make Bobby see why Jesse James is not a historical.
|3||East Tennessee Blues||2:30|
|4||The Waltz You Saved For Me||2:42|
|5||Drifting And Dreaming Of You||2:46|
|8||Nearer My God To Thee||2:37|
|12||Goodbye Liza Jane||2:12|
|13||7th Of December||1:14|
|14||Just Wondering Why||3:22|
|15||Cotton Patch Rag||2:43|
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- Recorded At – Hilltop Recording Studios
- Mastered At – Americana Mastering
- Art Direction, Design – Bob Murray
- Coordinator [Project] – Kathy Bowen
- Engineer, Mixed By – Ben Surratt, Steve Chandler
- Executive-Producer – Tom Riggs
- Liner Notes – Butch Baldassari
- Mastered By – John Eberle
- Photography By – Terri Houck
- Producer, Mixed By – Sonny Osborne
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